Sunday, September 03, 2006

Online Art Gallery Adds Personal Touch to Website


Montreal, Quebec, Canada - September 5, 2006 -- Free Spirit Gallery, a Montreal based online art gallery specializing in Inuit and Northwest Native American Indian art, has made enhancements to its website by adding welcome messages by its founder as audio and video clips. Web surfers and potential customers can now see a real human face and voice behind this particular internet business.

Clint Leung, who created Free Spirit Gallery in 2004 says, “Many people are skeptical about websites in general and therefore hesitant to shop online since it’s difficult to tell which sites are legitimate and which ones are crooked. I decided to put a video clip of me online so potential customers can see who is responsible for the gallery. They can see that I am accountable for any business with us.”

Leung also added an audio only version of his welcome message as well as a photo of himself at Free Spirit Gallery’s ‘About Us’ webpage for visitors who do not have high speed internet access. He adds, “Too often, many internet businesses come across as faceless entities out there. By personalizing our website, we can help build people’s trust and comfort levels with us so that they will eventually become our customers. We can also be contacted anytime to help service them.”

So now at least Free Spirit Gallery can be among the current minority of internet businesses who have taken the brave steps to put real human faces out there in connection with their websites.

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About Free Spirit Gallery:

Free Spirit Gallery is an online gallery specializing in Inuit art and Northwest Native American art including carvings, sculptures as well as prints. Free Spirit Gallery has numerous information resource articles with photos of authentic Eskimo Inuit and Native Indian art as well as free eCards.

Contact Information:

Clint Leung
Free Spirit Gallery


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