Friday, September 5, 2008

How To Navigate This Business Blog

Hello everyone. Today, I'd like to explain to you why our blog business presence here is so unconventional. Standard business sites, as you know, contain links from their homepages to internal links of products and order forms. We are a small, grass-roots graphic design company that simply cannot afford business webhosting yet. So, we put up this blog that links to images of our work stored online at four popular photo sharing websites. Lastly, for inquiries and orders, we offer a simple email us option. For transactions, we prefer PayPal because orders and refunds can be performed very easily and securely. By year's end, we hope to put up a standard business website at

Although this method is unconventional, we do take our business seriously and wish to abide by traditional, tried and true business ethics of providing first class products, service, and warranty. Our business model is simple, based on the philosophy of John Wesley: "Earn all you can, save all you can, and give all you can." We try to provide priests the worldover great Latin and English altar cards and other materials they need to celebrate the Traditional Mass. So, please bear with us as we grow and learn.

This Blogger blog is the hub of our online "spokes" of online product image galleries that are constantly growing as we develop new projects. The photo sharing websites include Picasa, Flickr, Photobucket, and Zooomr. Even our catalog is stored online at these sites as pictures. Image galleries are great because newly released designs, like our line of Large Print Altar Cards, Standard Red and Standard Gray Requiem altar cards, and Anglican English altar cards can be found immediately via search engines. Then, when directed here, customers can visit our first-class retailers, Adoremus Books and Church Supply Warehouse, to review their listings. Many designs are so new that our retailers have not yet had a chance to list them for sale. But, if you see something you like, just ask about them at Adoremus or Wheaton Religious Gifts (Church Supply Warehouse). Or, you can purchase directly from us.

Recently, we have added spokes to our downloadable altar cards and materials in Google Docs. And, last but not least, we feature some great resource links and blogs you will surely find useful.

This set-up was the best way that we could think of to put up our business online at no-cost. If you have any trouble navigating, please write us and we will answer your questions.

Thanks again for your patience.

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