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Bren Kenin

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  1. Hi Shane, Gooseberry is happy to host your event. Please feel free to contact me inworld. Bren Kenin
  2. Sent you an IM and notecard. Thanks for your consideration.
  3. Looking to purchase a full homestead. Please contact Bren Kenin inworld.
  4. That's the Bridgewater House by Onsu. We have several Onsu houses in our rezzers. They are beautiful.
  5. Always live in the latest homes but never buy one again. Gooseberry Estates is a new rental community set in a beautifully landscaped village that offers a multi-house rezzer on every parcel. Rez any of our homes fully landscaped. House and landscaping prims do not count against your prim limit. Always live in the latest home by the best designers across the grid. Change your home whenever you like. With 2 size parcels available, plus Patron Prims, you're sure to find something perfect for you. Enjoy amazing public areas as well with lots of perks and amenities. Grab a free hud from the marketplace and visit the demo rezzers and see every house we have so far. More added as new releases come out. Stop by and sit a spell in our game area. Relax and enjoy the best games on the grid. Grab a hud and come say hi. MARKETPLACE: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Gooseberry-Estates/17464969. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/Gooseberry-Estates-2166306423488458/  FLICKR: https://www.flickr.com/photos/gooseberryestates/
  6. Thank you so much for the feedback. I really appreciate it. I like the idea of hand delivering items and having some sort of relationship with my bloggers. I had one that just sort of disappeared on me and stopped replying to messages so I wasn't sure if I had fallen down on my end of the relationship. I stumbled upon another blogger who was a customer. I was blown away by her Flickr page. One thing led to another and here I go again. I did create a blogger group as I assumed that was the norm. Honestly, not knowing what the norm is, and suspecting as you all have said that there is no norm, I probably didn't need to. Oh, well.
  7. Can anyone recommend a good source of information about bloggers from a merchant's perspective? What is a good amount of bloggers to have? Reasonable merchant expectations? Reasonable blogger expectations? Blogger managers - their role, compensation, etc? The best way to find good bloggers? I'm having a hard time finding any standard of practice or advice on what the "norm" is in SL. I'd appreciate any advice. Thank you in advance.
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