Hi, I don't suppose you have any of the Fond zines left do you? I've found it online but wondered if there was any chance of getting hold of a physical copy for my dissertation research. Thanks a lot, Katie
Nice to hear that you’re interested in our zine. We are currently on exchange in Rotterdam but could post you a copy from here. Although we would have to charge extra for postage. We will find out the exact amount, but it will be in total roughly £8. If this is ok with you, please get back to us and we can let you know the bank details. Thanks again, looking forward hearing from you.
Liv Siddall from It's Nice That answers our questions.
How do you utilise social media to market It’s Nice That?
Obviously Twitter is a bit of a no-brainer for getting word out there due to the enormous amount of creatives on there most of the day. Whenever we post something on the blog it usually gets followed by a small tweet just to let people know what’s going up. We are also aware that we have a large student following, which is why we make sure we don’t neglect our Facebook page.
Tim Hayward from Fire and Knives answers our questions.
How do you utilise social media to market Fire and Knives?
We couldn’t have launched without Twitter. After we’d done some initial design work we put up a site with some dummy pages and the intended contents for the first issue then Twittered a couple of thousand food lovers asking if they’d like to subscribe. Once enough had done so we ran the presses.