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Old 12-02-2015, 03:05 PM   #61
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Mind taking a look at mine? It's been dropping in the rankings lately, probably because I haven't added anything in a while..

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Your site looks pretty nice for a weebly site. I would put your phone number in the top right next to your social media. It'll make it a lot easier for visitors to call you. I had to search for it on the contact page also. Make it prominent.

As for SEO, I can't find your business on the first 5 pages for several searches. You should add homepage content, and increase the amount of content on nearly all your pages. Redo your meta tags also to target better keywords.

On the services page, you have a testimonial at the top. You should have a "Testimonials" page listed under the About dropdown. The services page should list your services. The Discounts is okay, but it should really have it's own page also that you update consistently to match the discounts you're offering.

You don't have a logo, but that's not terrible.

Your photos are great quality on the slider. That's what people want to see. If possible, make them the full content area width wise and get rid of the free estimate button above them. The link to the free estimate can go in the top area next to the social media.

Overall, the site doesn't look to bad, but it lacks the proper SEO for people to find it.
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What a great service your offering dewebdesigns . I just got my site built 3 months ago. And help would be appreciated www.qualitypaintingpros.com Thanks
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What a great service your offering dewebdesigns . I just got my site built 3 months ago. And help would be appreciated www.qualitypaintingpros.com Thanks

Your site looks extremely basic. Your logo is huge compared to your header. You don't show any services that you list and the site doesn't look very informative. You don't need your logo in the slider, show your work instead.

Your work should have some description about it rather than just thrown up.

The overall design is from a wordpress template that anyone can buy and throw in text and photos.

Overall, nothing fancy and i don't see any positive SEO things. You're targeting Los Angeles county and your site will never hit above the 10th page without a major rework. Think about it. People will look at a couple sites before finding yours. What incentive does someone have to call your business vs lets say abpainting(dot)com? They're site looks extremely professional, and they'll judge their business and yours based upon their website.
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I'll take you up on that, I can always use some constructive criticism, the painting and wordpress skills don't crossover much!

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I'll take you up on that, I can always use some constructive criticism, the painting and wordpress skills don't crossover much!

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Hey there!

The design is better than most I've seen on here. However, there is no phone at the top. You should try to shorten the navigation and increase the size of the logo so it's all on one line. This will make it better in appearance.

As for SEO, you're missing a lot of key elements and incorrectly using the ones that you are using. For instance, extremely long title tag and there is no text area describing your business besides those 5 text sections under the slider photos.

From the users perspective, they will enjoy having a lot of photos to look at on your site. However, if they can't find it, they won't be seeing all your good photos.

Personally, I'm not a fan of one page websites because they lack several SEO elements needed to rank for specific searches. You aren't able to rank for every service you offer on your homepage unless you are literally the only person who does that specific service in your area. I have other posts that outline the importance of specific service pages.

Overall: Design is pretty decent for a self built wordpress site, but SEO can use a lot of work.
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Ok not now but just wait till I update my pics and Im going to do a audit. I should be ready for a critique Im hoping for end of February. I love this thread and think about this thread all the time. The site is my sig.

Maybe if you have the time and or want do a quick look now and then do the big critique after my update and my audit.

Please dont do an early one I just dont want this thread to dry up and am letting you know my plans if your still available of course. Thank you.
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Ok not now but just wait till I update my pics and Im going to do a audit. I should be ready for a critique Im hoping for end of February. I love this thread and think about this thread all the time. The site is my sig.

Maybe if you have the time and or want do a quick look now and then do the big critique after my update and my audit.

Please dont do an early one I just dont want this thread to dry up and am letting you know my plans if your still available of course. Thank you.
So far the site looks great. After a extremely brief look, I don't see any major design issues. There are a few SEO issues, but those will hopefully be fixed by the time you're done.

If this thread disappears by then, you can always get a free consultation on my website. The only difference between here and there is that it won't be a public response. There still isn't a hard sell, no email spam, etc.

