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From the Mail Room

From the Mail Room

From the mail room | Melissa Bolton

 What a delicious surprise waking up to this lovely email the other day!

On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 5:03 PM, Teresa S. Swanson wrote:

Melissa,
You are amazing!  The Archetype Program you have created is definitely an inspiration to any business woman (or man!) who wants that positive approach for there ‘branding’. […]Your Archetype Program is such a positive enhancement for the business woman.  I was over-the-moon intrigued and fascinated with your Pinterest Page for the Archetype branding.  You certainly motivated me to continue on with my writing.[…] I was hoping to break in to the doll making industry as  people were really in to making dolls at that time and selling them as fast as hotcakes on Etsy and Ebay.  This was right before the economic collapse. Then, after the economy went down hill, I began to notice  even the very best of the doll makers were having a hard time selling their wares.  I have watched Etsy (and have bought many things for craft making) and some items are still sitting on the Etsy ‘shelves’ for over a year.  I don’t know, but people are going to have to work that much harder to promote there products than just on Ebay or Etsy, and your solution with the branding is an excellent format for promoting their cause.  I hope more people find out about your format.  I would like to post your link on my sidebar as an inspiration for others to be aware of what you have to offer and I will also add a full post about you too.  I first found out about your Archetype Program by reading a post on Denise Litchfield’s blog  and I was immediately impressed.  I also read your interview on ‘Art Saves’ on Crescendoh.

 

Your Archetype Branding Program is absolutely the most positive approach I have ever encountered online as it seems to define the artist and their own basic branding remarkably and accurately. (and you can quote me if you wish). You must have spent hours, days, and months dedicating yourself to the research for your program.  I can’t say enough about how impressed I am.  You need to have a spot in Forbes Magazine.  Is there a Forbes Magazine for Women? Hmmmm…that is an idea…a magazine just for women for the business world.

God bless, and have a very merry holiday season.
Teresa Swanson in California
http://amagicalwhimsy.blogspot.com/

 

 

Thanks, Teresa!

’til next time, 
Melissa siggy