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pandasrule4ever
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Guide to making a Successful Shop

makethebrainhappy wrote:

pandasrule4ever wrote:

om12345 wrote:

How do you bump a topic?
Why do people bump topics?

So that they appear on the front of the forum, making them easy to find and access ! The special thing about stickied topics is that they don't need to be bumped
Thx!

Do not meddle with the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup.
I hate the word homophobia. It's not a phobia. You are not scared. You are a jerk. -Morgan Freeman (he didn't actually say ‘jerk’, but I wanted it on my siggy anyway, so I censored it. )
makethebrainhappy
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1000+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

pandasrule4ever wrote:

makethebrainhappy wrote:

pandasrule4ever wrote:

om12345 wrote:

How do you bump a topic?
Why do people bump topics?

So that they appear on the front of the forum, making them easy to find and access ! The special thing about stickied topics is that they don't need to be bumped
Thx!

No Problem !
Dontina888
Scratcher
74 posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

pandasrule4ever wrote:

Dontina888 wrote:

Question what does a shop do? How do you make one? And by shop do you mean the goods are needing to be paid for?
In a shop you can sell logos, sounds, scripts, voice acting, art and much more! To make a shop, you can open a new acount, make a studio for it or (most commonly) you can open up a topic in the forums and have people order the goods there. No, you don't have to sell the goods for money (if you have any idea how to do that, I don't) you can do a trade and barter system (a favor for a foavor), or you can just make it free.
Thanks!

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pandasrule4ever
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100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Dontina888 wrote:

pandasrule4ever wrote:

Dontina888 wrote:

Question what does a shop do? How do you make one? And by shop do you mean the goods are needing to be paid for?
In a shop you can sell logos, sounds, scripts, voice acting, art and much more! To make a shop, you can open a new acount, make a studio for it or (most commonly) you can open up a topic in the forums and have people order the goods there. No, you don't have to sell the goods for money (if you have any idea how to do that, I don't) you can do a trade and barter system (a favor for a foavor), or you can just make it free.
Thanks!
No Problem!!

Do not meddle with the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup.
I hate the word homophobia. It's not a phobia. You are not scared. You are a jerk. -Morgan Freeman (he didn't actually say ‘jerk’, but I wanted it on my siggy anyway, so I censored it. )
sashathegirl
Scratcher
89 posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

thx this helpe meh alot

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PastelPopTarts
New to Scratch
2 posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

thanks!
Gamation
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100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Great, this is very helpful I'm thinking of starting a new kind of shop though. What about a quote shop? Where you ask for a quote for an occasion that you describe and then the manager or staff gives a fitting quote to you?

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makethebrainhappy
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1000+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Gamation wrote:

Great, this is very helpful I'm thinking of starting a new kind of shop though. What about a quote shop? Where you ask for a quote for an occasion that you describe and then the manager or staff gives a fitting quote to you?

That sounds pretty creative and unique ~!
Quirky_Coders
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100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders


By Rainbow_Waves
pandasrule4ever
Scratcher
100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders
My shop needs helpers. You can join if you want.

Do not meddle with the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup.
I hate the word homophobia. It's not a phobia. You are not scared. You are a jerk. -Morgan Freeman (he didn't actually say ‘jerk’, but I wanted it on my siggy anyway, so I censored it. )
Quirky_Coders
Scratcher
100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

pandasrule4ever wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders
My shop needs helpers. You can join if you want.
Ok, I'll check it out. Thanks!
~QC


By Rainbow_Waves
pandasrule4ever
Scratcher
100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Quirky_Coders wrote:

pandasrule4ever wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders
My shop needs helpers. You can join if you want.
Ok, I'll check it out. Thanks!
~QC
Anytime!

Do not meddle with the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy, and good with ketchup.
I hate the word homophobia. It's not a phobia. You are not scared. You are a jerk. -Morgan Freeman (he didn't actually say ‘jerk’, but I wanted it on my siggy anyway, so I censored it. )
makethebrainhappy
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders

Shops on scratch are like real world shops, (except without money), and you can do whatever you want but you might not get many orders . To think about it there's orders I need to complete in my shop XD.

