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Swooning Over Tiny Homes

"Fans of the Tiny House Listings site are no doubt familiar with Tiny House Swoon, a visual website geared towards highlighting some of the most beautiful, interesting and creative tiny houses out there. But more importantly, the website’s aim is to inspire its visitors and show them just how great a tiny house can be. If you haven’t visited the Tiny House Swoon site before, you can check it out here. It’s kind of like a highly concentrated tiny house Pinterest with larger photos and lots of original content.…Steven Harrell"
From Kent Griswold's Tiny House Blog

7 comments:

jparkes said...

Be prepared to pay for the visit to swoon, it's a nice site with great pics, but have your credit card handy to see them because they want .50 cents to see each house. That said, everyone deserves to be paid for their work...but instead of advertising Swoon is charging you to see those tiny house pictures...and i'm not sure how to feel about that.

Anonymous said...

It's actually $2.99 for an entire month to see all images on the site and the upcoming ones. I'd rather see all of the beautiful homes and skip a cup of coffee. There's nothing wrong with paying people for their time. Thanks for sharing this article!

Justin said...

I refuse to pay for pictures that can be seen elsewhere for free. I'd rather see some advertising. It doesn't hurt anyone to click on an ad every once in a while........

Lloyd Kahn said...

Not sure what you guys mean. When I go to the site linked to here, I can look at all the photos for free.

Anonymous said...

Lloyd,
did see a notice from Swoon, advising they will now be charging.
I had signed up for email updates, and day or so ago, got the "charge" update.

Justin said...

Lloyd, under each post you will see "See more photos and share" in red - click on that. Then you will see "To view all images and learn more about this tiny house, please purchase using TinyPass..." and it costs $.49 to view the rest, or $2.99 for 30 days to see all.
In my opinion, having been a problogger for many years this is a bad business model. It's not worth it to me personally.

jparkes said...

I will say it's a great site, and that the photography is really good.

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