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  • #25757
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    Tom S
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    Thanks for the various forum support responses during this process. Will continue to improve and add more images. Thanks.

    silverstockimages.com

    #25758
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    steveh
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    Looks great – I like the silver grey look! I don’t think you have the links correct in the rotating category slider on the home page. All of them head back to the home page again – they are missing the category in the URL.

    Steve

    #25759
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    Tom S
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    Thanks Steve. Those links should be working now. I knew about it but overlooked fixing. Debated going with just a white background but went with a neutral gray to compliment the images. Not quite 50% gray as that was too dark. Thanks for the input.

    #25760
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    Tom S
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    I just looked at your site Steve. I came across your blog a while ago and found it quite useful. I also bought your e-book a while back!!

    #25761
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    George Sheldon
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    Tom,
    Nice job on your site.

    Check your social buttons. I tried to give you a like on Facebook but I got an error from your site. Also, the tweet for an individual image goes to your site and not the image.

    George

    #25762
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    steveh
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    Thanks for buying my book – it looks as though it was useful!!

    Steve

    #25763
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    amazeindesign
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    Nice site Tom, it looks great but it’s hard to read your black text composition in grey

    #25849
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    ThamKC
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    Hi Mates,

    My site is almost done… been going in circles for the past two weeks.  My site is http://www.thamkc.com.  Still a skeleton and need to refine further and load photos into it. Hope with strong support from contributors towards Symzio, we can create a strong alternative agency within the industry and get back some control.

    Personally, I will promote this collaboration in the local facebook microstock contributor group that I am in so that more would participate.   By the way, I know there is a Symzio page on Facebook and I have liked it.  Should the admin of this project create  a Facebook Group for contributors as well as a way forward to promote the Symzio concept?  Interaction will be elevated and should be good for this initiative.

    Cheers,
    Kee Chuan

    My playground at www.thamkc.com

    #25857
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    Andre
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    Welcome aboard!

    I think the FB contributors group is a great idea.

    #25858
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    ThamKC
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    Thanks Andre.  Would love to have the FB group as I am confident it would promote interaction among contributors.

    My playground at www.thamkc.com

    #25859
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    George Sheldon
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    I am in for the FB Group too.  Having said that, why have the interaction among contributors there rather than here?

    If we are going to spend our time on another (additional) site(s), would it make more sense to do something with Linkedin? Isn’t that where our customers may be more likely to find us?

    Just asking…and perhaps suggesting.

     

    George

    #25860
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    Andre
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    I am in for the FB Group too. Having said that, why have the interaction among contributors there rather than here?

    If we are going to spend our time on another (additional) site(s), would it make more sense to do something with Linkedin? Isn’t that where our customers may be more likely to find us?

    Just asking…and perhaps suggesting.

    George

    My very simple answer would be “Because EVERYBODY is on Facebook.”.

    #25862
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    George Sheldon
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    Andre,

    Yep, everybody is on Facebook. Are we looking for everybody? Or are we looking for bloggers, media buyers, publishers, etc.?  Are we more likely to find them on FB or Twitter and Linkedin?

    George

     

     

    #25863
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    ThamKC
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    I am of opinion that a FB Group for contributors complements this forum.  This forum is great with good archive systems by subjects and a good knowledge base, whereas a FB group has the advantages by way of its simple interface and encourages interaction and discussions.   Am not envisaging of using FB group to connect with customers though as I cannot see how it can do that.  The existing Symzio FB page would be a better bet to reach out to potential customer.  It has only 20 Likes at the moment.   Check it out:  https://www.facebook.com/symzio/

    My playground at www.thamkc.com

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