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actually a good idea is to go 2 or 3 pages back, pick a thread that has almost never been posted in, ask for a siggy or avvie or whatever you want, a post what you want. That way they may get more business because they are on the top of the 1st page, and imagine coming into the siggie section with your failing siggie shop on the top of the list!
I completely agree with you sugar. It is totally just plain mean when ppl go to the popular shops bc they have so many ppl. but then the owner gets too many order, where as if 2 or 3 other ppl go to another shop, then the owner wouldn't be so crammed with orders. I just wanted othrs to know what I had to say. and ppl, if u read this, next time you go to someone's shop, go to one with not many ppl, then thank the person who mad ur avvie/siggy for their hard work, and congradulate them for being successful with their advertising bc it worked for you to want to go there.
~Thanks to sugar candy for starting thhis thread.,
I agree. I always look at all the threads, and then picked one based off what style I want, based off their examples. Sometimes it is reassuring to go to one with 5 starts, but that does not always mean their work is higher quality.
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