Is your passion antiques & collectibles, not internet marketing?
The Collector's Marketing Resource Center provides creative solutions for successful websites
I provide collectors with creative solutions for successful websites.

What you need to create your website.

What you need to promote your website.

Creative advice from me on all kinds of web stuff.

What's This Worth?
Here's how to use the Internet to research the value of your potentially priceless antiques & collectibles.

World Fairs
World's Fair collecting offers collectors of all kinds an opportunity to share common ground.

Good Reading
Here's a bunch of good books, newsletters and resources for selling antiques & collectibles online.

These are some cool pictures from the 1904 World's Fair.

This is really me!
Jim Crawford
Internet Marketing
Trying to figure out this whole web thing can be overwhelming. There are so many websites, so many options, so much to read. Learning about web design, graphics, low cost web hosting, optimization and promotion takes a lot of effort and time - time collectors would rather spend buying and selling antiques and collectibles.

Let me help. It's what I do.

I'm online everyday, reading all I can about Internet Marketing, design and promotion. I've been at this web game for many years now, and I've managed to learn a few things, which I am happy to share with you.

The most valuable lesson I've learned is that you must "Give, then receive." So that's what I do. My goal is not to develop your website for you, but provide you with the information you need to do the work yourself.


My Latest Articles

5 factors that make an old or rare book valuable
5 Factors That Make an Old or Rare Book Valuable
How to understand the basic factors behind the value of antique books. This is a special guest article by Adam Weinberger of, a book dealer with over 30 years of experience.
The Email Waiting Game article
The Email Waiting Game.
How long do you wait to respond to your email?

One of my favorite things to do is to write back to people immediately, minutes after I read their message. It surprises (and pleases) most people quite a bit. Now I can't do it with every email I receive - sometimes I'm away from my office, sometimes I'm too busy and sometimes I just procrastinate. Read the rest of this article...