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Old 06-13-2012, 11:22 PM
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If this is a DIY effort, you've got a start, just needs a lot of refinement for the search engines as well as your prospective customers.

Quick pass and the first thing I'll offer is that it's reeeally not easy to read. The narrow layout, small text, and similar font/background colors all contribute to this.

The code has a lot of issues.

There is no SEO to speak of.

I'd change the pic of your staff to one a bit more professional.

I didn't read it all (really not easy to do), but I saw quite a few typos when I did.

I'd use a variety of tools we've mentioned in other posts, including:

- SEOQuake plugin for firefox to look at your SEO issues
- http://validator.w3.org/ for the code validation problems

If you wander around in this forum you'll see a ton of review requests. Reading those would be really helpful to you as they're mostly applicable to your learning process.

Anything more specific, just yell.

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