Is an online hobby store a good idea? I asked myself the same question. What could an online hobby store offer potential customers? If someone was pursuing a hobby, they might rather go to a physical location so they could test out the equipment before they buy it, rather than purchasing it online, and then finding out it is not exactly what they wanted. I do not think that is the case however. An online hobby store can provide a hub of information for a particular hobby to let an online shopper or user know the details and find all of the information they want about a particular hobby. At a physical location, they could also talk to people in person about their particular hobby or area of interest. An online store can offer the same possibilities, however, with online forums or chat rooms where hobbyists can share information and meet people who share their interests.
With all of that in mind I decided to start an online hobby store. It is called Variety Access. I gave it this name, because I wanted a store that offered a variety of goods and services, or a variety of hobbies and the products needed to pursue those hobbies. One of my favorite quotes is, “Variety is the spice of life. ” That quote makes sense to me. Would someone not be happier if they fill their life with a variety of the things that they love or enjoy? Sometimes you can have too much of a good thing, so it might be nice to have a variety of good things that you can turn to if you have too much of one. Sometimes, something in some area of your life can unavoidably go wrong, so it is nice to have a variety of other things to fall back on.
I called my store “Variety ‘Access, ’” because it is an VarietyAccess.com .