So I am not (read NOT) a technical guru whiz guy... no, I'm not. I wish I knew more, and I am constantly learning. But often the more I learn the less I feel I know.
For years people have been urging me to make my own web page. Ha! Easier said than done. However, at BoundlessGallery.com they have a foolproof (yes, I still made a mess!) site builder, and I am taking advantage of the 'free' 30 day trial~ you can admire my efforts here.
Being so web ignorant (yes, I have researched, but everybody everywhere has 'the best deal'), I am confused. I bet some reading this know a lot. I bet they just might take a minute to comment. I bet some have really good ideas and suggestions (probably: Use me, I have the best deal' !).
As I see it, BoundlessGallery is good because it is easy, relatively cheap ($6.95 per month), and links in with their own site, so you upload to their site, get exposure there, and the images and information automatically are added to your website. It's bad because it is not really just $6.95~ when someone buys something, there is a 10% fee. Also, it is not really your own website~ I don't think you can put links etc. And people always get redirected to BoundlessGallery~ like if they click on checkout without having made any selections, they jump off the website to BoundlessGallery.
So what is the best option for someone who just wants a simple site to feature their art work, and to offer a straightforward, pleasant shopping experience? I wonder.