New At The Buddha Gallery- App For Smart Phone, Auction Platform Coming Soon
Greetings from the Buddha Gallery!
We rarely send out emails (this is our first mailing in 8 years) but we want to make sure you know about our exciting new developments.
First, our website has been completely redone. Please take time to explore and check it out at www.thebuddhagallery.com. We hope you find it easier, more fully featured, and more stable than our old one. If you have feedback on the site, see any bugs or fixes we need to make, please contact us and let us know through the Contact Us page.
Other improvements on the new website include:
· Saving items into a watch list that you can come back to later
· Having items listed in different ways (such as ascending price order)
· Having a more robust search function
Much more is happening! We just launched our very own "The Buddha Gallery App" to go on your phone or tablet. It is now available in both the Android and Apple stores, and can be downloaded right now. IT is free. If you have feedback on the App, see any bugs or fixes we need to make, please contact us and let us know through the Contact Us page.
Finally, we will have an auction platform and will be doing our own real-time auctions, both on our website and through our new App. The auction platform should become visible some time in February, and the first auction will take place in March or April. Stay tuned…………………..
Please “sign up" on the website (this feature also new) to get our newsletter when we begin one. Signing up will also allow you to save your favorites between sessions. In addition, please take a look at our new Blog link and leave comments there if you wish.
We will send out ONE email prior to each auction (beginning with our first auction in March or April). Other than these, we will only send you an email when there is a good reason to do so. We know your privacy and time are valuable. We will never share your information with anyone, or email you just to remind you we are here. If however, you never want to receive emails from us, please put “remove” in the subject line and return this email.
Best wishes for a happy and prosperous year!
Curator, The Buddha Gallery
Updated By Steve finkelman On Sep, 27 2020