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yeahidomagic
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Hello I posted another thread about this but this time I think my website has improved a lot please check it out and tell me what you think , thank you.



http://www.partiesbyjerry.co.nr
Majestic12
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Maryland
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Greetings:

1. I would lose the ads, get your own domain with hosting. It's cheap.
2. What's with the rose?
3. Where are your pictures?
4. Do you have a small bio and some testimonials to use?
5. What's with the book template, I'm sure you can find better ones.

Needs a lot of work my friend. Do you have anyone close who can help you?
KC Cameron
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Raleigh, North Carolina
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It does not look like a kid's site - but maybe that is me . . . it does look like it is made to appeal to women - which is good, but not particularly "kid centric".

I also would not host it on a free site if you want to look professional. The index page comes up pretty choppy.
Father Photius
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El Paso, TX (Formerly Amarillo)
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Definitely get it hosted on your own site without the ads. Don't know if you are working on it, or if there is a problem with the code on your first page, lots of stuff appears to be missing there, and there is some html code on the page.
"Now here's the man with the 25 cent hands, that two bit magician..."
alexa
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Call Stan at http://www.digitalmagicshow.com I floundered around on freewebs and godaddy for a couple of years and now my sites are: http://www.princesslexiloo.com and http://www.educational-magic.com Finally I feel like my professional show is represented professionally. Worth every penny.

Call him. Now. You will be so glad. I am just a happy client, not paid to advertise him or anything like that.

Alexa
amakar
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Hi Jerry -

My recommendation would be to hire a web designer to develop your site.
As a business owner, you need to make decisions when you can do something yourself or you can outsource it. I would recommend visiting http://www.guru.com or http://www.elance.com and post a project description. People will respond to your project and provide cost estimates.

I outsourced the design template for http://www.kapoof.com and received an affordable quote. It was more important for me to focus on the product/service, rather than saving a few bucks on a web site design.

You'll be a lot happier knowing the web site section of your marketing startegy is in place without having to mess around with HTML, CSS, and photo slices.
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