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    Post Starting a website for my Plumbing Company, thoughts?

    Hello all, I am developing a website for my plumbing company in Georgia. If you could just let me know your thoughts on it. That would be great.

    Thanks guys

    http://www.pikeplumbing.com

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    Hello all, I am developing a website for my computer company in Pakistan. If you could just let me know your thoughts on it. That would be great.

    Thanks guys


    http://www.rugged.com/




    I join sites for self promotion too.
    Read what the end of this sentence means.

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    UNless it will be managed by a third party, you are setting yourself up for a second job, if you intend to do it right. IF it is not continually updated, users will check in and then go away because they have already seen what is there, and maybe not come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hj View Post
    UNless it will be managed by a third party, you are setting yourself up for a second job, if you intend to do it right. IF it is not continually updated, users will check in and then go away because they have already seen what is there, and maybe not come back.
    You have that right. I been working on my website for years. I haven't done much to it so the traffic died down. But I have a bunch of new pages I am working on to roll out soon. Just need to get the time to finish them up. This freeze been keeping me super busy.

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    You are right hj.

    many peopla are talking on web 2.0 nowaday where our website suppose to allow interaction with our visitor instead of just pure information providing. Unless your website is created for that purpose.

    May consider to start your blog and you may blog about anything new then link your visitor back to your website.

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    Hey Piker,
    Man I couldn't stand looking at that website for more than a couple of seconds. I don't know why but I found myself in the kitchen looking for an icepick to jab in my eyes...

    I'd delete the whole damn thing and get a pro to redesign it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    Hey Piker,
    Man I couldn't stand looking at that website for more than a couple of seconds. I don't know why but I found myself in the kitchen looking for an icepick to jab in my eyes...

    I'd delete the whole damn thing and get a pro to redesign it...


    Hi! Billy Mays here! That was damn funny! And harsh! May I suggest "Wipe-Away!" for your inaccurate website. "Wipe-Away!" will fix those boring websites! Buy Wipe-Away! Today!

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    Hi, I am your plumber who will showup wearing a carpenters belt and tools...ya gota be kidding....

    This is a joke...

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    WoW...he says any PSI over 60# is excessive and you should have a PRV installed...

    NUTS

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    Hi...I am starting a screw company...I could use some feedback on my screw web site...

    http://www.csmp.com/

    PS: We can supply any screws you might need...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    WoW...he says any PSI over 60# is excessive and you should have a PRV installed...

    NUTS
    Just think of all those customers that are in the 60 - 80 psi. range.
    An untapped market!

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    I am also working with the FEDS...

    http://www.usps.com/ncsc/addressserv...grams/cass.htm

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    Well I been working on this site for weeks. Let me know what you all think. There will be more pages in the near future, like the web discount link is not up till I make the coupons. http://www.a-archer.net Now I just need to get webpoint to release my a-archer.com domain so I can link it to this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qrpike View Post
    Hello all, I am developing a website for my plumbing company in Georgia. If you could just let me know your thoughts on it. That would be great.

    Thanks guys

    http://www.pikerplumbing.com
    I'd fire the person who designed that site.

    It's Pathetic!

    You need to find someone that knows the "organic" end of google so that your site shows up without resorting to spamming plumbing forums on the web.


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