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martspic66 4 2 2 United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 7:47PM
I have recently launched my own website and would be interested in the thoughts and comments of my fellow EPZ users, some of whom may have been around this block for longer than I have! I hope over time to start selling images but mainly for now at least its more about having somewhere to display work and hopefully people will like it enough to either come back again or, wonder of wonders Grin purchase work from me. Anyway I hope you like it, its a Clikpic-based site, the editing of which is a bit trying - for me anyway - but I'm broadly content with it so far. The address is www.lightlifeimages.co.uk



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AnneWorner 10 620 43 United States
23 Jan 2013 8:12PM
Don't have a website but I've bookmarked yours - I've become such a fan Smile
Eastlands 6 760 4 Northern Ireland
23 Jan 2013 8:18PM
Looks good to me, have been with Clikpic for a few years now, you get used to the setup, check my site out at www.johnhughesphotography.co.uk, John
779HOB 5 1.2k United Kingdom
23 Jan 2013 8:19PM
My only advice for anyone creating a website is know who you are aiming it at. I recently gutted mine as I realised that over the years what I did was changing and the people visiting the site wanted something different to what I was giving them.
Lucian 7 562
23 Jan 2013 8:20PM
I have had up to 15 clikpic sites at the same time. Some of them index better than others.

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