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Not a new site but critique anyway

Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by SprinklerGuy, May 16, 2002.

  1. Well, I just noticed the thread for Billslandscaping.com and now I want my site analyzed. Please comment, harsh is okay.......

    Thanks in advance.



    www.sprinklersolutions.net
     
  2. TooLPrincessBlaze

    TooLPrincessBlaze LawnSite Member
    Posts: 11

    :alien: It doesn't seem very professinal, it kinda reminds me of a fan site... No offense or anything:D It just seems to have a weird set up for a buisness website... But what do I know...
     
  3. THANKS!...that is quite helpful............
     
  4. Dennis E.

    Dennis E. LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 349

    Link no work.:confused:
    I'll try again later. Hope all is going well. Still here yet!
     
  5. heygrassman

    heygrassman LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 509

    Hey Tony..

    I like the elements of the site, PayPal, Scheduler, referals, etc. I would recommend spending a little dough and having some professional work done to the site. I am seeing quite a few hits from the miniscule advertising that I am doing. I can imagine you are getting some serious hits. You carry a great image, the site should help you carry that image forward. Once it is developed, you should be able to maintain the site. I would spend the dough and have a nice frame and shell deveoped that is "yours" and take it from there.

    I do not share Princess' thoughts at all. The site is adequate and gets the job done. However, I think that it can carry your image forward with some work. I realize that I have little room to advise as my site is kinda rinky. A new site is an off season project of mine.

    how's the new pad???

    Jeff
     

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