Yeah, just what I need – one more place to have to keep up with. LOL
This one is intended for my side biz, for my jewelry. Actually I already have a link to it here, except it used to be my e-commerce site. I switched things around over the weekend, moved the e-commerce pages to a different folder (essentially making it invisible unless I give a direct link), and put the new blog on the main directory.
I created both an Artfire Studio (basic for now) and an Etsy shop, where I’ll eventually start posting items for sale – jewelry, polymer clay beads, etc.. The links to both are at the top of the page on that blog. I am also going to try out a plug-in I found for wordpress which allows one to host an e-commerce solution straight from the WP blog.
Technically I could re-list some of the stuff I had up previously at my e-commerce site, but I’d like to re-take the photos of a bunch of them with better lighting and backdrop and whatnot, before I do that. Plus I’m also trying to work on some polymer clay stuff to be able to sell as well. Once that is all ready I’ll put up another post here, as well as at the new blog, letting anyone who still drifts by here, know about it.
I know I’ve lost a lot of readers (geeze, do I even still have any at all? LOL) due to my extremely sporadic posting and even less frequent visitation and commenting at other blogs… And that’s ok with me, to be honest. It’s nothing less than I deserve for slacking like that. I’ll just have to work on posting more often, either here or at the other blog, and trying to visit other blogs. Unfortunately with the micromanagement at work looking over my shoulder for claims of excessive slacking there, i.e. surfing too much, it’s become even more difficult to do much of what I used to do from work – which was read others’ blogs and such. And because I’d rather work on things like, you know, building up a stock of jewelry and whatnot when I’m at home, that doesn’t leave a lot of time for blog surfing and posting on my own blog… Except when I’m in a creative funk, of course.
Talk about being spread thin.