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« on: January 18, 2011 05:23:40 AM »

 Grin hi i was just wondering if anyone knows how to set up a web sit for my crafts and me if you have any idea please help lol . im sorry if this ant were i should post this have an awsum crafting day.
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hollys
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2011 04:12:41 PM »

I set mine up on etsy and artfire myself.  I didn't see a reason to go to the trouble of a custom web page when I was just starting out.  Just make sure you pick a good shop name and spell it right because you can't change it once you've got it.
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« Reply #2 on: February 10, 2011 12:37:11 AM »

I'm in the middle of creating a Weebly website. I don't have a credit card for Etsy, and despite PayPal supposedly changing how it works, I'm fed up with research and REALLY don't want a credit card EVER.

Weebly is free, setting it up is pretty intuitive, but creating the pages-within-pages thing is giving me a headache...
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« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2011 04:12:44 PM »

You don't need a credit card for PayPal. A checking account is all you need. And I suggest you set up a separate account dedicated solely to PayPal transfers so you transfer the money to other accounts that PayPal doesn't have access to. Just in case.
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« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2011 05:08:16 PM »

You don't need a credit card for PayPal. A checking account is all you need. And I suggest you set up a separate account dedicated solely to PayPal transfers so you transfer the money to other accounts that PayPal doesn't have access to. Just in case.

That's a GREAT suggestion!

Aside, I need the CC for Etsy. PayPal has changed their format so you don't need a premier account if you run your own web business, they simply charge a percentage commission plus $0.30 per deposit whether you use an email invoice or a PayPal shopping cart (which is DANG cool!). Last I checked, Etsy requires a CC to pay your listing fees and commission, probably just in case you empty out your PayPal account. AND, PayPal still charges you per deposit, so you actually pay twice for one transaction if you go through Etsy.
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