Actually quite recently courses have come out about management. Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration was one of the first, I know Sigtons Shop opened up a school. There's another one that I can't place the name of right now. I'm personally not sure which one is the most active, just browse around a little. Being part of a shop will definitely help as well .
Quirky_Coders
Scratcher
100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

makethebrainhappy wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders

Shops on scratch are like real world shops, (except without money), and you can do whatever you want but you might not get many orders . To think about it there's orders I need to complete in my shop XD.

Actually quite recently courses have come out about management. Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration was one of the first, I know Sigtons Shop opened up a school. There's another one that I can't place the name of right now. I'm personally not sure which one is the most active, just browse around a little. Being part of a shop will definitely help as well .
Thanks for answering! I'll check out Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration, and Sigton's Shop's school. Thanks!
~QC


By Rainbow_Waves
makethebrainhappy
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

Quirky_Coders wrote:

makethebrainhappy wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders

Shops on scratch are like real world shops, (except without money), and you can do whatever you want but you might not get many orders . To think about it there's orders I need to complete in my shop XD.

Actually quite recently courses have come out about management. Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration was one of the first, I know Sigtons Shop opened up a school. There's another one that I can't place the name of right now. I'm personally not sure which one is the most active, just browse around a little. Being part of a shop will definitely help as well .
Thanks for answering! I'll check out Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration, and Sigton's Shop's school. Thanks!
~QC

I'm going to try to find the last one as well, I think they might be the most active of the three.

I just found this, and I would recommend it because I've worked with the person before : https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/169613/

Last edited by makethebrainhappy (Feb. 8, 2016 23:35:40)

Quirky_Coders
Scratcher
100+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

makethebrainhappy wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

makethebrainhappy wrote:

Quirky_Coders wrote:

Hello!
This is an awesome guide! I just have a couple of questions:
I'm not sure if I'm ready to take on the responsibility of owning a shop - is there some course on Scratch that I can take on management?
What if you get a lot of orders, but don't have time to complete one of them? Is there a specific rule for that?
Thanks!
~Quirky_Coders

Shops on scratch are like real world shops, (except without money), and you can do whatever you want but you might not get many orders . To think about it there's orders I need to complete in my shop XD.

Actually quite recently courses have come out about management. Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration was one of the first, I know Sigtons Shop opened up a school. There's another one that I can't place the name of right now. I'm personally not sure which one is the most active, just browse around a little. Being part of a shop will definitely help as well .
Thanks for answering! I'll check out Crimson and Co's College of Collaboration, and Sigton's Shop's school. Thanks!
~QC

I'm going to try to find the last one as well, I think they might be the most active of the three.

I just found this, and I would recommend it because I've worked with the person before : https://scratch.mit.edu/discuss/topic/169613/
Thanks for the link! I'll definitely become a student there.
~QC


By Rainbow_Waves
tigrus
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37 posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

FreeFrog666
Scratcher
36 posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

How do you “bump” your shop? I really need this to keep my shop on the list, I just don't know how to do it. Also, can you give me some shop names that includes something to do with frogs? It would really help.
Thanks,

{~FreeFrog666~}
makethebrainhappy
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1000+ posts

Guide to making a Successful Shop

FreeFrog666 wrote:

How do you “bump” your shop? I really need this to keep my shop on the list, I just don't know how to do it. Also, can you give me some shop names that includes something to do with frogs? It would really help.
Thanks,

{~FreeFrog666~}

Just posting ‘bumps’ your shop. You just say bump if you haven't been getting any posts in your shop to bring it to the top .

Names

HopShop
FreeFrog666's Shop
FrogShop
LilyPad-Market
GreenFrogs Shop
The Royal Frog
GavinWinchell
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Guide to making a Successful Shop

Thank you so much!







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