Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Southern Ontario, Canada
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Looks OK, I'd get better quality images through - fuzzy or low DPI images always bother me on websites.
In all honesty, given as how the website is a business venture, I'd pay someone to build it for you. Personally (and please don't take this the wrong way), when I see a "DIY" website, hosted on a free web service, topped off with "Make your own free website like this one" type advertisements, my opinion of the business is much lower.
A proper domain name of your own and a nice crisp website and lots of good quality photos will make people realize that you've invested some time (and yes, money) in your product. With websites, first impressions count. ;)
A hosting plan can be had for a few bucks a month - many will give you your first .com address free, and you can register a domain-tied email address (Yourname@yourwebsiteaddress.com) as well, which looks much more professional vs a Hotmail, Gmail, AOL etc etc email address. Website builders aren't hard to come across either, just be sure to make sure you preview the site before forwarding payment as you want to make sure that your expectations are met.