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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by Jasputan, Feb 26, 2011.
Two thumbs up for the changes!
Now go and grab your domain name!
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followed your advice and linked up the domains. thanks!!
no problem, glad it worked out!
I came across this thread and was checking out your site. I think it is simple, clean, and informative. (Actually better than some non-drag&drop websites).
One thing I did want to point out is the picture on the "Our lawn services" page of the red mower. I have seen this picture used on countless lawncare websites, probably because it turns up on first page of Google images for lawncare. I would suggest trying to get a different picture or maybe one of your own. Other than that, great job and good luck this year!
It looks good to me! I did the same thing- I used iPage with the weebly drag and drop builder. It was very simple and I believe a lot of their layouts look great, and it was very affordable! I think I have put way too much on mine though- I have to do all computer work for my husband because he can hardly turn a computer on, and I don't know as much about his work as he does so I have compiled everything I know onto our site! I read your "about me" section and you sound a lot like him! - Good luck!