Can't wait to see the finished product!
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Ill bite. http://www.randhapaintingmn.com

Sidenote: I didn't read the entire thread, but I did read the first two pages. Since when did we start judging people on "intent"? I guess I'm more of the mindset to judge based on "action". If someone buys a gallon of gasoline, does that mean they are gonna start hucking molotov cocktails at their local political offices just cause someone else did?
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Ill bite. http://www.randhapaintingmn.com

Sidenote: I didn't read the entire thread, but I did read the first two pages. Since when did we start judging people on "intent"? I guess I'm more of the mindset to judge based on "action". If someone buys a gallon of gasoline, does that mean they are gonna start hucking molotov cocktails at their local political offices just cause someone else did?
I'm assuming your domain is randhpaintingmc.com (without the a). Design looks great, and so does mobile (even though the header picture gets cut off). However, the phone number isn't clickable. When someone on their phone has to go to their phone app and remember your number to type in, that is an extra step. If they try to click it, it will go to your homepage.

Design wise in your estimate form on the homepage, all your boxes are the same except for the "how did you find us?" box. Make the width the same as the others. Also, don't have the text show in the center in the "tell us about your project" box because the others are either. You should make it uniform.

Under that, you have your recent blog posts. At first, I saw "Case" next to the picture and was confused for a moment. You should make the picture wider so the titles appear underneath the images instead of attempting to be displayed next to it like your post "How cold is too cold?"

As for SEO, you're telling search engines that your 3 blog posts on your homepage are more important the the subheadings in your text area. You have a lot of little things (and big things like the title, description, etc.) that add up.

When I search for "Cokato mn painters", you show up in the maps (due to your business being based there) and are #1, which is great. However, the other 8 are lead gen type companies AND it's pulling your about page rather than your homepage. Your targeting general terms instead of the areas you're focusing.

For the areas you're focusing, I searched the main title of a few of them and you're not showing up on the first page. This is partly due to the errors I listed 3 paragraphs above along with several other factors.

Overall, the design looks fine for desktop. I would take a look at your analytics and look at your mobile visitors and see how long or how many pages they're viewing. You are probably losing customers due to your phone number at the top. Your analytics will provide the proof for that. The design needs a few minor tweaks here and there (homepage pic missing the borders as all your other ones have, etc). The SEO need some work, but you have the basics down. You just need to sit down and fine tune everything.
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Check mine out if you don't mind. I would like to improve if possible Tusla Painter
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Your site has a lot of weird little issues that I've found and has several design elements I would change.

First, remove the "Enter a date earlier than 2020/01/01" from the quote form. Change it to something like, "Click to select a date" and have a date picker box show up when you click on the field (like this: https://jqueryui.com/datepicker/)

Next, change the text on your slider image. They are aligned to the left and bottom and they don't look good. At least move them up and in a tiny bit and throw a shadow on it for a bare minimum.

As I move down the page, I see a crazy long h1 that takes up 3 lines. Shrink the size. It should be on 1 line, and it's way to long. You can get rid of "Located in Tulsa, OK"

Then your text. It's super long (which is good), but your subheadings are just bolded words. Separate the text with actual subheadings and throw some pictures of your work in, affiliations, BBB logo, click for coupons, anything!

Move the phone number inside the last paragraph and make it clickable. It shouldn't be an H1.

Your services page have almost no text, no photos, etc. Show off your work and write more text.

When you click the phone number in the sidebar, it takes you to the contact page. Kind of misleading I would think if you are on a phone. If you click the number, you want the phone app to popup with the phone number automatically there.

Now for SEO on the homepage. Your title and description say painting and remodeling, which are your services, but you only mention remodeling in the service listed at the bottom of the page and in the list. I'd remove remodeling from important SEO factors. You need longer, more detailed pages for each of your services. Add a page for each type of painting/remodeling service you do and optimize it. You want that page to show up when someone searches "bathroom remodeler in Tulsa OK" -- rather that the middle of page 10 where you currently show up.

I checked mobile quick for the homepage. Like I said above, shorten & condense the h1, change the pictures, etc.

Hope that was helpful!
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Your site has a lot of weird little issues that I've found and has several design elements I would change.

