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#1
 Been following this work at home discussion and I'm surprised
 that no one has mentioned what are perhaps the three most
 critical factors of a home shop:  1) Security, 2) Security and
 3) Security.   People are breaking into homes, 

Yes, Along with using a POBox, I would highly recommend keeping
a 100+ lb. rottwieler on hand. They do wonders for peace of mind.
Works for me!

Amy O’Connell
http://www.ezmo.com/amy


#2

i work from home, and mostly sell via web site, or rarely, i do
a show. due to disabilities which frustrate me more than
anything, i try really hard to not have customers come here to
pick up ordered goodies. we do however, have a 112lb. Rhodesian
Ridgeback Hound, from the father dog, PC from Fire Mountain Gems,
cave junction, oregon…

Karat is a wus, she barks as she retreats, or at the fence the
day after the neighbor mows his lawn, but she is impressive.

pat



missing child information
http://members aol.com/somebdychd/index.html


#3
   i work from home, and mostly sell via web site, or rarely,
i do a show.

Hi Pat, I dont mean to excessively whine, but after my recent
ArtStreet show bomb, I would like to be able to depend more on my
web site and less on shows and custom work clients coming to my
home. I would love to hear how you handle your web site sales.
I havent made much effort to direct traffic to my site as far as
search engines go, mainly just a word of mouth to my email
clients who I offer an incentive to buy online. Thanks for your
thoughts

tlee

ps my standard poodle was a 70 lb wuss too! I sure miss him…


#4

Tlee said: I havent made much effort to direct traffic to my
site as far as search engines go, mainly just a word of mouth to
my email clients

Ignore search engine placement at your own peril. Search engine
placement techniques (that work) have a fairly steep learning
curve but are IMNSHO the most important thing you can do to
contribute to success of an online sales venture.

Dorothy in Denver