Hi--- Thought I'd get some opinions on doing marketing for my animal photography business (or lack thereof)... I am trying to figure if it's me, the economy, or ???? Basically, here's where I am: Did a booth at a dog-related fair recently...first time out, had different framed prints and merchandise of my pet portraits. Everyone LOVED everything, which was great. Had TONS of people all day. I was giving away coupons, my spring pricing brochure, and running a drawing for a free session and 5x7. I had close to 80 entrants. BUT, so far, I cannot even give away the *****ing prize! The winner was notified twice, no response. Then I pulled more names at random, told them they have a free session and 5x7, and got one response. Another batch of about 15 entrants were notified they have a free session, no strings attached, and I got zero responses. SO...I have about 50 more contact names I can do something with...but WHAT? These are people that on their own entered their info because they loved my stuff, and now I feel like I'm trying to run a scam or something. Getting frustrated. I have also been sending nice letters of introduction to vets, groomers, etc. (about 20 so far) about hanging my framed portraits in their places for free, or having my brochures available on their counter in trade for free photography for them, and I got one "maybe"... I am NOT wanting to go the route of the "$10 picture with your pet day" at the local pet shop, it's not my style on alot of levels. So, anyone have any advice, ideas, or anything? Thanks in advance.