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Old 05-13-2008, 03:18 PM   #21
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Wink interior and exterior home painting

when talking about interior and exterior home painting, we should trust it to the experts. it is for our home's sake, so better care to whom yo will put your trust into.

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Old 09-27-2008, 01:34 AM   #22
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Hey there. I am new to the forum, but I got sparked by your enthusiasm and willingness to accept helpful observations about your site. So.....
I had a few things to add to the already accurate observations about your site.
Firstly, I wish you luck, being a Noblesville business owner as well, its nice to meet you.
I also host my site thru MSN Office, I love the service.
Did you know that on page settings you can get rid of that search box at the top, and even the Microsoft Office logo at the bottom right? The search box is distracting and out of place just hanging out there at the top left.
On your customer testimonials page,on the actual page title you have residential spelled wrong, thats not a good impression, especially since it will get indexed with the search engines that way.
Have you considered moving your ratings to the actual page on your site and not having potential customers having to click into myspace to see it? Firstly, that may not be the impression you are wanting to make with your older customers.... that screams "young adult".
Residential is spelled wrong again on your "our residential painter" page.
You can put those links you have to the other pages of your site on the bottoms of the pages actually into the footer. It would look cleaner, and more professional and still help the bots to correctly index all of your links.
I think your putting up a projects photo page as you said is a great way to go. Giving the person viewing your site the ability to actually "see" what you can do is a powerful tool.
I am sending you an invite from Merchant Circle.com as well, to join their free service. Properly done, MC is a great tool to utilize for networking and additional exposure for your company. Check it out for yourself and see what you think! My page on MC is here if you care to look.
If you need any help or pointers, feel free to ask! Good luck to you and all the best!

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Old 09-27-2008, 01:45 AM   #23
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I tried to send an invite thru MC but the service can't find your company listing for me to do it that way. If you could, just list Luker Builders as the referral, if theres a place for that. Thanks!
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Old 10-01-2008, 12:56 AM   #24
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Josh,

From your site: "JM Painting LLP was created in 2008 to provide inexpensive professional painting services for the Indianapolis Area." (emphasis added)

I'd get rid of "inexpensive" yesterday. You are setting the wrong tone with words like that. To the home owner "inexpensive" means cheap. To me "inexpensive" means somebody is going out of business but doesn't know it yet.

If you are going to make it in this business, inexpensive is not the way to go. If you do the kind of work you say, then you should be charging top dollar. If you can't sell at the right price-- that is, a price that pays you well and generates a profit-- you are going to wind up frustrated and broke.

I don't mean to rain on your parade, but I've seen tons of contractors go down that road. The biggest reason is not charging enough.

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i agree....being cheap just lets you go out of buisness on a payment plan....
go big or go home....you CAN NOT build up to charging more,
charge more, do more, work more.
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i agree....being cheap just lets you go out of buisness on a payment plan....
go big or go home....you CAN NOT build up to charging more,
charge more, do more, work more.
put the paint where it ain't or go to the house!
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