Website With No Contact Info – Why?

Many people make great websites and then make it hard for folks to contact them. BAD!

In this day and age, it is a crime to not have a website. All businesses need one and all author/book titles need one. What makes me angry the most, is when a business has a great website and NO CONTACT INFORMATION ON IT!

What happens when you want to contact them about a question you have? There is no way to do it! So the customer or ME goes away really angry and they have lost a sale.

Would it be so difficult to have an email for questions? The biggest perpetrators? Media and press. They must think you will use the hours in the day sending them stupid emails. Here is a tip – you can throw away emails that aren’t legitimate or just not open them! SIMPLE.

Who are the dummies that design these websites? BAD use of technology. If you think it is important enough to have a website then you should make full use of it.

Barbe Awalt

June 16-18: Sacred Art Market, Gallup Cathedral
July 15: Lavender in the Village, Los Ranchos Agri Center
Nov 4, 2017: Tempe Book Festival, Tempe AZ Public Library

HENRIETTA CHRISTMAS & PAUL RHETTS ("The Basic Genealogy Checklist")
June 8: Los Alamos Genealogy Society, 7pm "Genealogy Tips"
June 24: Treasure House Books, Albuquerque Old Town 1-3pm "Basic Genealogy Checklist: 101 Tips & Tactics to Finding Your Family History"
August 12: Tome on the Range, Las Vegas, NM 12 noon and 4pm

LORETTA HALL ("Miguel & Michelle Visit Spaceport America:" "The Space Buff's Bucket List;" "Space Pioneers;" and "Out of this World")
June 10: Bookworks, 11am. 4022 Rio Grande Blvd ABQ
July 13: OASIS, 1:00-2:30, "What Sex Differences Mean for Space Travel"

SLIM RANDLES ("The Cowboy Bucket List;" "Old Jimmy Dollar;" "Home Country;" etc.)
June 25: Treasure House, 1-3pm Albuquerque Old Town; "The Cowboy Bucket List"

June 13: Osher Lifelong Learning Institute class "Downsizing and Organizing for End-of-Life issues," Del Webb Alegria, Bernalillo, NM, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
June 17: Albuquerque Death Cafe, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Email for information.
June 20: "Funeral Planning for Those Who Don't Plan to Die" at the VA Medical Center in Albuquerque. (closed to the public)
July 12: "Jewish Funeral Traditions on Film" presented through Osher Lifelong Learning Institute; 1:00-3:00 p.m.
July 28: The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute class "Laughing and Learning," 1:00-3:00 p.m.