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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by KrayzKajun, Feb 5, 2007.
need all advice !!! Please be nice Picture in back came out blurry I know
its allright, your web url looks complicated though...
Change the background to white
Put a simpler smaller picture that doesn't cover the background
Try to improve the slogan so it doesn't sound so blunt and add " marks
add, My Services: then list them with bullets
... just some of my ideas.
thanx Redmax man
In the post card I would mention how you are a solely operated business because you provide great relationships with your customers, and that you offer a variety of lawn care needs. I wouldn't just make a big list right in the middle of the card like you have.
Also I would agree with somebody else and that you should shorten your website address to abbreviations or something because nobody is going to remember that. Just to type it in I found myself referring to the card like 5 times. I know that they should keep your card if they thought they would be interested at a later date, but maybe if you gave them a catchy website they would remember it and use it after the card is gone. Its just a thought.
On your website I would either use Me or One Crazy Kaujun or how you spelled it. Because your website is inconsistent, one minute it says "me" and next it says the business name. I would stick with one or the other, and if you think your USP is personal customer relationships, then I would stick with me.
Well there is my $.02
what do you mean?
don't use yahoo, put your email through your own website.