Originally Posted by PabsMaster
Pabs, it needs some serious work, starting with what the others here have mentioned. Even if just a text logo, the red font doesn't work with the green background, and you're using half of my screen to tell me just the name of your business. And the typos are a big problem. If it helps, type it up in your email or document software or browser that does spell checking and then copy and paste it over to your page builder.
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On a related note...
Since it seems you're a relatively new company, one question I have is "How invested are you on the name of your business?"
. I go down the following road any time people start swapping out phonetic changes to common spelling... From a branding standpoint, strictly speaking, "PabsMasterz", which you seem to present as all being one word, is probably not an easy one to pitch to clients without having to explain yourself as it doesn't really connote lawn care. When you add "Lawn Care" to the end of it, such as for your domain name, it becomes a fairly long string that requires an explanation, especially as it pertains to the "Z" instead of an "S". Simply put, if your phone calls or pitches go along the line of this, you're probably not going down the right marketing path: "Thanks for calling. If you'd like further information, please visit our web site at pabsmasterzlawncare.com, and that's a "z" and not an "s". No, not "pabz" or "mazters" or "mazterz", but "masterz". Pabsmasterz.com"."