It’s been a fun-filled year at Cibaria Soap Supply. Can you believe that it’s half way over already? We are celebrating the 1 year launch of our newly designed Soap Supply site, as of last month!
Happy Birthday to Cibaria Soap Supply!
As a special gift to celebrate not only our first year as a spiffy e-commerce operation, but also the Handcrafted Soap Maker’s Guild Conference, we decided to give away a very special gift to our friends and customers at HSMG. If you were there, you may remember even signing up for this incredible gift at the Cibaria Soap Supply booth at HSMG.
We wanted our giveaway to be something that not only was free, but something that empowered our Soap Maker clientele with the knowledge that they needed to get some amazing things done in 2010. We wanted this gift to arm YOU, The Soap Maker, with the ability to launch a POWERFUL Internet marketing campaign on a budget.
The gift is an amazing eBook called:
“The Soap Maker’s Guide to Building a Strong Brand and a Rock Solid Internet Marketing Plan”.
This knowledge-packed informational book was written by an experienced Internet Marketing Consultant and site designer, who happens to work with us. She has over 11 years of experience in all aspects of internet marketing, design, branding, and the newly minted social media marketing tactics that produce amazing results.
This eBook stresses the importance of a brand, and the power of building a community around that brand and it’s cause.
We’ve gotten great feedback so far, but we’d love to YOUR thoughts!
If you received this eBook, we want to know what you thought about it, and if you have implemented any of the concepts from it. If so, how did they work?
Do you have any questions?
We want to hear from you!
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