New Website: EmilyMurphy.com

I’ve been a very busy potter lately. Busy on the computer, that is.

I have totally redone my website. It’s still a bit of a work in process, but it’s complete enough that I wanted to share it with all of you. Take a look: emilymurphy.com

I’ve been patiently waiting for someone who owned the domain, emilymurphy.com to let it expire. There was never anything done with it, so I had hope. Finally, it was free for me to buy and I jumped on the chance. I had been wanting to do the site for a while, but I kept putting it off (with excuses like, I should be making pots). But then we had a major server crash and my site was down and not easily retrieved. I had a deadline for a wedding registry that I needed to have online, so I dove in and did it. I guess that’s how you need to do it. Stop thinking that you should do it one day, for months and years on end. Just dive in and begin. (This is something that I often tell myself.)

There is still some content that I’m planning on adding, and I haven’t done all of the SEO yet, but it’ll happen in time. I’m also planning on moving my blog over from Blogger to WordPress sometime soon. It’ll coordinate nicely with my new site too. So much to do… so little time… But for now, I’m pretty happy with it and wanted to share it, albeit a work in progress.

6 thoughts on “New Website: EmilyMurphy.com

  1. Congratulations on your new site and all your hard work. Love your gallery page – will take some time to peruse your new site in depth.

    Wondering why you will switch to wordpress? Seems like a lot of hard work – yikes.

  2. You have really been working hard! Your website & blog are fabulous. Hope it gets lots of traffic & sales. Good job.

  3. looks great….and i definitely understand what goes into getting a website up and running and tweaked and re-tweaked. congratulations.

    i’d love to hear about how the transition from blogger to wordpress goes.

    -keith

  4. I like the look and feel of the website; similar to what I have in mind for mine, when I actually get around to it . . .

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