Mike (in xQ59f.878$ email@example.com) said:
| I am sorry, I thought it was another business related group... You
| may delete my posting.
Usenet (news groups) are public, meaning non-commercial, forums. By
careful design, _only you_ can cancel your articles. If you're new to
usenet, you may find the first couple of links at
http://www.iedu.com/c helpful - they point to pages that provide
important basic information.
There's almost always some acceptable way to get your message out. One
effective way might be to post pictures of the items for which you'd
like to sell plans on news://alt.binaries.pictures.woodworking with a
link to a web page where interested people can get more information.
Bottom line: on usenet, in order to get, you need to to give. If you
can't or won't be a contributing member of the community, then you
need to set up a commercial website and hope that prospects will find
you using search engines.
Experienced woodworkers _will_ make their own plans and build from the
photos. Woodworkers with less experience (and experienced woodworkers
who want the convenience) may order your plans if they're judged to be
good values. If your plans are especially well done, the purchasers
will probably report that to this group - and if they're poorly done,
they'll report that as well.
DeSoto, Iowa USA