- Oct 11, 2005
Do you list shows on the calendar page of your personal website? What do you include in the description line? Anything creative to draw interest in a cooking show or catalog show?
lorianne143 said:I was checking out your website.. that was amazing! Great job.. I did notice one thing on your 03/16/06 St. Patty's show you featured these Menu features: Rockin' Reuben Ring, Shamrock Dip with crackers, and Leprechaun Lime Drink. -
Could you email me those recipes? Especially the Leprechaun Lime drink?
Sk8Mom209 said:I list my shows and include the following in the description:
If you are unable to attend and would like to place on order go to the Home page, and click the Order Products button in the bottom left corner:
Host's First Name: Jane
Host's Last Name: Doe
If you do not want to place an order online, contact Jane to view a catalog and place an order.
Orders will be submitted on March 23rd and should arrive at the host's home 7-10 days after that.
If you have any questions, please call or email me. (209) 482-6953 [email protected]
As information about the show updates (theme, recipe chosen, etc) I will update here also.
I also include any festivals or fairs that I will have a booth at and offer an incentive if customers stop by and mention that they say the information on my website.
mellissacooks4you said:I just recently started putting the recipes from the show in the description part on each show. That way if people ask about the recipe at the show I can direct them to my website, and tell them while they are there they can check out the outlet. I just got tired of taking recipes to shows and people didn't want them or them asking for it the time I didn't bring it. This seems to satisfy them.