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How to create a great craft website


Craft websites are meant to showcase handmade goods to their best advantage and for some some - to sell those goods. The hallmarks of a great craft website is usability and secondly, showcasing your products to their best advantage.

Here are some tips to do just that:

1. Take clear product pictures - taking your product pictures maybe great if you are handy with the camera, but for most people the best product pictures can be had through a professional photographer and oftentimes this is very affordable - We have priced per pictures from as low as 15.00/ per product photograph. And in case you are wondering what makes these pictures so special, consider the fact that those pictures have a bright white background, can be staged however you want them to be by the photographer.

2. useability is often a factor that is overlooked in the melle to shop for a great craft website. Your products should be easy to find and links should be clear, not hidden behind clever animation(such as flash type animations). And products when found should have clear, bright pictures. It helps especially if you have a website that sells small items to have a larger picture that the user can click on to have a better look at the item

Craft websites are meant to showcase handmade goods to their best advantage and for some some - to sell those goods. The hallmarks of a great craft website is usability and secondly, showcasing your products to their best advantage.

Here are some tips to do just that:

1. Take clear product pictures - taking your product pictures maybe great of you are handy with the camera, but for most people the best product pictures can be had through a professional photographer and oftentimes this is very affordable - We have priced per pictures from as low as 15.00/ per product photograph. And in case you are wondering what makes these pictures so special, consider the fact that those pictures have a bright white background, can be staged however you want them to be by the photographer.

2. useability is often a factor that is overlooked in the melle to shop for a greatCraft websites are meant to showcase handmade goods to their best advantage and for some some - to sell those goods. The hallmarks of a great craft website is usability and secondly, showcasing your products to their best advantage.

Here are some tips to do just that:

1. Take clear product pictures - taking your product pictures maybe great of you are handy with the camera, but for most people the best product pictures can be had through a professional photographer and oftentimes this is very affordable - We have priced per pictures from as low as 15.00/ per product photograph. And in case you are wondering what makes these pictures so special, consider the fact that those pictures have a bright white background, can be staged however you want them to be by the photographer.

2. useability is often a factor that is overlooked in the melle to shop for a great
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