I put together a site for "david lee jeweler" using a site called
"Builderspot". It does have its issues, though I found them to be
minor. It puts together a very user friendly site. Combine ease of
navigation and great pictures and I'd say you've got a pretty good
website. You do not have to use the builderspot tag in your web
address- it all depends on how you set it up.
They have a great selection of tools and features you can use if you
choose. They have a lot of e-commerce tools, such as setting up an
online store, handling your orders and all of the details that come
with that, marketing options, e-mail accounts, and on and on. I can
create a number of different types of pages, such as message boards,
password protected pages, catalog pages, photo albums, contact
lists, guest book, newsletters, etc. I'm sure there are things you
can't do with Builderspot, but they do have a great deal of variety
They are also Mac compatible (mostly), and that was huge for me.
We've gotten a lot of positive comments on our site. Sign up for
their trial period to really see what the site can do. If you don't
like it, you just don't buy in.
david lee jeweler