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Old 01-03-2008, 04:27 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by Mike View Post
What platform and browser are you using?
Oh my! I wasn't thinking. I use Firefox on XP. But I set my font very high. So looking at it again, with adjustments, I found the font too small on the linked pages and in the link bar of the home page. But I have a high default due to my different notions about size. Still, you might review the size options a little more.

Originally Posted by Mike View Post
Mmm, expensive is a relative term...I'm still pondering that one.
Well, my impression was that you are expensive -- but there could be cultural factors involved -- I don't think so, but maybe. I think you still need a comfortable invite on how the viewer conceives your pricing. If it suits how you do things, I would say you might give indication of a flexible price range, but that can be swayed to what works best for you. Still, then you draw the buyer into thinking more about the factors involved with price, which can turn out to be an advantage for both of you.

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