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Old 10-25-2007, 09:20 PM
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You talk about one big pain in the butt. This program I bought to make websites doesn't work right and I had to work with go daddy to get it on the web. Anyways tell me how it looks on your computers it looks to me as if the pages are to small on some of them. Does any one know how big the script is suppose to be. I have it at 775 x 600. www.portclintonlawncare.com
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First off, I gotta say the site looks Great!

One thing I would change is I would put the in the title the towns you service. That should help with search engine results.

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Quote[/b] ] Does any one know how big the script is suppose to be. I have it at 775 x 600.
Can you tell us a little more of what you are trying to do with that?
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Quote[/b] (Dan3691 @ Oct. 25 2007,10:20)]You talk about one big pain in the butt. This program I bought to make websites doesn't work right and I had to work with go daddy to get it on the web. Anyways tell me how it looks on your computers it looks to me as if the pages are to small on some of them. Does any one know how big the script is suppose to be. I have it at 775 x 600. *www.portclintonlawncare.com
any before and after pics on lawncare and pressure washing?pics tell alot



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Hey Dan, if you need some help with your website, let me know. Send me an email to pmblair@blairprod.com.
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I would maybe put some kind of mission statement or something like that on the front and some kind of current special. Then list out your lawn care on the left with your other services.
And under each service you offer make it a little easier to read for a customer. Make the things that they are going to be looking for stand out a little better than just a paragraph with some bold typing in it.

Figure out up to how many sq ft you will be servicing for $20

List your programs you will be offering to. Don't just run them together in a paragraph. It makes it hard to read.
Look up some other lawn care sites and check out their formats maybe.

Just my opinions.

It does look good though.
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Quote[/b] (Dan3691 @ Oct. 25 2007,10:20)]You talk about one big pain in the butt. This program I bought to make websites doesn't work right and I had to work with go daddy to get it on the web. Anyways tell me how it looks on your computers it looks to me as if the pages are to small on some of them. Does any one know how big the script is suppose to be. I have it at 775 x 600. www.portclintonlawncare.com
Dan pm me I want to work on your site for you, ( no charge )
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