Weekly Round Up #11

Hello Dearest Readers and a Happy Weekend to You All!

What an enjoyable week it has been, a couple of successful posts, a couple of duds, but you know you can’t really win them all.  I hope you all are as excited as I am to start a Twitter workshop series, here every Monday.  The idea of this series is to help you make the most out of twitter, but I also want to hear from you, I want to go through this twitter growth journey together.  What is working, what isn’t?  What worked for a mom blog that may not so much work for my own?  What didn’t?  I’m not the twitter know-all expert, I’m just another blogger who figured out a few tricks that I think you may find handy.

NEW TWITTER POLL IS UP

MOST LOVED TWITTER POST

Happy Mother’s Day One And All!

MOST READ BLOG OF SHOPGIRL THIS WEEK:

How To Support the Blogs You Love For Free

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MOST LOVED INSTAGRAM PHOTO

Blog Share- I Love My Followers!

This week I thought I would shake things up and do a blog share retail edition!

Feel free, join in the shopgirl conversation,  I am great “reciprocater”. 😉

Tossing It Out- Hourly Wage

Although Arlee didn’t work retail necessarily, we can all relate to the transfer from hourly pay to salary.  Which do you prefer?

Observations in Retail- The Longest Check Out

I think one of the hardest part of working retail is not being seen as a person, but instead as a piece of the furniture.   “I’m just looking” is not the appropriate answer to “How are you today”.  This is a quick easy read comic humorously addressing just that issue.

Outside Perception- Customer and the Door of Doom

Sometimes their is drama in the retail workplace, sometimes there is just simple customer service.

A Texan’s View of Upstate New York- Thanksgiving & Black Friday “Fun”

You can’t have a retail collection without a look at a retail employee’s life during Black Friday.

4 thoughts on “Weekly Round Up #11

  1. nikisthoughts says:

    Thanksgiving and Black Friday are 2 days I don’t look forward to each year because of that… When we move next summer I’ll hopefully find a job that isn’t open on those days, or require everyone to work them at least.

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