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Hi guys, Im going to make a try self employed and have just started to set up my site and am wanting your thoughts. Its just rushed together at the moment as I just need the site/name out there to start attracting customers, but I have had the logo designer by one of my designer mates, what do you lads think of it???

Ps yes I'm only part P so lets get that out the way now:) Will nappitt logo when assessed nxt week, and I cough up the fees!!!

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irishsailor

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It looks tip top mate

Well done
 
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Hey Ox.

The images are great - perhaps a bit more overall colour.

When you register with a Part P scheme, would be worth you putting it up there.

There is one bit that doesn't quite make sense

"we pride ourselves our business has been helped to grow on"

I think it should read - "we take pride in ourselves that our business has been grown mainly on referrals from our many satisfied customers".

Sorry if you think I'm nit picking but as you say this is the first thing potential clients will see so it has to be spot on.

Apart from that brilliant.:D
 
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4x4 mark

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i bet you still get 10 phone calls a day from people who want to design a web site for you and get it on google front page. do youself a favour and register with pts
 
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