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Indies On Twitter

Are you using Twitter to share your passions, products, services? Do you love it? In this group, we share our best tips and experiences using Twitter to build our businesses!

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    Comment by Catherine Dreher on June 9, 2010 at 9:21am
    Hi. My name is Catherine and I'm turning my hobby of making bath and body products into a business! I'm having so much fun. Twitter has helped me make some great connections with others in my field.
    Comment by IBN Member Angela George on May 27, 2010 at 8:14am
    Hi, my name is Angela I'm an apprentice member of IBN, I've learned and am still learning a lot. I'm slowly working on by bath and body business and I'm glad i'm finally buliding the life of my dreams.

    I'm now on twitter at http://twitter.com/angelminaro

    Looking forward to making a lot of connections.
    Comment by IBN Member Charlene Sevier on April 25, 2010 at 12:32pm
    Hi Arriel, I'm a jewelry designer too and love to see another jewelry artist join the community here. It's friendly here and people are very encouraging and giving.
    Comment by Arriel Goodwin on April 24, 2010 at 9:06pm
    Hello - I am an artist who makes wearable art jewelry and custom designs. I am based in Matthews, NC. Here is my Twitter and Website info if you would like more info. Thanks for visiting my sites!
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/aridesigns
    FaceBook Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/wwwari-designscom/126308049177?v=wall
    Website: http://www.ari-designs.com
    Comment by Planet Label on February 17, 2010 at 11:50am
    Wow, glad to see the Indies embracing Twitter and social media. Talk to us @PlanetLabel !
    Comment by IBN Member Charlene Sevier on December 7, 2009 at 12:28pm
    Hi Liana, I sent you a tweet and also welcome you to IBN. It's a great group here and I'm sure you will find it to be rewarding.

    I'm on Twitter http://twitter.com/thebeaddreamer
    Comment by IBN Member Liana Spiegel on December 5, 2009 at 2:44pm
    Hi all.
    I have joined IBN just a few weeks ago and I am still browsing through all the topics and groups. I have Twitter account and Facebook Fan Page. I have connected my Facebook Page to Twitter and it automatically sends all my Facebook posts to my Twitter. I am mostly using Facebook and really like it. I even tried to advertise on Facebook.
    My Twitter: http://twitter.com/MarmaladeHills
    My Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bloomfield-Hills-MI/Marmalade-Hills/1...

    Comment by OnlineLabels.com - Matt Hamilton on July 29, 2009 at 5:11pm
    Hi Everyone!

    I've been on Twitter now for awhile @onlinelabels and love it. I can answer customer questions on the fly and find out answers to my questions.

    When I first started in Twitter I followed as may people as I could and later realized that I was getting spammed by usless tweets. I have no thinned out my following list to people who have similar interest or put out quality information that is useful.

    Following people such as competitors or people in your industry is always a great idea because you can learn from them and keep up with the competition.

    I would suggest Twitter to all of my Indie friends for fast networking and data collection.

    Be sure to follow us at http://www.twitter.com/onlinelabels


    Matt Hamilton
    Comment by Michele Carroll on July 19, 2009 at 1:41pm
    I'm just starting out too. Personally, I think you CAN do both. It does take more work but after all woman are the ultimate multi-taskers! I also have a regular day job...that provides my major income and the means to keep my web business going. Unless your skin care business is going full tilt, having a regular paying job sure helps. Don't give up and always follow your heart and inner intuition. Good luck!
    Comment by Vered Rosen on June 18, 2009 at 2:13am
    hi everyone,
    I'm a fairly new member and I can see that there is a lot going on here which is wonderful. I have been making skincare products for about 3 years and the whole thing had sort of evolved into something that can b expanded to a business. I haven't planned it this way and I'm not your typical busines woman. I'm sort of in a crossroad right and don't know what to do. first I'll start with a little background: I am amrried plus 3. Up untill 6 years ago I worked as a biologist in research, but always dreamed of a career change to interior design. I was finally able to do that and went through a program (associate's degree) which I almost finished. Meanwhile, I also developed this wondeful hobby with making lotions, scrubs, body butters etc. I don't know why but it wort of became another passion of mine. today I have a line, a logo, labeling and some customers. I had a few home parties that were pretty succesfull. At the same time I was trying to get my foot into the design scene, but I began looking for work exactly when our economy tanked. I spoke to designers, send my resume and the response was the same: the whole interior design industry has frozen. people are layed off and it's almost impossible to even land an internship. I decided to focus on my "lotions and potions" and continued to develop it to the point where I'm now. so what's my question? I want to be able to earn a living and my plan was to find a part time job (perhaps back to biology in which I have lots of experience) AND continue do work on my business. Is that even POSSIBLE? my husband thinks it's not. He thinks I have to either put all my might into that business OR put it to rest and find a secure job. I kind of don't like the "OR" thing. did any of you manage to grow their business slowly or does it take a full time job to do it? I'm affraid to go that risky route, especially with today's economy and it's important for me to be able to generate some income.
    what do you think?

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