First, remove the "Enter a date earlier than 2020/01/01" from the quote form. Change it to something like, "Click to select a date" and have a date picker box show up when you click on the field (like this: https://jqueryui.com/datepicker/)

Next, change the text on your slider image. They are aligned to the left and bottom and they don't look good. At least move them up and in a tiny bit and throw a shadow on it for a bare minimum.

As I move down the page, I see a crazy long h1 that takes up 3 lines. Shrink the size. It should be on 1 line, and it's way to long. You can get rid of "Located in Tulsa, OK"

Then your text. It's super long (which is good), but your subheadings are just bolded words. Separate the text with actual subheadings and throw some pictures of your work in, affiliations, BBB logo, click for coupons, anything!

Move the phone number inside the last paragraph and make it clickable. It shouldn't be an H1.

Your services page have almost no text, no photos, etc. Show off your work and write more text.

When you click the phone number in the sidebar, it takes you to the contact page. Kind of misleading I would think if you are on a phone. If you click the number, you want the phone app to popup with the phone number automatically there.

Now for SEO on the homepage. Your title and description say painting and remodeling, which are your services, but you only mention remodeling in the service listed at the bottom of the page and in the list. I'd remove remodeling from important SEO factors. You need longer, more detailed pages for each of your services. Add a page for each type of painting/remodeling service you do and optimize it. You want that page to show up when someone searches "bathroom remodeler in Tulsa OK" -- rather that the middle of page 10 where you currently show up.

I checked mobile quick for the homepage. Like I said above, shorten & condense the h1, change the pictures, etc.

Hope that was helpful!
Thank you for this, I will work on those changes. Why you say to remove remodeling from important SEO factors?
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Thank you for this, I will work on those changes. Why you say to remove remodeling from important SEO factors?
Imagine SEO as a circle. If you have half of it focused towards remodeling and half of it focused towards painting, both are at 50%. If another painter, equal to you, has his pages separated, they are 100% focused towards that specific service. His pages will be more relevant to a users search and show up above yours. That's why you need other pages specifically optimized for certain phrases.

Do some keyword research and find out what the best profitable yet easy to rank search terms are and focus them first. That will allow you to achieve better rankings. Your site has the potential to get there, just not currently as it is.
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I would love an eval of my site. your analyis of other sites is impeccable.
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After looking over your SEO, you're #1 for all the searches I ran for west bend. I'm thinking you're the only painter there

There is no call to action when you view the site.

Design wise, your images in the header are pixelated and so is the text on the slider. The phone number is fine because a clickable one shows up for mobile. However, your site isn't responsive for iPads if I'm thinking of the right size. Your site looks fine down to a normal laptop and anything under landscape phone (sideways, not vertical). I would suggest getting a phone specific slider to showcase your work as it doesn't invite your visitors in.

When you get down to mobile, consider making some of the headings smaller as they currently take up a lot of height/space.

Personally, I'm not a big fan of the design. To me it looks outdated. If I had to guess, I'd say 2012-2013 is when it was built. If you've been tracking the number of leads through your Google Analytics (not sure if you can since you're using a form builder), this would be a prime example of how to improve your conversion rate. Otherwise you know about how many calls you get and the number of unique visits a month, this is where you can try out new things.

You're already on the first page, so the hard work is over. Your SEO is solid, so the next step would be to build a better converting site.

Your specials page has outdated coupons on it (2014). The little things like that may tell your visitors that you never update the site.

Overall, SEO is in great shape but I believe the design could be modernized and enhanced to pull in an extra few jobs each month. Your site would make a fun case study. Nice work
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Kudos for all the work you've put in here, dewebdesigns. I certainly don't agree with all of the advice you've given out, but for the most part it's been good stuff.

Question: Has anyone here put dewebdesign's advice in action and seen an improvement in rankings, conversions, or both as a result of it?
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Kudos for all the work you've put in here, dewebdesigns. I certainly don't agree with all of the advice you've given out, but for the most part it's been good stuff.

