I recently happened upon one jewelry maker’s blog where she was discussing a recent email she received from another crafter. The email helpfully suggested her current backgrounds for her jewelry pictures were detracting from her pieces. It was nice to see that the blog owner took this constructive criticism and was rethinking all of her […]
There have been numerous studies that claim a website has only a scant few seconds to grab the surfer’s attention and keep them on your site. I have unfortunately noticed a trend with many crafting websites that use shop software to run the site – the sites take forever, I mean like 5 minutes or […]
Professionals have no fear of me ever taking over their industry. My skills just don’t stack up. There’s just too many settings and features for me to fully understand. I do OK but I’ll never be known for my work. Many who sell their wares on the Internet have the same problem that I do, […]
When it comes to most things in life, it’s the children who often can quickly get to the heart of the matter. They are still too young and innocent to worry about political correctness, ego, or sometimes even being polite. With their bottom lip stuck out in a pout, children will often say in response […]
Yes, content is king, but is there such a thing as too much? This question was asked in one of the forums I frequent and the answers were quite varied. I thought I would throw out for anyone who’s interested my thoughts on the subject.
I know, I keep talking about making descriptions descriptive. It seems to be something that many who sell their products online need reminding of. A recent forum thread had the original poster asking for adjectives. She felt she needed some new ones as she was wearing out awesome, cool, beautiful, and a few others. Oh, […]