New site for Irish market
looking for feedback on site visuals, usability etc.
Payment links will be activated tomorrow, but thought i would see what you think in advance.
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Last edited by deepsand; 08-10-2011 at 09:42 PM.
On the contact page you should have a physical address and phone number, it generates a bit of trust with your potential clients especially as you're in an industry full of scammers and hacks, no offence to the legitimate SEOs.
The site loads quite slowly for me.
On the package page you have "10 Web2 Sites", what's a Web2 site? Why is a Web2 site good? Where are the details if I want to know more?
On the about page you don't give your name but rather give your company name, yet you talk about your experience, it makes me sceptical of you/your service, it makes the site impersonal.
I quite like the look of the site, on my notebook which is 1366 x 768 the writing is a little big and I have to scroll before I can even read the box "Hi I am a Google...." so personally I'd have aimed to get that top graphic and the text completely on a smaller screen.
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the feedback. Providing this type of service generally is associated with spamming etc which is not what I am about.
Totally get your points, will make ammendments. Thanks
The word "Cheapest" to me often means low quality. So maybe adjust your by-line a bit. You mention a degree, but offer no evidence. As someone else stated, you don't indicate your name on the site. I suppose the domain and username for me seems arrogant, but your paying, happy, repeat customers will be the proof in the pudding there.
All off the cars are Indy cars except one. So maybe provide more variety or make them all the same. And as speed mentioned try to get the text above the fold.
I agree with the credibility issue. Since you are basing your businesses positioning upon your personal talent, I expect a picture, a physical address, and a couple of IM's....at a minimum Google Talk and Skype.
I definitely wouldn't put cheapest either. No point as that is not your value positions and you really aren't that cheap anyway.
Spell out "Number One" or use "#1". Don't use "No.1". Everyone will read it as No...1. Like you WON'T be number one.
Same with Web2. It's Web 2.0
You also need to explain your linking strategies in more depth. Are the blog comments
"do follow"? What is the average real PR of the comment pages (not the PR of the blog itself)
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