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  1. Safeserps United Kingdom

    Safeserps Active Member

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    We've never really put that much effort into our website because the majority of our customers don't use Google to find SEO.

    However, I have had a website built that perhaps didn't come out exactly as I'd planned, but I still like it anyway and I think it will work, but only at the lower end of the market.

    I recently bought a domain name from this sites very own PaulK and it seems to fit very well.
    The site is not finished, the automatic report isn't connected yet, the blog still points at the dev server. But you get the funky idea.

    I'd like opinions on the site itself please, and if I should use our current domain name on the new site, or use the one I got from Paul?

    Current site: www .safeserps .com

    New site: safeserps.serps .co.uk

    Domain name from Paul: seoworld .co.uk

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. tifosi United Kingdom

    tifosi Well-Known Member

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    Certainly makes an impact!

    Very nice
     
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    Very nice, The only niggle I have with it is probably how big the footer is, but other than that it looks fab.

    Id also use the new domain mate

    Lee
     
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    I think it's almost too much to take in.

    There is so much going on the important instant messages you want to deliver to the visitor don't come across.

    Creative and impressive though.
     
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    Think there's two issues here.

    Is it a nice website. Yes.

    Is it the right theme for it's intended purpose. No.

    In fact it's so wrong I think no matter how many customers it gains you it will still be less than the amount it would gain you if the look was right.

    Services you are offering supposed to on a smooth, polished platform where key data is what your eye is drawn not the explosion of colour in this sites. You look like you offer quite skilled services but this looks like something a bit jokey, and doesn't inspire the impression some serious experienced people are behind it.
     
  7. donton United Kingdom

    donton Active Member

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    I really like the site - it looks great!

    I don't suppose you can PM me the contact details for the designer you used? I'm looking for something similar for a blog I'll be pulling together in the New Year... (if not, no worries.)

    Thanks in advance.
     
  8. Safeserps United Kingdom

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    This is where I stand.

    It's as though you read my mind.

    The question I've been pondering for the last hour or so is...

    What should I use it for?

     
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