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I've been handed a new project. The complication is, I know very little about the industry and the website for the company was already made without my input. Before I begin tearing apart the site, I wanted some thoughts an input on the website and it's content.

Orbital Transport http://www.orbitaltransport.com
Summary: Orbital Transport offers level lifting of 20 and 40 foot loaded conex containers. Additionally they convert conex containers into mobile offices, and onsite storage for the construction industry.

I'm concerned about clarity of the content and the layout. The seo itself is going to be a long term uphill battle.

What glaring things would you change, or keep? There is no budget for an all new website.
 

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Its a small site, has ffff-ed up page titles once again, wtf is it with these iddiotic page titles, my god.

Build out the site, add lots of pages, do good on page seo.

I would hire out the content but I cant really stand writing words for websites...
 

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I am thinking about doing a complete rebuild. I think the whole thing needs a full reboot, no just touch ups.
 

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<!--
IMPORTANT! LOOKING FOR THIS SITE'S SEO CONTENT?

This site's SEO content, such as meta tags and headers, is not here.
This is because search engines, like Google, actually crawl the site's homepage via http://www.orbitaltransport.com/?_escaped_fragment_=

Internal pages, like “Testimonials”, also have their own special search engine versions, for example: http://www.orbitaltransport.com/?_escaped_fragment_=testimonials/cqul
If you're looking for this site's SEO content, that's where you can view it.

Want more information about Ajax page crawling? Read Google's explanation here: http://bit.ly/ajaxcrawling
-->
<!-- META DATA -->


Huh......I never saw that before in source code. I need to check it out. :blink:
 
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