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Old 01-31-2010, 12:39 PM
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Wow, little sensitive this morning! Sorry, you must of just got up.
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Old 01-31-2010, 12:41 PM
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Nice..I appreciate ur feedback..just trying to help fellow lawn care providers..lil sensitive? Did u c that Vikings game?
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What did they charge to make it? Can you pick how hosts the site?
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Old 02-17-2010, 10:13 AM
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As a professional Web developer and online marketing consultant, I think Intuit's system is good if you are looking for the bare-bones basics with nice graphics and layout. They certainly do have limitations, though ~ the biggest being that you do not own the site template, so you can't tweak it. Also, you cannot add dynamic scripts (such as JavaScript, PHP, Perl, etc.) for expanded functionality. Additionally, you cannot upload anything to their servers (such as printable quotes and blue prints), nor can you upload your own accent images in place of their body-accent images (though you can upload primary images such as your logo and header pic). Lastly, you have very little control over SEO tweaks (such as being to add Google Analytics). You also can't add Google AdWords/AdSense or other widgets and plugins that are not already approved in their system.

Considering these rather extensive limitations, I stand firm that their system is "good", not "great". For businesses that need a low-cost, simple, professional-looking (but not professional-functioning) solution, Intuit is a good pick.

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Sounds like very good advice. So, with all this pointed out, who would you reccomend?
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