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At the Fence Page Design

Hi Neighbors!

I am really hoping to see At the Fence grow more this year.  We have been at this for three years now.  Several ways for At the Fence to grow include:more followers, more reviews and giveaways and of course we need to increase our social media standing.  My daughter did our business Facebook page design.  She LOVES creating designs for Facebook, Twitter, websites, buttons, etc.

Many of you know she designed the At the Fence background, along with most of my buttons.  She has also designed pages for herself along with another site I have just started working on.  She is fast becoming a pro at designing things.  She has considered starting a site where she offers to help others with designs.

Anyway, back to At the Fence.  I really need everyones help this year at promoting At the Fence.  If you have any suggestions, please feel free to email me or to leave a comment.  The more we can build At the Fence, the better products we will be able to review and offer as giveaways.  Is there something we should add to our page, or maybe you see some things we need to remove or change.  Obviously we will not please everyone, but I would like some feedback.

Are there any other social sites we need to include?  We have a Pinterest page, but have not done much with it. Should we do more?  Or is this just a distraction?  I will be honest with you, sometimes I feel like there is just too much out there as far as social media.  We have considered spending one day a week sharing pictures, which could then be pinned, but I am not sure.

I hope you are enjoying the Meeting Monday, and I would love for more of you to participate.  I have a few opening in February and would love to fill them in.  I would like this to continue throughout the year, but it will be based on interest and response.

We have also talked about adding recipe sharing occasionally, but I don't want to stray too much, or add so much that the site becomes too busy.  What do you think?  How about the page design?  Do you like how we use the theme on our other pages?  Should we change the look?  Please share your thoughts.

Disclosure:This is a sponsored post, however all thoughts and opinions are mine.


Coolestmommy said…
I agree that too much social media can make a person nuts. I know some use Stumbled, but I haven't figured out how that all works. I like the current content/design/outlets. I'm not sure I'd want much to change.
latanya t said…
You can pin some of your recipes and share those as well or pin some of the things you do with homeschooling. I hope this helps.
latanya t said…
One other thing I've seen is how blogs grow and/or get more followers is by participating in blog hops.

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