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121  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / domain name and web hosting? advice please! on: October 28, 2004 04:15:02 PM
So I'm taking the plunge and registering a domain name for my website... (I've been using a free hosting service up until now, but decided I needed a more professional appearance to increase my sales).

Anyone have any suggestions for the best hosting service for a growing business (or hopefully growing?) I've been using bravenet... anyone have any good/bad experiences with them? it's definitely got the cheapest basic hosting package... but I'm not sure exactly what I need as far as services. Anyone know any really good (and cheap) website hosts? What do I need to look for to determine if a host is good/bad? Any advice would be appreciated!

122  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Get Product and Website Opinions / new site, how to get my name out? on: October 27, 2004 03:51:13 PM
Hello -

I've been making my own accessories for a year or so now, but have been selling them strictly on ebay until recently, as ebay doesn't allow me to sell my items at much of a profit at all. So, I've set up a website to sell my stuff there, but I don't know how to get started advertising. I am currently a college student and have very little money to spend on advertising, but I want to get my name out there somehow. I'd love suggestions and tips on how to do so.

Anyone who's willing to take a look at my site and give me criticism would be appreciated. Pictures, colors, navigation, graphics, text... anything. I want to do whatever I can do make my site more user friendly and appealing. Please let me know.


Thank you all for your time!
123  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Trouble with grosgrain ribbon belts on: May 10, 2004 08:05:23 PM
I've been trying to make some of those grosgrain ribbon belts that are all over the place now, and I made one by hand that turned out pretty nice. I finally invested in a sewing machine, but now that I'm trying to use that, I can't seem to get the two layers (I'm sewing two ribbons together, back and front) to line up nicely... it seems like no matter how carefully I'm sewing, the edges always get messed up. Any suggestions on how to prevent this? I'm sewing a layer of grosgrain and a layer of satin ribbon together, if that makes a difference. Would some sort of glue work to hold it into place? Thanks!
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