think tank

March 2010
Stitches Magazine;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p19
The article offers information on the suggestions by several decorators in marketing products and services through the social networking sites. The social networking tools mentioned include Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Erich Campbell from Black Duck Inc. cites that it is vital that posts in social networks should be informative and interesting to attract customers. Meanwhile, Deborah Jones from MyEmbroideryMentor.com cites that websites are convenient for decorators to showcase their works.


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