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PostSubject: Re: Advice on getting a website   Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:15 pm

I love my site! I have family all over and they can access the site and order.
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PostSubject: Re: Advice on getting a website   Tue May 31, 2011 12:49 am

AHHH....I remember...you are the one that posted in the other forum about what the benefit of having one was and that you just didn't think it was worth $10. HAHA I remember thinking to myself that if you asked that question then you didn't need one! HAHA

OK, I'll quit poking fun now. Razz And yes to your questions. You just advertise your url and when people go to it and order, then it shows up on your end! I have gotten several orders from mine, but I blog and am on Facebook a lot, so i really try to get my name out there. You don't really have to "add" them as a customer. If you want to keep track of your customers or add them to a newsletter list, you can view their info by looking at their order on your back end and then making a note of their info.

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PostSubject: Advice on getting a website   Thu May 19, 2011 5:13 pm

Okay, now don't laugh when you read this, but I still haven't signed up for the SR personal website (so anti-technology).......but am thinking about it now............................what do I really need to know............................what bugs have you figured out....................................is it really as simple as give out my URL, a customer orders from it, and the order shows up in my downline? How do I end up 'entering them in as a customer?...................................I have a few remote/catalog parties coming up and think it's time to bite the bullet............any tips would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
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