I have sinned.
One of the very first thing I learned in marketing was never to make your customers work too hard. Hard work = no action, usually. They won’t buy your shirt if they can’t try it on; they won’t join your club if the fees are buried beneath miles of copy; they won’t sign up for your newsletter of there are too many options to choose from, and they won’t re-subscribe to your website/blog if they already did it once!
So I am here to apologize to those who subscribed to ginilawson.com/Staging. I was impatient, I know. Please forgive me and re-subscribe to plain ole ginilawson.com? Pretty please?
AS a thank you I will give you a little sneak peak at a painting that I’ve been working on. No, not the two adorable little boys commission, but one of my Surf and Sand series paintings – one that no one – that’s right – not a single person, has seen other than my students and a few friends. It’s from a painting I started a while ago and haven’t finished, but I love this part of it.
Ok? Oh, thank you!! You won’t regret it, I promise!
Here it is: