It's my birthday!
I want to give you a little present. I want to give you the gift of getting-your-business-online.
For the next 12 hours, you can subscribe to the Indie Shopography eCourse for 50% off! Use coupon code HAPPYBIRTHDAY to get your discount.
Come join the fun, and let's get you ready to sell your creative products online! Buy now! >>
Now, I know there's a cocktail around here somewhere with my name on it...
One of my favorite things about the Indie Shopography eCourse is collaboration. I have met some of my favorite people online, and forming a community within my ecourse was a top priority for me so that others can find friends too. It's important that we foster relationships, chat with others about our troubles and successes, and share what we know.
This is why interaction is such a huge component of the Indie Shopography eCourse. Commenting and the forums are wonderful tools for sharing.
Another side of this sharing is getting input and knowledge from others. This can happen on a student level in the forums, but I also wanted to make sure it happened on a larger level.
So, I invited Piper Toth of one sydney road to be a part of this round of the Indie Shopography eCourse.
Piper is the owner of one sydney road, a happy place full of wonderfully curated items. She built her online boutique into a curated online pop-up shop designed to showcase and feature artists and shopkeeps from around the world.
Piper has a degree in small business entrepreneurship and a knack for creativity. She provides consulting, tips, and resources to creative entrepreneurs for getting their business, merchandise, and promotions on the same [forward] path.
During the third week of the Indie Shopography eCourse, Piper will be presenting the lesson on direct marketing. It will definitely be a treat for all who sign up!
Don't miss your chance to see Piper's lesson on direct marketing, and the rest of the lessons on the Indie Shopography syllabus. Registration is currently open, with today being the last day to take advantage of the early bird special. Register now! >>
A Little Recap
1. Know Your Purpose
Think of the one thing that you want your website to do that you couldn't live without. That's your purpose, and the one thing that every other website action will revolve around.
2. Do Your Research
There are lots of options for features, how your website will work, and where your site should be hosted. Do your research, know your options, and make the best decision for your business.
3. Content is King
Your content is the most important element of your website. Product photography and copy have to be spot on, and is more important that your website design.
Ready to learn more? Registration for the Indie Shopography eCourse is open, and ready for you!
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