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Notice to All Indie Crochet-Related Businesses

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All Indie Business members, we are so glad that you are part of Crochetville! If you are taking advantage of our Free Advertising Opportunities for Indie Businesses, please remember that your participation means you have agreed to place a prominent link back to Crochetville on your business website (website, blog, Etsy storefront, Ravelry designer page, wherever you're doing business online).

 

We can only continue to offer this free advertising if our indie businesses help us out in return. If you haven't yet added a link back to our site, please do so as soon as possible. This post contains buttons you can download and include on your website. This post explains how you can add the button and link to your website. If you can't add graphics to your business site, a text link is fine. Let me know if you need extra assistance.

 

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We thank you very much for helping to make sure our free advertising options are mutually beneficial.

 

If you can't link to us for some reason, but you'd still like to take advantage of our free advertising policies, please use the Contact Us form to get in touch with us. Together we can work out an equitable alternate arrangement.

 

Over the next few weeks, we'll be reviewing compliance with the link-back policy and removing any business-related posts and signature/profile business links for businesses that are not linking back to us. If you aren't sure I'll be able to find where you've linked to Crochetville on your site, you may want to include a link to that page as the last line of your "Introduce Your Indie Business" post. (And if you haven't made one of those posts in either of the Introduce Your Indie Business folders, you should! It's free advertising, after all! :) )

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Hi Amy,

I have a designer page on Ravelry and would be happy to link to Crochetville but don't know how to do it. Could you do it for me? The link to my Ravelry page is in my signature here.

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Hi Amy,

I have a designer page on Ravelry and would be happy to link to Crochetville but don't know how to do it. Could you do it for me? The link to my Ravelry page is in my signature here.

 

I don't think I have the ability to edit another designer's page on Ravelry.

 

 

You can edit your own designer page on Ravelry by going to that page, clicking the little yellow pencil, and making whatever changes you wish.

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The way I did it on blogger was:

 

Save the pic to photobucket first and copy the 'direct link'

 

On Blogger:

click on Design at the top right corner

click on Add a Gadget

when the Add a Gadget window opens click on HTML/Javascript (about halfway down)

 

paste the html code into the window

<a href="http://www.crochetville.org"><img src="http://mycrochetstuff.com/images/cville_button.gif"></a>

 

change the part in bold to the Direct Link from photobucket

and save.

 

Then drag and drop it to where you want it to be on your blog.

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I am not sure where I can link to you on Etsy. Heck we aren't even supposed to link to our own websites there. I can't find a place that I can put a link.

You tell me where and how and I will do it.

I have you everywhere else.

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