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Nice JC. Hope it continues. I used to make sales like this when full color printing greeting cards was in its hayday. All it takes is for a person your customer sends the cards to to get the same idea and make another order.
I just sold a greeting card too. My first sale since I started here in January. About a couple weeks ago I started shooting JPEG, so I uploaded one of those image and what do you know?! Yup! Though I have to admit that I also changed the pricing on my cards.
That's right, JC, not only will people get samples of your work, but you're selling the hamburger way ... repetition and duplication.
In other words, when you're on FAA you can sell the original ( one big hamburger ), but you're better to sell museum quality copies ( many small hamburgers ).
And when you sell greeting cards the correct way, it puts this concept into "fast food" mode.
There was a separate thread not too long ago I think you started about another site for selling greeting cards. Instead of that, I think FAA needs to promote greeting cards more, or create a separate site like they did for Instagram prints.
... It gets new buyers to make a "safe" purchase with spending pocket money on a greeting card. Once they see the quality of the cards, this could remove buying reluctance on prints.