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Old 07-16-2010, 10:52 AM
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Hello,

I am just starting out and have spent a couple of weeks building a site in my spare time.

I created the logo yesterday it took me a while to work out what would look best and I went with the simplistic look.

I would like some constructive critism and any tips. The main worry I have at the moment is content how I have typed it up does it come across as professional?

I was also 50/50 on whether to include prices or not.

I have not finished the site yet I still plan to add the following:

Contact us banner at the bottom of each page.
About us Page.
Contact us Page
Blog

The address is http://www.dkplus.co.uk

Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-16-2010, 01:03 PM
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Another tech going out and starting a business.. Great.. Just started mine so I'm excited and nervous..

The site looks great.. Very simple and easy for people to read.. For home and business services I think they should each get one page only with the services you offer listed. Don't need a page for each service. The 30 minute response time might be a problem for you later on. I mean if you are a job site and your phone rings constantly are you going to pickup in front of the customer? Personally I would not post your prices. Just say put down "call for pricing" or something like it. The logo is nice, but I have seen a lot of people using the Cross as a logo. You can keep it, but I think that logos represent the owner and its company. If the Cross represents you then great

Overall great job. The above is just one man's opinion. Gook luck..
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Old 07-16-2010, 01:26 PM
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Thanks for the response. Yes I may well just have a one page for home and business users then but wanted to put as much detail into it as possible.

I will change the response time I agree 30 minutes is not all that realistic.

The cross is supposed to be a plus my business is called DKPlus so I felt it represented the name of my business.

Any more advice would be much apprechiaed.
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Well then keep that great logo of yours and let it shine I'm sending you a PM in a few minutes so check your inbox...
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Old 07-16-2010, 03:03 PM
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Thanks Jose. If anyone else would like to comment please do I need as much input as possible.

Thank you

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Overall i like it. Shows my site is way too complicated.

I think your contact numbers should be larger and on the home page, if not on each page. Best of luck

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