Rosenberg, Roberta
January 2013
Crafts Report;Jan2013, Vol. 38 Issue 441, p40
The article gives tips on how to organize a crafts website homepage in order to attract more visitors and increase online sales. According to the author, well-designed site templates, clear logo and product details are essential. The author also states that in order to be successful the owner should invest in photography, sliders, good spelling and providing social media contact.


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