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I promised to show you my new website and the type of art I hope to sell online. I finally have enough of it done to have something to share with you. The look of the website will change, but the bones are there, and everything is working.
The website is built on Squarespace, the printing is done by Printful, and the buy button comes from Shopify. I mentioned these companies in my video but I’m not in any way associated with them. I just wanted you to know which products I’m using to get my art store online. There are certainly other options, but these are the ones I’m working with.
After watching the video, you can check out my new website and see how it looks at https://www.JonniGood.com
If you’d like to learn more about designing a website on Squarespace, I recommend starting here. I’ve been able to use several of Anjelica’s tips in my own site, and her videos convinced me to use Squarespace instead of sticking with WordPress. I’m glad I did.
And for a different take on selling prints through Printful, check out Dave Conrey’s latest video.
And now for the hard part – getting the word out so people can actually find my new site!
Be sure an tell me what you think. Any suggestions would be welcome.