Closing web site

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by stripes, Dec 31, 2006.

  1. stripes

    stripes Member

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    Web Site

    I am working on the site now! It will be the same address; www.modelrailstructures.com

    Thanks,
    David
  2. jbaakko

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    David, you can allways host the tutorials on my site... thats what its there for!
  3. iis612

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    Have you thought about setting up an ecommerce shop that warehouses and ships from the states? That may help get around some of the redundancy is shipping into Canada, then back to the states. It may also cut a large chunk of your shipping costs. Just a thought, as I have no idea what that setup could cost.
  4. stripes

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    Warehousing

    It sounds good untill you factor in taxes and overhead for 2 countries! Not ready to be a multi national company yet!sign1

    Thanks for the idea though!
    David

    PS. Am developing the new site at this time! If anyone is interested please email me and I will put you on my newsletter list, so when I am back up you will recieve notice. Also I will post in the forums for folks to check out my new and (hopefully improved) site!
  5. fsm1000

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    Why not put that stuff on googlepages? It is free, and does not have spyware like freewebs does.
    This way you can still offer the titorials etc and not pay for the bandwidth :D:D:D
    Just make the tutorial link to the googlepages wensite is all. :)
    I hope that helps.