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Saturday, June 25, 2011
The First Of A Series Of Free Reports At Hamersky On Comics!


Michael D Hamersky On Comics Presents:

The First Of A Series Of Free Reports At

'Hamersky On Comics'

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Photos: (Above) Michael D Hamersky at the 2010 Free Comic Book Day event he blogged and mobile Facebooked from!  And no, those two comics weren't part of the 'free comics' being given away, LOL!  BTW, you can click on the photo and be taken to the Facebook Fan Page where, after clicking the 'LIKE' button, you will be able to click on the link to read / download the first free report!
(Above top left) Michael selling at the second comic book convention he sold at, back in 1973 at the Sheraton Hotel on Harbor Island in San Diego.  Michael started selling in the basement of the El Cortez Hotel in 1972 when the con was known as 'San Diego's West Coast Comic Convention'.  The San Diego Comic Con is now known as Comic-Con International: San Diego. Michael still attends the Comic-Con, but as a blogger / mobile Facebooker, not as a comic book dealer!



TODAY'S FEATURE - Blog #3446:

I've mentioned before in this Blog, that I have a few pages going on at Facebook!

As well as being an 'admin' at several Fan Pages for Tina's and / or my clients, I also have a Facebook profile, group, and fan page!

That's because I maxed out my 'personal' profile page with over 5,000 Facebook Friends Plus others Fan Pages being 'Liked' back in early 2009.

So, because having a 'fan page' for myself sounded somewhat 'vain' at the time, I instead joined with the Facebook Comic Con (FBCC) folks, and started a Facebook Comic Con | Make It So Marketing group page, that is affiliated with the FBCC folks.  The 'Make It So Marketing' is the name of Tina's business.

However, I could see before the recent change on groups / group pages at Facebook, that I also needed another page, due to maxing out my 'profile' page with the 5,000 imposed limit. 

So I finally decided that it wouldn't be that 'vain' to start up a 'fan page' about what I am most involved in nowadays, and took the plunge!  Which ended up with the 'Michael D Hamersky On Comics' Facebook Fan Page, which I have been promoting a little more, what with the changes at Facebook with the group pages.

Well, yesterday I woke up at 1 AM with the solution to one of Tina's clients questions on how to present a 'free chapter' of their new book, as a 'gift' to 'fans' of their own author fan page at Facebook.

Well, I don't like to experiment on clients fan pages, without trying them on either my profile, fan or group pages first!

So I ended up with compiling a 'free report' on a subject that I re-blogged on back in 2009, when I still had an eBay blog, (before eBay closed 'their' blogging platform').  At that time I had re-presented a series of four blogs on 'How To Protect And Store Your Paper Collectibles', with an emphasis on 'comics'.

That's because you wouldn't believe the condition of comics that came in to me after buying them on eBay from non-comics dealers!  Sheesh!  No bags, no boards, and no protective envelopes when shipping the comics to me!   No wonder other eBayers weren't bidding on these sellers listings!  And I learned soon enough that only really low bids on their listings would be profitable enough for me to buy to resale from them! 

But I started feeling bad about this, as some comics would have been really 'something' to place in my own personal collection if only they had been stored properly... What a shame...

So that's why I blogged this series of four blogs separately. at my eBay blog.

Yesterday morning, while it was still dark(!), I compiled those four blogs into a pretty good draft as a 'free report' for those that would take the time to click the 'LIKE' button on my Facebook Fan Page, Michael D Hamersky On Comics!

So I wanted to bring this to the attention of this blog's readers!

If you would like to know 'How To Protect And Store Your Paper Collectibles' from a guy that first sold at the 1972 San Diego's West Coast Comic Convention, (now known as the Comic-Con International: San Diego), all you have to do is to click this link, Michael D Hamersky On Comics, and then click the 'LIKE' button there!

You'll notice that the photo you see when you first arrive at that page will change to another photo after you click the 'LIKE' button... And just above that is a blue arrow which guides you to the blueish colored link.  Clicking that blueish colored link will open up either a new window  or tab, depending on the browser you are using, where a .pdf copy of the report will appear. You are then encouraged to read and even print a copy of that report for yourself.

Of course, if you have been buying and selling comics or other paper collectibles for a while, you'll probably know most or even all of these tips, but this 'free report' is more to help those that have comics or other paper items in their possession that would like to properly take care of them, either to give to their kids, or maybe resell them sometime in the future, and re-capture some, most, or even more than the cost they paid for them!

Again, this is the just first of a series of 'free reports' that I'll be giving away in the future at that fan page, as a 'Thank You' to those of you that click the 'LIKE' button on my Facebook Fan Page! 

And as a final note... If YOU already have 'LIKED' that Facebook Fan Page of mine, you don't need to 'unlike' it to get the 'free report'.  All you have to do is go to that 'Welcome & Free Report' link at the left side of the Fan Page, and after clicking that link, you'll see a new page which has the same blueish colored link to click on!

~Michael D Hamersky

My thanks again to all of YOU reading this blog and our archived blog posts, now at 3,446 total posts in number!   I do appreciate your continued reading and support of this Blog!

BTW, You can 'follow' this blog by clicking the 'Follow' Button at this NetworkedBlogs app!  We currently have over 2,464 'Followers'!  Thanks to ALL of YOU that have already clicked that button! 

And for those of YOU that haven't yet... I would appreciate it if YOU would!!!

~ Michael D Hamersky


Note:  My online 'Local' Comic Book Shop (LCBS), carries many different genres of comics, magazines, graphic novels, and comic con promotional items. Possibly even copies of the item that was reviewed here today...!

If I have it... You can find it 'Under The Big Top Of Comics' at:  


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To mail printed items to us for possible review, send to:

Make It So Marketing Inc., PO Box 130653, Carlsbad, CA 92013

 Also, if you are a Facebook member, I would have liked you to send me a 'Friend Request'. However, I have reached the maximum limit of 5,000 Facebook Friends and Fan pages already, so I've added a New 'Facebook Fan Page' so that even more of YOU can 'Like' what I am doing, and be interactive with me and others there.  Here is the link to that 'Facebook Fan Page': Michael D Hamersky On Comics! Please click the 'Like' button on that page! 
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