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Old 10-04-2005, 02:17 AM
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Hi,
I'm Looking for feedback on what features are important for a seed or
plant trading website.

I'd like to know if there are any good web sites that people have tried
and have had good experience with? Or are there newsgroups that
specialize in trading? Perhaps there are some Books or FAQs that help
the uninitiated like myself. I did get some good advise on some
excellent australian sites, I'm particularly interested in websites for
the US, Canada and UK markets as these all have zips which allow you to
look up fellow garden sellers in your area.

The reason for all this research is my wife set up a site two weeks ago,
mostly as chance to play around with some open source software
technologies. But we'd really like to set something that would be
useful (and free) to the casual seed trader.

Your candid feedback would be very much appreciated

Thanks!
Conor Redmond
http://www.gardennut.com

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Old 10-04-2005, 07:15 PM
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check out the www.gardenweb.com site.
Jackie
"Conor Redmond" wrote in message
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Hi,
I'm Looking for feedback on what features are important for a seed or
plant trading website.

I'd like to know if there are any good web sites that people have tried
and have had good experience with? Or are there newsgroups that
specialize in trading? Perhaps there are some Books or FAQs that help
the uninitiated like myself. I did get some good advise on some
excellent australian sites, I'm particularly interested in websites for
the US, Canada and UK markets as these all have zips which allow you to
look up fellow garden sellers in your area.

The reason for all this research is my wife set up a site two weeks ago,
mostly as chance to play around with some open source software
technologies. But we'd really like to set something that would be
useful (and free) to the casual seed trader.

Your candid feedback would be very much appreciated

Thanks!
Conor Redmond
http://www.gardennut.com



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Old 16-04-2005, 07:04 AM
Conor Redmond
 
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J. Davidson wrote:
check out the www.gardenweb.com site.
Jackie
"Conor Redmond" wrote in message
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Hi,
I'm Looking for feedback on what features are important for a seed or
plant trading website.

I'd like to know if there are any good web sites that people have tried
and have had good experience with? Or are there newsgroups that
specialize in trading? Perhaps there are some Books or FAQs that help
the uninitiated like myself. I did get some good advise on some
excellent australian sites, I'm particularly interested in websites for
the US, Canada and UK markets as these all have zips which allow you to
look up fellow garden sellers in your area.

The reason for all this research is my wife set up a site two weeks ago,
mostly as chance to play around with some open source software
technologies. But we'd really like to set something that would be
useful (and free) to the casual seed trader.

Your candid feedback would be very much appreciated

Thanks!
Conor Redmond
http://www.gardennut.com





Thanks I liked the gardenweb site. It seemed to allow me to post free
messages for trading seeds and plants which is exactly what I was
looking for.

Cheers
Conor Redmond
http://www.gardennut.com


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