I have been frustrated with not being able to use Facebook as a marketing platform. As far as I know, all I have in my area is craigslist. Does anyone have advice on setting up a rabbitry website? I feel like I could at least put a link to that in Facebook posts without getting flagged and all of my sly messages removed. There is one group "rehoming" animals all over the state (I live in Northern Arizona) with going around the algorithm by using certain emojis. But I'm sure they will have that figured out before long and shut that down as well.
Yeah, I had to start a website to sell rabbits, too, but it's kinda fun! Bought the domain from, hmm, I've forgotten. It was either 'GoDaddy' or 'NameCheap', in any case, it's not expensive. Then I learned HTML and CSS to write the website and it's hosted on HostGator. That gives me absolute control over the website so I can post what I want and no worry about being shut down.
It's probably not the easiest way to build a website, although when I started it not all websites were cellphone friendly and the website builder 'helper' software wasn't up to speed on meshing with cellphones so if I wanted the website to work on cellphones it was about the only way. Now, it's easier.
You can also put up static pages on the care and keeping of the rabbits so you don't have to tell the same things to people over and over again. It doesn't have to just be about rabbits, either, I put all kinds of stuff on the website. Why not? It's there and there's so much available space that it's gonna take forever to fill it up.
For awhile, I had a Google Sites website - which is free, but it doesn't have much storage and pictures will fill it up quickly. So, like a lot of other folks, I stored the pictures on PhotoBucket and linked them to the Google Site. PB finally noticed and shut down all pictures being viewed off their website. They then relented later and just branded the pictures with "PhotoBucket" but let them be seen. However, while all the pictures were gone, that's when I decided to just get my own website.