Many companies will look at a web venture and say, 'What now?' I look at my website and I say, 'What's next?'
Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 14, 2009
One of the great aspects of the internet is the ability to shop whenever one feels like it. The freedom of shopping whenever it's convenient has also opened the doors for artisans to make their wares available to a much wider audience. Enter Marianne Law.
Law is the proprietor of http://www.AmazingSilverWorld.com, a web store that specializes in a variety of silver jewelry. "There is something here for everyone from handmade silver earrings and bracelets to sterling silver necklaces," she said.
Starting off as a makeshift web designer in her own right, Law launched Amazing Silver World in November 2008 and for the new year, she's re-launched the website with the intention of adding new products as well as expanding the site's features.
In keeping with the times, Law has recently started the fashion jewelry website http://www.AmazingSilverWorldBlog.com. The blog gives tips on how to find the right gift for someone to exploring the positive attributes of handmade silver bracelets and necklaces.
"It's very important to have a voice and to utilize that voice in a well-mannered way," explained Law. "The blog is a way for us to communicate ways for people to take care of their jewelry, as well as feature some new trends and styles that are gaining traction in the fashion world."
While many jewelry stores have ignored the vast possibilities of building an audience through web portals, Law has fully embraced it, not only through interacting with interested parties via her blog, but also displaying the diverse and unique styles that the jewelry on her site reflects.
"I don't have a negative though in my head and I'm a very positive person," said Law. "Many companies will look at a web venture and say, 'What now?' I look at my website and I say, 'What's next?'"
About the Company:
AmazingSilverWorld.com is owned by Marianne Law and is a part of Caleb Web Services, Inc, from which it receives its namesake from Law's grandson. Regular donations, which come from sales, go to Autism Speaks.