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ProTech
03-01-2011, 01:37 AM
Its bad I know and I need to fix it quickly and inexpensive. What are some good sites for templates?

Well I guess I cant post my website yet...but if you want to work hard and google it

protechcomputerservice (Grand Rapids, Mi)

16k_zx81
03-01-2011, 04:08 AM
Themeforest is a very good place to get themes.

Re your website, the PPC ads are not a good idea on a site where you are trying to sell a service. You may get some income from the clicks, but to do it, the customer has left your site and gone elsewhere. From there, they may not come back.

I like your Logo, BTW.

Re your site - it needs content. Home page needs to be filled out to promote your business and sell services. Services page needs to be developed so that the services are sold, not described. (Distinction between describing 'features' and 'benefits') - a site that can sell will always depict the benefits (what the customer gets out of making the purchase that distinguish it from any other option they can pay for)

ProTech
03-04-2011, 06:23 PM
thanks for the advice and I am on those changes now.

I did update it somewhat today but I need to remove the ppc stuff, which I also thought too....

MobileTechie
03-04-2011, 07:13 PM
It's pretty dire! So much so that specific criticism isn't required :)

Either get it done for you or use a template. The middle ground is to buy Artisteer which will make templates for you.

BryanVest
03-04-2011, 08:14 PM
Wordpress is awesome for beginners!

ProTech
03-04-2011, 09:01 PM
template is what I used for Frontpage...but I think I will try a simpler easier template to give a professional look...or better yet pay for it... :p

www.protechcomputerservice.com

16k_zx81
03-14-2011, 07:17 AM
template is what I used for Frontpage...but I think I will try a simpler easier template to give a professional look...or better yet pay for it... :p

www.protechcomputerservice.com (http://www.protechcomputerservice.com)


What back end are you using?

Have you thought about using a Wordpress theme? (http://themeforest.net/category/wordpress)

Mottster
03-15-2011, 04:34 PM
Definitely take a look at using WP and then look at themeforest. They have several inexpensive but great looking themes available.

mhelpdesk
03-15-2011, 04:40 PM
Are you looking for just a website, or do you want to offer a customer support portal as well? MHelpdesk includes a website that can be used as a customer service website or company Intranet. Your customers/users can submit service requests, login and check for status updates etc.

Here is a sample of what you'll get out-of-the-box:

https://secure.mhelpdesk.com/ehdtemplate

Customers can login using the login box
We have 42 pre-defined templates to choose from
You can request additional custom designs
Customers can submit service requests online
You can publish additional pages without any HTML (CMS)

PM me if you want to get started. Thanks.

Vincent