Question: Has anyone here put dewebdesign's advice in action and seen an improvement in rankings, conversions, or both as a result of it?
I'm curious as to what parts you don't agree on. Could you be more specific so I can explain why I said it?

By checking out your site, a few of your clients you list, and noticing your domain was registered on 12/29/15, I'm not even sure you know what SEO is. Did you rebrand or are you just starting out in the marketing world because of your new domain?

I noticed you are merely purchasing themes and adding content to them since you haven't removed anything that points back to the original template. Just because you install the Yoast SEO wordpress plugin doesn't mean the site has SEO if you don't optimize it. "Home » Orange County Vapes" is not a good title, and it takes 20 seconds to change it. Doesn't matter if they aren't paying for SEO, at least optimize the title tag.

I am also curious if anyone's taken my advice. Anyone who's received my advice want to chime in?
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I'm curious as to what parts you don't agree on. Could you be more specific so I can explain why I said it?

By checking out your site, a few of your clients you list, and noticing your domain was registered on 12/29/15, I'm not even sure you know what SEO is. Did you rebrand or are you just starting out in the marketing world because of your new domain?

I noticed you are merely purchasing themes and adding content to them since you haven't removed anything that points back to the original template. Just because you install the Yoast SEO wordpress plugin doesn't mean the site has SEO if you don't optimize it. "Home » Orange County Vapes" is not a good title, and it takes 20 seconds to change it. Doesn't matter if they aren't paying for SEO, at least optimize the title tag.

I am also curious if anyone's taken my advice. Anyone who's received my advice want to chime in?
Oh, wow . . .

This is neither the time nor the place to be having this conversation. If I've offended you in any way, I apologize. That was not my intent.

With that said, since you're now on the attack, I'll defend myself.

Yes, RankNova Marketing is a new agency (our story is on our about us page).

No, I'm not new to SEO, nor is my partner. I have several years of experience working as a solo freelancer, as well as briefly working as a part-time consultant for i3MEDIA, a large agency in the U.K. (I'm American, for what it's worth). I would hope any tips and advice that I've shared on here would make it clear that I know my stuff.

As for our sites: Yes, we typically use WordPress to build our sites. Most agencies do, as it's the quickest, most cost-efficient way to build high-quality sites for clients, not to mention the huge degree of customization (for an example of a beautiful WordPress site, take a look at CornerStone Painting).

As for the advice you've given: Like I said, I agree with most of it. If you'd like an example of something I disagree with, okay.

When talking to RP Mike about his site, you said this:

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I would throw up a nice slider with high quality, colorful photos of your work with some text prominently displayed on them in an attractive way. That's an easy way to add colors to your site and make it more visually appealing to visitors.
The problem with this is that sliders almost always lower conversion rates, especially those that auto-play. There are two reasons for this:

Lesser Reason: People find them annoying. How many times have you been viewing a slider on a website only to have it change halfway through? It annoys and it frustrates people -- never a good thing.

Primary Reason: You ALWAYS want to place your most powerful selling point at the top of the page.

As soon as a visitor lands on your page, you need to be telling them the benefits of your services, and leading with the number one reason they should choose you over the competitors. A selling point that blows away your competitions' selling points will give you an enormous advantage in growing your business (Perry Marshall has some incredible tutorials on this).

If you do decide to go with a slider, you should turn off auto-play, and set the default slide to something which shows off your most powerful selling point. If clients want to see more, they can manually change the slides.



On a side note, I'll have to agree with daArch and PressurePros that you're being disingenuous about not being here to sell. True, you're doing it in a subtle, helpful way, but a soft sell is still a sell.

Just be up front about things: You're here with the hope that you can land new clients.

Guess what? So am I.

So is every other marketing and/or web design agency who's ever posted here.

These people are in business. They know selling when they see it. Don't treat them like they're stupid.


Everyone, especially Cricket, I sincerely apologize for this drama. If my account is banned for it, I fully understand.

Good luck with your business, everyone, including dewebdesigns.

If anyone here does decide to try out professional SEO, he seems like a good choice -- certainly much better than most of the incompetent sleaze buckets in this industry.
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