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Old 09-13-2008, 10:48 PM   #61
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Old 09-14-2008, 05:40 AM   #62
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What is SEO work placement? I have a domain name will eventually get a web site up and running.

agreed i think footbridesites ( mine is one are not the best) but their SEO work placement is top notch. You can have the best website in the world if no see's it what use is it[/quote]
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What is SEO work placement? I have a domain name will eventually get a web site up and running.

agreed i think footbridesites ( mine is one are not the best) but their SEO work placement is top notch. You can have the best website in the world if no see's it what use is it
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SEO Search engine optomizing. Making your website friendly to search engines so that is located/shows up and places well for the keyword or terms that relates to your site
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One of the biggest things I have learned about marketing is to solve a problem not just talk about your services. For example:

"CornerstoneGC
Specializing in kitchen and bath remodeling"

Doesn't solve a problem

but:

"Time for a kitchen upgrade? Let CornerstoneGC help you build the kitchen of your dreams"

or

"The '70's called and they want their kitchen back. Let CornerstoneGC help you build the kitchen of your dreams"

Both solve a problem- an outdated kitchen

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One of the biggest things I have learned about marketing is to solve a problem not just talk about your services. For example:

"CornerstoneGC
Specializing in kitchen and bath remodeling"

Doesn't solve a problem

but:

"Time for a kitchen upgrade? Let CornerstoneGC help you build the kitchen or your dreams"

or

"The '70's called and they want their kitchen back. Let CornerstoneGC help you build the kitchen or your dreams"

Both solve a problem- an outdated kitchen

I might actually use this.
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That is a really good one..... about the 70's calling. Oh man, that got me going!!

I'm writting all this stuff down. I should have my mind made up by the end of the week.

Do you guys have single of double sided business cards? I've always used single, but I've noticed recently alot of people are using the back for details about services they provide. Does it really matter? Just a thought...

Okay, if you think about anymore catchy stuff....keep on postin' !!

Thanks!!
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Hi everyone,

This is Dana, I'm Sevi's wife. I'm now part of the plan to get on the marketing train and plan things out for our company.

So I'm getting the website done with the help of someone from this forum.

Can I use these pics of Sevi on my "Contact" Page ?? LOLOL
The first picture I am not really fond of the clear shot of his ass crack.

In the second one He looks like the live action version of Remodel buds Aviatar
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Oh man, how do I get those pics out of there?

She couldn't of put something worse. I'm strapped over there holding on for dear life.

Hey, I think that Avatar is pretty cool...good looking guy so I'll take it as a compliment
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200 is not bad. Have him bid a package for logo, business cards, letterhead etc. 200 bucks to have it done right is very well worth it.

I rather pay once and have it done right.

Keith gets constantly good referrals here he must be good at what he does
You won't beat his price or his product. As many revisions as you need. Feel free to PM me if you would like some examples of his work that he has done for me...
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You won't beat his price or his product. As many revisions as you need. Feel free to PM me if you would like some examples of his work that he has done for me...

Thanks Bryan..I hired him. Seems like he is really good at what he does!
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Definitely yard signs
Where would be a good, inexpensive place to get yard signs from on-line?
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Where would be a good, inexpensive place to get yard signs from on-line?
www.vistaprint.com click on signage They have a new lawn sign line. Your local sign shop can also make about 10 for $150.

Sign up and you'll get an e mail almost daily with discounts to their products. Without it, you may not see the reduced prices.
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The funny thing is that I have bought so much of my marketing stuff from them, lol. I didn't realize they sold lawn sings. I'll check them out again.

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