Join me on Facebook to celebrate the Clean & Simple Scrapbooking Style

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I've created a new Facebook Group for fans of clean and simple scrapbooking style! Want to join in and get to know your fellow fans of the more is less approach to memory keeping? If the answer is 'yes', click through to read more.

I've created a new Facebook Group for fans of clean and simple scrapbooking style! Want to join in and get to know your fellow fans of the more is less approach to memory keeping? If the answer is 'yes', click through to read more.
I like Facebook.

I have a Facebook page.

But the things I post or share don’t get seen much unless I pay to get them seen.

I want to try something new: a Facebook community for people who are into clean, simple, minimal scrapbooking. It’s called Clean & Simple Scrapbooking with Cathy Zielske and it’s for people who love design, telling stories and not worrying that every last loving detail of life gets covered. Hell, look how infrequently I scrapbook, and I’m a highly trained professional.

But with a Facebook group, I can gather a bunch of people together and a) you can get to know each other, b) you can ask me things that are on your mind and c) I can share stuff with you and d) bounce stuff off of you.

It is a Closed Group, so you’ll have to request to be added. And then I’ll add you within 24 hours or less. I won’t be monitoring it 24 hours a day, however, but I will make it one of my online destinations. And we’ll see what shakes out.

Want to join? If so, click here and request to be added.


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Cathy ZielskeJoin me on Facebook to celebrate the Clean & Simple Scrapbooking Style

12 Comments on “Join me on Facebook to celebrate the Clean & Simple Scrapbooking Style”

  1. #4
    Sara Mitchell

    I will agree Facebook pages are so hard to be seen with. I have almost given up on mine because such a small percentage of people actually see the content and are engaged. A group is definitely the best place to be to build community.

  2. #6
    bdaiss

    Well you know I already joined…

    I have a DD question though: when they run these sales, do you still pull in the same amount? Or do they cut your cut of the sales? If I’m going to purchase something, while I want to get a deal, I want to make sure I’m providing the max benefit to you as well.

    1. #6.1
      Cathy Zielske

      It’s the same percentage I would get, but just a lower amount, because of the sale, does that make sense? You’re sweet to ask!

      1. #6.1.1
        bdaiss

        Ugh – horribly late reply on a 2 week old post. 😛

        That makes absolute sense and answers my question exactly: they cut your percentage as well as their own (and probably more of yours than theirs). And that sux. I’ll buy full price then. (I suppose the hope is a sale will increase the total number of transactions, hence resulting in an overall increase in profit for all…but since I only buy once in a blue moon, and your stuff is not going to break my bank when I do, I’ll buy at non-sale times.) This also explains why so many designers are switching to hosting their own “stores”. 😉

  3. #7
    RitaQ

    Selfishly I must ask… does this mean less blogging? Not on Facebook, nor do I intend to be, although you almost made me take the leap. Hope this doesn’t mean I will lose all CZ-goodness. But I do want to wish you (& I get it) all the best in growing your biz.

    1. #7.1
      Cathy Zielske

      Well, not necessarily. I haven’t been blogging as much as I have in the past, but this was really another way to talk to readers. 🙂 My current Facebook business page just isn’t a great way to reach people at all. You have to pay for stuff to be seen, so… a group is another way to help my business.

  4. #8
    christi

    I have the same concerns as RitaQ above. I don’t use Facebook. I gave it up for Lent two years ago and haven’t missed it a bit.
    Cathy, I love your style and your content and always learn a lot from you. I hope you’ll continue to blog or Instagram about clean and simple scrapbooking too.

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