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  1. #11
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    @louisan,

    I will try to use Dotster next time for hosting. thank you for that lead.

    I checked out "Shopify" and don't thing that for a new business, a $79.00 per month, cost for the hosting, is a prudent move.

    I will try to put up a Facebbok page in the next week or two.

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    Hi Slurp,

    I do understand that, but since I am taking a more Educational Twist, the content is taking some time to gather.

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    Hi @JohnD18,

    I do not think that I possess the skill set to adapt a WordPress site, off of the shelf, to meet my needs.

    I have built other websites in the past and was instructed by my Website Designer to select a WordPress template, but I wasn't doing the heavy lifting So-to-Speak. I don't think that I could so that. I need a more interactive website building tool, untilI can pay a designer.
    Right now my funds are being allocated to, paying for packaging artwork, setting up my Cupping Displays and buying Coffee.

    I will check out Bluehost, for Hosting.

  4. #14
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    Hello! As a beginner in business, I suggest that you come up with a facebook page. That's what I did when I have an online shop then later on a boutique of my own.

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    Thank you @MissPiggy, I will be doing that first as it is easier.

  6. #16
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    I used an outfit named Website Design and Management in Maryland, Virginia & DC - iMAGN Media for my roasting website. James, the owner, is very kind, patient, and extremely helpful. And very reasonable for the amount of time he put into the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChefDavid View Post
    @louisan,

    I will try to use Dotster next time for hosting. thank you for that lead.

    I checked out "Shopify" and don't thing that for a new business, a $79.00 per month, cost for the hosting, is a prudent move.

    I will try to put up a Facebbok page in the next week or two.

    Shopify is $29 a month, I would research the options more carefully.

  8. #18
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    Hope I'm not jumping in too late to be of assistance.

    For transparency sake, my name is Nick Green and I work with my father Steve Green of Mill City Roasters.

    Long ago, I got suckered into the illustrious life of a web developer, and have been helping family, friends, and clients for years.

    I would definitely recommend either Shopify or Wordpress. Both platforms are capable of easy, but extensive, customization.

    Wordpress will be cheaper month to month, as it is a free software provided with a wide range of free or paid "add-ons". Shopify is a paid service, but can be incredibly worth the ease of administration and selling. If your plan is to see enough where $30-$60 dollars is inconsequential, I would recommend Shopify.

    That being said, I am, at my core skill set, a Wordpress developer. Wordpress will provide a wider range of options off the bat for free, with better expansion opportunities down the road.

    If you have any more questions, please ask. I'm sure that a thread full of website advice will be used often on a forum of budding artisans.

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    (as for ecommerse) I think better will be using http://getsocio.com/


    And what about facebook page, I see https://getsocio.com/support/facebook-page
    Last edited by LukasCerny; 06-30-2016 at 01:25 AM.

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    My business partner and I recently opened a small restaurant. For advertising, we have attracted all methods known to us. But in the beginning we turned to specialists to create a high-quality design of our web site. I can recommend this service to you https://gapsystudio.com/service/web-design/ They create a high-quality and beautiful design to suit your needs, your type of business, take into account your expectations.
    Last edited by dark_sun; 03-23-2019 at 01:59 PM.

 

 
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