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post #41 of Old 11-19-2006, 10:23 PM
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Much better Logo

I personally think .com is the easiest to remember
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post #42 of Old 11-19-2006, 10:32 PM
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I bought a logo program, too many options. Took me all day to get the resolution right, had to download a image resizer to get it right. And with dial-up Ayyy Veyy!!!

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those logo programs are addicting when I cannot sleep at night I find myself making all kinds of logos (often for others - lol)
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post #44 of Old 11-20-2006, 09:10 AM
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Lisa, first off, thank you for the listing. I am unsure where to put you, but I will get you in there.

I have to agree about your doman name choice. Keep in mind that the search engines are going to use your domain name in their organic search relevance.

It took me a minute to realize you were conveying "Me, My Mop and I". Even knowing that now I still read it as "Me My Mope Andy" (or "me my mo pandy"). If you purchase another domain name, I usually like to stay with the dot coms. Try something local if you cannot find something unique. (eg pahousecleaning)

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post #45 of Old 07-30-2008, 10:34 AM
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This might not make me your hero but popularity is not the purpose of any post I make. I think overall the site looks way too amateurish for a company that has been in business for ten years. If I was considering hiring you and viewed that website I honestly would reconsider. I know that sounds harsh but telling you "looks good" is not going to help you any.

Get a professional logo designed. Get off of Tripod and land yourself a custom/company specific URL and host it on a real site. Use high quality photos. Read about search engine optimization and write your text copy accordingly. Be careful about advertising prices. Again if you give a customer nothing but price that is all he has upon which to make his decision. Thats bad business especially if your website dosn't have enough pizzaz to make you appear like an established company.

Bearing in mind this is a first attempt pressure, but yeh host a real site .com etc. Yahoo has a deal like $8 or something.
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post #46 of Old 08-07-2008, 06:19 PM
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Don't do Yahoo for domain names

Just a warning for anyone who has their domain registered with Yahoo - they upped their prices, so that renewals are now $34.95

Here's an article about it:
http://webtribution.com/2008/07/19/y...-is-a-rip-off/



BTW - Everyone is welcome to add their company name and phone number on my site (www.ICleanUSA.com) for free. Just use the coupon code [ Welcome2ICUSA ] for a basic listing and it will be free.

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HI This is my website http://www.cleaninghouselondon.co.uk let me know if you have any comments.
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Nice looking site!

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post #49 of Old 05-24-2009, 02:28 PM
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www.aqualuxcarpetcleaning.com is my site please leave your feedback thanks

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10777 Turbeville Dr, #100 Dallas, TX 75243 | 214-607-8562
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post #50 of Old 05-24-2009, 02:30 PM
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HI This is my website http://www.cleaninghouselondon.co.uk let me know if you have any comments.
Very nice site!

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post #51 of Old 11-23-2009, 02:58 AM
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bed bugs

please let me know what you thing about my site:

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i made it after i had a big problem with bed bugs. hope it will be helpful for others.
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www.aqualuxcarpetcleaning.com is my site please leave your feedback thanks
i like the site, colours work well etc, however one concern of mine. why are people smiling at me? how is that relevant?
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post #53 of Old 12-29-2009, 07:28 AM
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Here is my website

Here is the website of my cleaning company: http://leetcleaning.com

My focus was on creating a clean interface that is easy to navigate. The goal is to get people to call the number and inquire about services.

It seems fairly basic, but I actually did quite a bit of research on what customers are looking for in a cleaning business. I tailored my services and pricing information based on that research. I suppose some of it is against-the-grain, but it has been very effective for me so far.

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Here is the website of my cleaning company: http://leetcleaning.com

My focus was on creating a clean interface that is easy to navigate. The goal is to get people to call the number and inquire about services.

It seems fairly basic, but I actually did quite a bit of research on what customers are looking for in a cleaning business. I tailored my services and pricing information based on that research. I suppose some of it is against-the-grain, but it has been very effective for me so far.
it's nice and simple so thats a great plus, however with the internet people can so easily shop around, so using that image of the lady cleaning is a bad choice as it's on so so so so so many cleaning websites, or a variety of that lady cleaning.

the only other thing imo should be changed is the bold/highlighted text looks like links because they are a different colour. i'd change to just black for highlight,
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I have a site about cleaning in Seattle area here. Please tell us what do you think about this!
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i like the home page, very nice and clean, but then the rest is a bit meh
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