Hello every one

I've had this site since about 2007. When I had a domain
for it I was making about $50. The site is free but it does
have art now on it I can pay extra so there name isn't on it.

This site is a personalized site for tee shirts,key chains, mugs
and so much more. Only thing is it takes a month for the person
to get the items.

I was thinking about giving it another try but i think the site
needs a hole new look.

I all so get points for people making there own website
which i can turn in to cash and buy items. I can all so
open a store where other people can get a free site or
paid one.

What would you all do with this site?

http://www.artsnow.com/wolfiesgoodies

Paying credit card debit off. Side hustles.
Saving money,coupons.
Bonnie Squires

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I will just be honest, the site looks a little outdated to me and really would need some work if you want to get it going strong.

And the 1 month wait time can be a big turn off in our day and age in which people are used to Amazon's two day shipping.

I would recommend going with something like Printful, the idea is the same, but the wait times are way less and they are more up to date.

Selling personalized items is a great way to earn some extra money, I would just recommend doing a little research and finding something a little more modern looking.

Bonnie Squires posted:

Hello every one

I've had this site since about 2007. When I had a domain
for it I was making about $50. The site is free but it does
have art now on it I can pay extra so there name isn't on it.

This site is a personalized site for tee shirts,key chains, mugs
and so much more. Only thing is it takes a month for the person
to get the items.

I was thinking about giving it another try but i think the site
needs a hole new look.

I all so get points for people making there own website
which i can turn in to cash and buy items. I can all so
open a store where other people can get a free site or
paid one.

What would you all do with this site?

http://www.artsnow.com/wolfiesgoodies

I agree with @Moore Income, the site does need a little work @Bonnie Squires. You may also want to look at registering an SSL certificate. And enable the https protocol. People are more likely to enter personal details like credit card details and email on a secure site. Hope this helps. 

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