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Old 10-22-2011, 11:59 PM
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thanks for the help felllas. i decided to start over fresh. working on a more professional looking site now. this is going to take a while!
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Old 10-23-2011, 12:40 AM
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Old 10-24-2011, 11:40 AM
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www.shaneyslawncare.com

Any mistakes, just let me know, I have been working hard on fixing all of them. Constructive criticism is very important! So look away!!
Excellent! Easy navigation, the text is easy to read, great colors, and I'm lovin the Photo Gallery.

If you haven't considered adding a blog to your site already (this thread has mentioned it time and time again) you may want to look into that. Installing wordpress onto your site is a breeze and it makes it super easy to add new content. You will definitely want to do that. Especially during the slower months, you will get very little traffic to your site. If you're adding new blog posts, you can share them on your facebook page and get traffic that way. Also, Google needs a reason to index your site. Adding new content is the best way to get Google to look at ya.

Good luck!

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Old 10-27-2011, 11:58 AM
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Really a sleek looking site! Very nice!
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:56 PM
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Old 11-01-2011, 08:32 PM
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Old 11-02-2011, 08:49 AM
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Hey Jamie,

I just took a moment to look at your site from SEO stand point.
The keywords and page title description are good.

You could probably get away with a few more keywords, but too few is much better than loading down the site.


One of the most common mistakes people make is overdoing the keywords and descriptions. More is not better. The robots will see 40 keywords and totally skip over it.


You guys do good work and the images are good quality and great videos.
So many people in our industry miss the need for good quality images and videos. You guys really have that covered.
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Old 11-02-2011, 08:55 AM
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Can someone give me some input on an SEO standpoint on mine? I know it draws me some good amount of business from the internet.

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Old 11-02-2011, 10:31 AM
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Can someone give me some input on an SEO standpoint on mine? I know it draws me some good amount of business from the internet.

www.rmglawnservice.com
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I took a quick look. You need work on your title descriptions and keywords.
The phrase "This Website was built from Blank Website by WixDemo using wix.com" is placed in your meta description.
That is not going to help you much.

google Rank 2.82 DomainRank 1.65 0.88
google Trust 0 Domain trust 1.04 0
Total Links 5 Total Links 5 5
External Followed Links 5
External Followed Links5 5
Internal Followed Links 0
Linking Root Domains 1
I know these numbers don't make sense

The data is from a tool that shows how Google rates your pages for trust and gives you low or high ranking.

The google trust rank is 0. This doesn't mean your site is not good.
It just means that Google cannot verify anything.

When you search lawn care southgate MI. this is what customers see without the bottom numbers.
You are at the bottom of the page.
The two other competitors on the page below you do not have a website.

RMG Lawn Service Southgate, MI
www.rmglawnservice.com/
This Website was built from Blank Website by WixDemo using wix.com.
Page:
PA: 23 mR: 2.82 mT: 0.00 5 links from1 Root Domains
Root DomainA: 8

DmR: 0.882

Hope this is helpful. Wish it were better news.
Mark
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Old 11-02-2011, 10:36 AM
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I took a quick look. You need work on your title descriptions and keywords.
The phrase "This Website was built from Blank Website by WixDemo using wix.com" is placed in your meta description.
That is not going to help you much.

google Rank 2.82 DomainRank 1.65 0.88
google Trust 0 Domain trust 1.04 0
Total Links 5 Total Links 5 5
External Followed Links 5
External Followed Links5 5
Internal Followed Links 0
Linking Root Domains 1
I know these numbers don't make sense

The data is from a tool that shows how Google rates your pages for trust and gives you low or high ranking.

The google trust rank is 0. This doesn't mean your site is not good.
It just means that Google cannot verify anything.

When you search lawn care southgate MI. this is what customers see without the bottom numbers.
You are at the bottom of the page.
The two other competitors on the page below you do not have a website.

RMG Lawn Service Southgate, MI
www.rmglawnservice.com/
This Website was built from Blank Website by WixDemo using wix.com.
Page:
PA: 23 mR: 2.82 mT: 0.00 5 links from1 Root Domains
Root DomainA: 8

DmR: 0.882

Hope this is helpful. Wish it were better news.
Mark
No! Thats exactly what I wanted. Thanks again!!
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