okay, fallingblood, no offense, but i didn't ask for someone to tell me how to run my magic. i'm not trying to be mean, but that really doesn't matter. he's not my manager anymore after i realized he wasn't doing anything. i just have to clear that off my site. plus i'm a kid who wants to be a professional magician, and i'm fine with how my business is going. as for my illusions, i know they aren't the best, but that's why i'm asking for advice. i agree with your thoughts on the chair vanish, but whoever said something about running into a hallway, none of my illusions involve that. they are actually illusions that i put some time into, and no, nobody is just ducking under covers. my illusions can be performed live. my email addresses are what they are, and no big deal. the walking on water, i admit could've been a lot better. and the last thing, fallingblood, about my prices don't matter too much to me. i'm a kid, and i just want to get some practice, but of course i want to make a little money.
once again, i don't want to cause any trouble, and i'm sorry if i sound like a brat. no offense intended to anyone.
No offense taken. I'm simply giving my professional advice in the hope that it may help. I do this because that's what others did for me, and it helped a whole lot. The criticism I gave you came from my experience, as well as what many other professionals told me. And you may not think all of it is important, but it matters a lot more than you would think. Something as little as an email address can help in deciding whether or not someone should be hired.
Also, I tell you this because as a magician, you are also representing the rest of the magic world. It's the simple truth of the matter. Present yourself as a professional, and you will do justice to the magic community as a whole.