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I would like to give credit to the Open Source and Private Sector resources that helped me to learn how to:

Design a website, 


Target our seo so that we are able to maintain a number one position on Google for "ceramic birds" and first page position for some of our other relevant search terms


Learn to make a video and add the sound track as you see above:

Special Thanks to the Open Source Community goes to :

http://www.3schools.com for their excellent tutorials on html. css, xml- and more.
Amaya.com for its online web page designer ap


Joomla.com and Gantry,framework.org  for their eCommerce templates

WAMPSERVER for its desktop server app.


ccmixter.com, Freesound.org, Free-Loops.com, incompetech.com for their invaluable music and sound resources


Creative Commons for their legal resources




Special Thanks to the Private Sector Community goes to :

Rocket Theme for its templates and tutorials offered at a reasonable subscription fee

Adobe for its great reasonably priced subscription to its creative suite

infusionSoft for its small business ecommerce app with many different resources that we have yet to learn. Since we started using InfusionSoft, we have seen a steady growth in our email mailing list. Some of the resources available on InfusionSoft, which we have not yet explored included apps for social networking sales representation.

KickStarter.com for hosting online fundraisers available to private sector businesses

And special thanks to numerous other online resources that enabled learning how to put all of this together.

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