Whether or not that is helpful to you is entirely up to you and your situation. What worked for me might not work for you. I am not an expert on anything listed below and don't claim to be. All I know is what my experience has been during the past year.
Here are a few areas that I am thinking about for my articles, in no particular order of importance:
Product Order Issues
Customer Has Ordered Issues
Product Issues and Product Pictures
Beginning Webpage Issues
Designing Your Webpage
Practical Business Matters
Images And Photo Storage Website Issues
Mailing List And Newsletter Issues
FREE Services and Other Website Customer Enticers
Search Engine Issues
WebRing and Topsite Issues
Banner Exchanges and Linking
Print Ads and National Advertising
On-line Craft Selling and Other Craft Selling
Publishing Your Website
Forum Issues and Networking
Blogs and Blogging
Other Revenue Opportunities
Now I Have A Website Issues
That's what I have in mind for right now? I'm sure my list will change as I go along. Hopefully, that will give you a good idea of some of the things I had to worry about before I set-up my website and all during the year as I went along.
If you're a small business crafter thinking about a website then I hope you'll find my articles and experiences useful.
As mentioned, I'm certainly not an expert on anything and don't claim to be. All of this is based upon my experiences as a small business crafter or the web during the last year. If you find that by my relaying my experiences to you that it is helpful - that's great. If it saves you time that would also be great. I'd be happy that I could help.
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