sweet to pass up, and collectors are everywhere.
Collectors are young, old, have a house, or live in an apartment. People collect for
all sorts of reasons. They just have to see something they like. They work in fast
food, or as executives. It doesn’t get any better than that. Collectors cross every
social-economic line you can think of.
As you can see to the right, that’s my affiliate link (click the pic), and a statement
My skyscraper ad will be 160 pixels wide by 600 pixels tall, and is only limited by
my imagination. However, I’ll keep things simple. What I’ll do is plug (copy and
paste) into the image area a bunch of product mini-pics, keeping those to 80 pixels
wide, letting the height become whatever it becomes. My dots-per-inch, I usually
keep that at 300 dpi.
BTW, to get the best out any picture on Twitter, the width should be 600 pixels at
the max, with a dpi of 300. The length when resizing any pic will simply take care
of itself, you just want to maintain the aspect ratio in the resizing.
Needless to say I’ll be working on the ad. Copy and paste, copy and paste. Move
things around a little. Add the text, or use the Rip’s Picks banner resized. Keep the
text as the focus.
And it’s done, but nothing I’ll do cartwheels or back flips over. I transferred $20 USD
into my Project Wonderful account, and will have to wait a day or so, and then I can
|Actual Size, or close to it.|
I Google+ with photos, and use Twitter with and without photos. I do have a
Linkedin account, but I’m not sure what I doing yet, but I’ll figure it out. One
promo a day with a pic seems right. I don’t want to wear out my welcome. I did
get the Facebook business page up, and I’m not sure. In order to boost my
page or posts it costs. I just have to save that for later.
If you see something you like, it’s first come first served. I only have one of each.
Read my policies page, sign up to my newsletter, look over the products and buy
something you love. If not you, someone else will beat you to it.