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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by grass disaster, Mar 8, 2010.
let me know what you guys think?
MY WEB SITE!
Personally, I'd cull the grass background and stick with a solid dark color.
The scissors seem to connote attention to detail which is nice.
"we are always willing to adapt to your needs"...sounds a little desperate, like you will do anything IMO...I like words like: we will conduct a fully customized client needs analysis or site evaluation, customized to your needs, etc...JMO
We have been operating for over 15 years and since then built up a sterling reputation.
Above and below statements are somewhat conflicting. If 1990 is true, than just say 20 years??? I'm sorry, but the picks aren't quite supporting those statements either.Maybe use some clip art if need be, couple of them look good, one I would scrap for sure though.
Grass Master Services has been operational since the 1990. Customers have and continued to benefit from the vast lawn care experience, the founder owner Ryan Skluzacek possesses, which spans over 15 years.
If you would like enquire... just add the word "to"
That's sort of funny.
Your version, when I read it, sounds politically correct, which seems like a desperate attempt to avoid just shooting from the hip and saying the same thing if far fewer words.
On my page, I simply say we look forward to their needs and questions. Short and to the point.
I can't see myself adding on my home page "we anticipate and welcome establishing effective two-way communication with you to ascertain site conditions that are important to you"
Looks like we all have our own style of desparation.
LOL...I was just shooting from the hip, throwing out a few ideas. Not meaning they should all be used, or in any particular order...Guess I should have been more clear, especially when adjusting someone else's grammer...Oh well, there does seem to be an element of desperation in the room...or should I have just said PANIC.