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post #1 of 12 Old 07-30-2008, 08:28 AM Thread Starter
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Hi everyone.
I updated my web site and need feed back. Be honest and tell me what you think. don't worry I can handle the critisim,,,I've been married
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Link I did not see it in your profile.
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...and what website might that be?
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OK I goofed web site is
www.woodandwax.net
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Hi Oak!

Your site is great...very easy to navigate around...You do beautiful work...I have a few suggestions....

Maybe put some prices on the pieces of furniture that you show made. It will give others an idea of what that piece goes for and entice them to send you an emailfor an order or just an inquiry. Custom is custom and people will realize that is to be priced differently. When I'm browsing sites, the ones that don't have prices I'll move onto another site most likeley instead of sending an email and waiting for a response, unless its something that I really like and then I'll take the time to shoot an email.

Your wifes candles may I suggest prices there and the size of those candles..And are they soy or parrafin? And what scents are the candles available in also.
Ask me how I know? lol I have my own custom soy candle line and I sell to stores....

Other than that, your very informative on what you do and your site is very inviting...

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Looks pretty good Oakdust,

But if I were to use your services (I'm definitely your average customer), I would want to see the pictures in more light (like daylight) so I could see the grain.
In a couple of those pics I couldn't tell if it was 1830's walnut or walmart (four poster headboard).
Obviously you do a good job, it's just hard to see in a few of the pictures.

Other than that... I like it.
Looks good.
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Great idea on the candles, I think I will create a page just for them. I never thought about taking the pics in the sun to increase detail, another great idea. Thanks guys
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Very nice - you do good work!! Especially liked the music
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OK.... Green Onions will be in my head all day, but that's great!!

Good site... Not too cumbersome and easy to get around.

I cut that board three times and it's STILL too short!!!...
http://www.geocities.com/capt9992002
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BT & THE MG's great song nice site nice work also.
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Not bad but....

in the services section I would lighten the letters. They are hard to read.
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Nice site. Love the tune.

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