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I go to all of them looking for a avvie/siggy if i need one. One time I went to this one little brand new shop and no one came so i asked for a avvie and kept talking to her then she got about 200 posts and business.
I agree, but someone reccommended me to a great shop, but it had lots of posts, so we still should give bigger shops the BOTD and not completely abandon them. But other than that I agree, we should give smaller shops a try also.
Yes! That is exactly what I am saying, Lolllipop! It is not TERRiBLE to go to shops that have a lot of posts because I, myself, have a shop with a lot of posts, but I am pretty sure that we should give everyone the BOTD! Reccomendations are so much different! You may definitly go to whoever's shop you would like, but just don't completely abondon the shops that really want to take a shot at a good business!
I mostly go to house threads by looking at people's siggies. If they have it advertised there I will most likely go to it.Right after I post this I'm heading to Danathorn's house thread because I saw it in her siggie. I really go to the ones that are in colorful siggies.Don't know why.
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