Tuesday, September 1, 2009


The truly great thing about the web is the ability to click from place to place and see so many different things. We can all connect in so many ways (blogs, twitter, facebook, communities, etc) and create great friendships. The internet has brought a lot of joy to many people through this fabulous ability to share.

Today I learned that Stampin' Up! has just started a new policy for all demonstrators that participate in electronic media (blogs, twitter, facebook, etc). We are no longer allowed to promote competitive products by providing pricing or retail information. Completely makes sense businesswise and I had been doing this for awhile already.

Unfortunately, we cannot have links to web sites or blogs that promote competitive products. So, that means that I will be removing most if not all of the links in my "What's New?" section. So now is the time to add those to your favorites if you haven't already or subscribe so you get their posts directly in your email. There are some great SU demonstrators out there and I will be adding their blog links instead.

I will also be removing the badges for the sketch blogs since they are attached to competitive companies.

Hmmmm. Not too happy about this. I can imagine that lots of others are disappointed as well.

Meanwhile I will continue to post projects since I primarily use Stampin' Up! products so all is well there.

Nighty night,

1 comment:

  1. hi desiree! i have been hearing all the buzz about this on all my design teams and what not. i'm not a demo and therefore don't see how this can benefit SU demos unless they are very active and not hobby demos. any word as to why they are doing this and the thought behind it? i think its kind of wrong for them to ask that your personal blog be exclusive to them. it's YOURS and you should be able to do whatever you want with it! anyway, not trying to start something here, just not understandint the underlying reason for it. sus


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