The Coronavirus has impacted almost every single industry, including the Antiques and Vintage industries. Antique Shows and Flea Markets are being cancelled left and right. Social Distancing has caused many retail locations to close their doors, or severely limit operating hours. Now is the PERFECT time to learn to use Social Media to increase awareness of your business, grow your customer base, and make ONLINE sales!
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Hi friend! Like you, I am a really big fan of antiques and collectibles. I have been buying, collecting, and even selling for over 30 years now. Many of my good friends are Antique Dealers, sell at Antique Malls or Antique Shows, or sell Vintage Items or Vintage Collectibles. And one thing I hear over and over again from the entire Antique and Vintage community is this: I KNOW I need to be using Social Media to attract new customers and clients. But I just don’t know HOW.
For those of you selling Antiques or Vintage in “group” settings, like Antique Malls, Antique Shows, or Flea Markets, there’s a common question I am asked frequently. It relates to Social Media Promotion Ideas. Here’s the question: are there some good local marketing ideas for our Antique Mall, Antique Show, or Flea Market? Yes! There are so many amazing Social Media Promotion Ideas! Let’s explore some together!
The #1 Question I get asked ALL the time by Antiques and Vintage Business Owners who want to better utilize Social Media to market their business? “What in the world do I talk about on Social Media?” Le me help you find social media topics and turn your every day work into engaging social media posts!
Just a few short years ago, I had to lean HOW to use Social Media for Business. With no help. With no Marketing background or degree. With no idea what words like algorithm, and feed, and platform, and hashtags really meant. And despite my age, I took a deep breath, smiled, and dug in. Because you know what? None of us are EVER too Old. And, we should NEVER stop learning!