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Just for DIY Fashion Readers: Free Premium Account on Zibbet

By April 4, 2012

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Tell me what kind of sense this makes. I've received free offers and discounts online before, but for some reason I never cash them in. A coupon code will sit in a folder on my hard drive, leading a sad life of expiration next to a .jpg of a cat with a melon on it's head. And I am oblivious.

Oh, but if a coupon should float into the house via snail mail, hold the phone. Don't you know I'm clipping it with care, and then gingerly placing it inside a pretty little coupon book that lives inside the sanctity of my purse. Should that coupon ever expire, my husband is sure to hear me whine about it.

This morning, Jonathan Peacock, CEO of Zibbet.com, offered a 30 Day free trial of their Premium Accounts to DIY Fashion readers to celebrate Zibbet Month in April. Recognizing my own virtual discount neglect, I decided to create a coupon that I could print, cut out, then hand to myself as I enter the DIYFASHION coupon code at Zibbet.com. There's just something about that snappy dashed line that really says coupon.

Zibbet Free Premium Code

Print and cut along with me, or do the thing that sane people seem to cling to, and simply enter the coupon code for 30 days of Premium options. You can cancel within the 30 days and won't be charged a single penny.

April is Zibbet Month on DIY Fashion. I'll be featuring Zibbet shops, showcasing handmade goods and the artists behind the work. You'll see interviews and giveaways, and exclusive coupon codes just for DIY Fashion readers.

Zibbet Sellers: Would you like to be featured? Submit photos of your work, or showcase a giveaway from your blog. I'll be posting these in the DIY Fashion blog and Newsletter all throughout the month of April.

Comments

April 4, 2012 at 1:42 pm
(1) Sunfire says:

You can do a lot with a free shop, that’s for sure…. but once you try out all the fun stuff that comes with premium, you’ll be scraping together the pennies from the couch just to keep paying for it :)

April 4, 2012 at 6:53 pm
(2) Claranne says:

This is a great way for a person who is undecided to try out the premium shop features. The ability to personalize the color scheme of shop pages can help to establish one’s brand, make a shop more memorable so customers are more likely to return, and can help make one’s products just look better. The other premium features, while less obvious, can also improve the performance of a shop. The cost of a premium shop, at $79/year for unlimited items and NO listing or selling fees, is one of the best bargains on the internet. And to get the first month free to try it out? What a deal!

April 5, 2012 at 1:42 pm
(3) HannahsGems says:

I love the add widgets option and I sure take advantage of being able to add eight product images, all available with a premium account.
If you need help setting up your shop be sure to join the Community hub..lots of help there. If you need help with design there are many Graphic designers on Zibbet. Arty Lou at “Positive Vibes” helped me coordinate my shop colors with my banner. Another popular Graphic designer is Judy at “Portable Graphitti Graphics”.

April 5, 2012 at 5:48 pm
(4) Portable Graffiti Graphics says:

I have 3 shops on Zibbet and I love it there. I sell buttons, crafts, vintage, supplies and my main shop is Portable Graffiti Graphics where I create banners, business cards, tags, invitations, just about anything.
Love the other sellers and all the fancy features in my shops, like widgets and linked ads that lead to my other shops. There is way too much great stuff happening at Zibbet to list it all here.

April 11, 2012 at 9:24 am
(5) BreitWerk says:

Having a premium shop is wonderful, no limit to the number of items you can list, extra photos with each listing and the ability to have sales are just a FEW of the many benefits I enjoy as a premium shop owner.

I do sewing, custom orders and machine embroidery work. I need the extra photos for many of my items. Plus the ability to offer discounts is a valuable tool.

There are two things that really set Zibbet apart though – the customer service (from the top down!) and the other shop owners. The support from other zibbet sellers is unbelievable, even people with similar shops are willing to help and give advise. I have never found a group so supportive and helpful in any other online community.
Deni Breitenbach
@BreitWerk

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