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Old 05-04-2009, 08:36 AM   #1
 
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Hi guys, I have just launched a new website which still needs a few tweaks including the spelling which I will be getting on to my developer about. Im here to get some feedback on what you guys think.

www.greenlightelectrical.co.uk

Any feedback would be much appreciated.

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Old 05-04-2009, 08:49 AM   #2
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Looks great!

Why is it website developers can't ever seem to spell?
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Now that's a great looking site! Sometimes I wish that I could afford to have a developer design my site. I designed my own, and since I'm not quite sure yet which direction the business is going to go I am leaving it alone for right now. Good luck with your business!

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looks great. would be nice to include some video testimonials from a few local pub owners/patrons though
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Looks great, Welcome to the forum.
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It looks ok, Just too much going on not too many people are going to read all that great information.

Just my thoughts good luck.............................
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The part at the bottom with "locations" is impossible to read on my monitor - 1028 x 768 resolution. And right now it says "ocations"

The middle part of the home page is a bit busy IMO. Too much information. Nobody is going to read that whole thing. Some of that information would probably fit in better in the "about us" section.

All the links seem to work well. I like the top half of the home page a lot. Great graphics and logo. Navigation bars look great.

Great job overall. Makes me want to hire a designer to re-do mine!
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What do you guys think of my web site http://www.24hrvalleywideelectric.com/
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Hi guys, I have just launched a new website which still needs a few tweaks including the spelling which I will be getting on to my developer about. Im here to get some feedback on what you guys think.

www.greenlightelectrical.co.uk

Any feedback would be much appreciated.

Cheers,

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I would say your site is loaded with information and has probably done well for you since it's gone live.
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What do you guys think of my web site http://www.24hrvalleywideelectric.com/
I think it's very good and should do well in search rankings. The reviews, and Facebook, and yelp and google maps, bing, yahoo - everything has to be out there. I'm gonna have to watch that video link. i get calls from videos all the time so even youtube is an important link to connect to customers.
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Looks good. Get the spelling currectud ASAP.
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Wow. I could tell you guys spent a lot of money on this. Great job.
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