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The Sacred Marketplace

Heya, you pagan artists, spiritual teachers, psychics, and anyone else offering sacred services or goods, check out my radio interview, Aug 13, 3 PM EST. 

It will also be available to download for free immediately after it airs. 
The work of our community's healers, writers, et al is vital, so helping them market themselves feels like an important way for me to serve. 
I hope the interview helps writers, healers, and other creatives think strategically about online marketing. That includes social media marketing for self-publishing.
As a spiritual counselor, I try to combine practical and mystical advice. And something I tell clients who are stymied by self-promotion is: Heart-based marketing is not an oxymoron. 
If you want to know more about what I call "The Sacred Marketplace," check out the show.
Beverly Macy, the interviewer, is an intelligent ethical thought-leader in social media marketing.
And let me know what you think about the show!!!
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Francesca De Grandis aka Outlaw Bunny is the bestselling author of "Be a Goddess!" Founder of The Third Road, a Faerie Shamanism tradition that she teaches through both text and oral tradition, De Grandis says, "I'm a trickster working for benevolent chaos Gods, so I don't play mean tricks." Bard, painter, mystical innovator, and busy elf who works part-time for Santa Claus, she blogs here and on her own sites, www.stardrenched.com and www.outlawbunny.com


  • Amarfa
    Amarfa Sunday, 11 August 2013

    OK AND JUST SO YOU KNOW your text comes across the email as FREAKIN' HUGE and I don't think you meant to do that :)

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Monday, 12 August 2013

    Candi, thanks for heads up. I corrected it. I was trying to make the font less challenging for people viewing mobile bc, if i remember correctly, something like 40% of viewing is mobile nowadays. And, LOL, my 63 year old eyes kinda prefer big font. I guess 20 pt was too big. So it is 16 now. if you have time to tell me how 16 point looks, that would be cool. If not, thanks bunches for your initial comment.

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Monday, 12 August 2013

    This is not in response to Candi but a question to anyone who is print-disabled:

    I did not mention in my response to Candi that I am print disabled bc I was trying to keep my response simple and short. Dumb, maybe, but I was rushing when I answered.

    But I wld love to hear from anyone who is print disabled: What size font do you prefer? I really know what it is like to struggle on the computer, let alone mobile. For example, I am trying not to lose my eyesight from the MS, so I have to be careful. So I want to be supportive.

  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch Sunday, 18 August 2013

    Francesca, I'm sad I missed your interview. I'll hit the archives though. :D

  • Francesca De Grandis
    Francesca De Grandis Sunday, 18 August 2013

    Hi, honey, the complete show is archived. And thanks, Arwen, for reading this post. I hope the show is useful for you. It is twenty minutes long, including intro music et al, so you do not have to wait til you have time, bc, lol, you never will. Hugs.

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