Missing In Action

by Charlotte Colmon

I'm not going to bore you with the details, but I've been missing in action for the past couple of weeks thanks to the joys of technology. Who would have thought that routers and wireless Internet cards would be so complicated that you could take out your Internet access for a while.

But, now that I've got my technology troubles under control, I'm going to start providing the content I promised based on the opinion poll. The first new article will be in a separate blog post so it's easier to find.

In other news, I'm also looking to completely redefine the products I offer here on the site. So instead of having a large product package with lots of bonuses, I'm going to be chunking the product down into smaller pieces at a much reduced price. That way, you'll be able to get more targeted information based on your exact needs instead of a complete general business guide package.

And, I'll be offering a lot of the bonuses for free on the site! I've decided that the best way to interact and provide value here at QuiltingBusiness.com is to deliver a lot of great free information. Over the next few weeks I'll be figuring out which products or bonuses will be free, and also repackaging a lot of the content so the information is in the $3 – $17 range – much more affordable and more highly targetted.

I'm also thinking about doing a workshop where I'll work with a limited number of students over a 7 week period to develop your own quilting business web site. This will not be cheap, but at the end of the course you'll have a web site that is easy to update and should do well in the search engines.

I'd love to hear your thoughts on the new direction, and would also like suggestions as to what you'd like to see for special reports or short guides that I can deliver on the cheap.

I'll keep you posted…

Chuck

{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

Anonymous March 13, 2008 at 4:39 am

Please do not publish my name.

I have started a small quilting buisness, but have to create the market – Quilters-. Thus far it has been great! I have started to teach and the word is spreading. At first, I thought is best to ‘start low’, now I realize I have to increase my cost. How much should one charge per hour or per session.

I would be interested in your 7 week course to develop a quilting web-site.

Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks.

Kay Rogers March 13, 2008 at 10:05 pm

I am super-excited about your new 7 week course. How soon can we sign up? If I’ve already missed the boat, please put me first on the waiting list for the second one!!

Thanks.

Kay

P.S. I really like this new format.

Conni March 14, 2008 at 8:04 pm

I am interested in the course you are talking about. I would like more into to see if I can afford it.

Thanks

Conni C
Ohio

Linda March 14, 2008 at 10:16 pm

I am interested in the course you are talking about as well. Please email me additional information to include pricing.

Thank you!

Linda

Love the new format!

Darla Ebenroth March 15, 2008 at 8:09 am

Would like more info. Thanks, Darla

Donna Smith March 15, 2008 at 2:31 pm

I Would like to know more about this seven week course, time, date,cost,etc. Thanks, Donna

Dianna March 15, 2008 at 4:52 pm

I am very interested in this course as well. Also would like time, cost etc. I love your site. It is most helpful and lots of food for though.

Thanks,
Dianna

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