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#1 VTexan

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Posted 28 May 2013 - 07:42 AM

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     In the last window I built for a client I started doing something a bit odd: I started updating my client almost daily with short iphone videos I shot of the window's progress, and posted them on Facebook. This served to build excitement on the part of my client, and interest on the part of Facebook friends. Since doing this I've sold two more windows specifically by way of this Facebook marketing.

     Since finishing and hanging the window at the client's house, I whipped together those iphone updates into one video and have posted that on youtube as a stand alone piece. It is NOT a remarkable video. The Production Crew is simply me and my iphone, but here it is:  

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#2 Rebecca

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Posted 28 May 2013 - 10:35 AM

I had one customer that requested to see progress shots.  I put them on Facebook and the customer loved it.  She commented on each one and other people did, too.  It was a positive experience for us both.  Since then, a lady asked where she could see some of my work and I told her on Facebook and she seemed happy with that.  I used to have a book with pictures in it, but I realized that I haven't been printing pictures lately, just storing them digitally.  I don't know if that is good or bad.

 

Rebecca



#3 stargazer99

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Posted 28 May 2013 - 04:55 PM

I had one customer that requested to see progress shots.  I put them on Facebook and the customer loved it.  She commented on each one and other people did, too.  It was a positive experience for us both.  Since then, a lady asked where she could see some of my work and I told her on Facebook and she seemed happy with that.  I used to have a book with pictures in it, but I realized that I haven't been printing pictures lately, just storing them digitally.  I don't know if that is good or bad.

 

Rebecca 

 

I do both myself. Just in case.






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