I've discontinued my designer's list. I still love you all, but it had to happen.
So once upon a time, digi-scrapping as a craft was new and the main scrapbooking website of the time decided they didn't want any other website other than their own talked about. So they banned us digi-scrappers from talking about where to find designers. This quickly got old, and that's why I started the designer's list - so we didn't have to play games. At that point there were like 50, and then 100 digi-scrap designers. And now? I wouldn't even want to venture a guess as to their numbes. But my point is, the digi-scrapping community is now ENORMOUS, and it's really not hard for us to find each other. So my list isn't needed.
It's next to impossible for me to keep up with where everyone is (because designers tend to change sites as much as square dancers change partners.) And at this point, I'm giving up. Not that I don't love you, but there's just no way to do it.
I've said before that the best way for a designer to be successful online (i.e. for your customers to actually be able to find you!) is to have ONE link that ALWAYS points to you. You create it, you are in total charge of it, everyone is happy.
It's SO easy to sign up for a blogger blog (which is free, and extremely easy) with no purpose other than a "hi, here's where I am." For example, I have a Blogspot/Blogger account with just a placeholder homepage. No matter what happens with my other sites, that one is ALWAYS there and all I have to do is change my post for people to find me. Click here to see what I'm talking about: https://strangejen.blogspot.com/ Some might think your own special URL would be ideal, but buddy I discovered over and over with this list that a LOT of folks who had their own URL didn't renew and now that URL is just floating out there in cyber-space.
Happy Trails, friends.