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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Make Your Shoppable Wish List with Tagspire

You can’t get away from the d├ęcor and shopping goodies for the holidays. You want to collect and share them all, but how about a tool to make it easy? I discovered Tagspire, a great site for tagging your photos and make them shoppable.

For my collage above, I put together a few of my favorite finds from the holiday collections on the runway.  I loved the party vibe from Betsey Johnson’s fall winter 2014 collection. A tight red dress, faux fur jacket and dancing tights? I’m in. I am totally in love with elaborate Dannijo statement necklaces. I am a longtime fan Rebecca Minkoff bags for myself or as gifts for my girls. However, in the spirit of show, not tell, I just tagged them so you could just click on the photos and go straight to the shop and I could have saved myself the time of writing out this paragraph. If you want to see more photos of that great Betsey Johnson runway, you can also click the photo and see my video of it.

This is a great tool for all of my fellow bloggers for augmenting their posts with links or monetizing their gift guides. These are also great for sending your wish list to your admirers. Do you use social media as a visual diary of your wardrobe? Great. You could make money with every selfie.
 For social sharing, you can tag personal photos of your family and friends with additional videos or links to celebrate a special occasion. I am also planning on using Tagspire to enhance photos of my own design work or use it as a selling tool in presentations.

Are you ready to start Tagspire-ing? You can start upgrading your photos with this Tagspire video.  Then start choosing your best looking pictures. If you are in my circle of friends, get ready for my tricked out wish lists!

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Tagspire. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Tagspire.

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