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Posted 29 July 2006 - 06:00 PM
Since that's a "liquid" layout, I would get busy with some scripting for detecting different screen sizes. Add more CSS for serving different screen sizes.
When you get above 800 x 600, that text gets kinda small and hard to read, you may want to increase the text size a pixel or two at higher resolutions.
I'm a pixel guy. I don't use em, pt, small, medium, large or anything else when it comes to font-size. Pixels give you more control, IMHO.
Also, I'd add appropriate padding to the middle text area and spread the text out so it's easier to read.
Posted 29 July 2006 - 11:05 PM
On some of the inside pages, more headings are needed. You might want some additional graphics to help separate pages visually. The chart on the seo page is a good example. Just clicking around...I know that is a different page. So many of the pages are filled with dense text. More bullets toward the top of pages might help too.
Posted 29 July 2006 - 11:49 PM
On a professional site, it seems like it should pay for itself in the business it brings and shouldn't need ads.
Posted 30 July 2006 - 09:03 AM
The home page (on both versions) lacks content as well which will hurt your rankings I suspect.
Posted 04 September 2006 - 05:55 AM
Yes changed and modified and now its live our new site www.bluent.co.in
So now i am expecting from you all to give some suggestion for improve our leads.
Now all the targeted keywords are getting rank in Google in between 30-50
As per on page optimization concern i think its good optimize by the targeted keywords.
But still somewhere lacking thatís way leads are not coming as per expectation.
Thanks in advance
Posted 06 September 2006 - 06:36 AM
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Posted 03 October 2006 - 03:21 PM
Clean, easy navigation is paramount. But, I want to be given information that goes beyond "e-mail us to see what we can do for you". You have no portfolio, no detailed descriptions of what you recommend, and no ballpark type quotes to get the ball rolling.
Your text is terrible in my opinion. It was obviously crafted for the SE's and not for perspective clients like myself. This isn't meant as a bashfest, but as your key potential customer, I wouldn't have considered going beyond what I found on the site to consider contacting you.
Posted 20 February 2007 - 01:40 AM
Please Review our site:
I would really appreciate any kind of feedback on our site www.bluent.co.in
Site is completed and no under construction page.
How long has the site been up? Since April 2003
Do have incoming link?
Google: 52 (link:www.bluent.co.in)
Link index for this site in Google: All pages
What keywords are targeting: website design india, offshore software development, web site development, software development company, cad services, custom website design etc.
Do you want your code reviewed for errors or improvements? Yes
Who is your target audience? The target audience is anyone who looking for website design and software related service for large and small businesses area.
Traffic generated satisfactory: Okay
Keyword ranked: 5 to 9 page
Leads generated: Junk queries + very few
Do you want design suggestions? Sure
We are not getting queries?
Thanks in advance !
Posted 20 February 2007 - 05:11 AM
I believe that your site is not presenting your work and clients, may it helps to put Portfolio in home page and rotate the clients names and their templates which you're developed.
This is the one of the best example that a "Search engine friendly site is not always user friendly <<----->> A user friendly site always a search engine friendly"
So, first think about the User's then Search engines ..
Edited by Nick Clark, 20 February 2007 - 05:21 AM.
Posted 20 February 2007 - 05:15 AM
The site design looks good to me and you seem to have the SEO basics in place as well.
It's hard to tell why you are not necessarily getting many leads, considering that this is not an ecommerce site. Also remember that this is a very competitive market, especially in India. Perhaps that is one of the major factors.
I'm not sure whether you're saying you are in pages 5 to 9 or not. But if you are beyond page 1, you're going to get some decent traffic.
Have you also analysed which pages your visitors are landing on and exiting your site?
Posted 20 February 2007 - 05:55 AM
Correct me if I'm wrong.
I have seen such a request before also for the same site.
Why is that so?
Posted 20 February 2007 - 07:48 AM
I can see a few reasons for problems with your site, but none of them are too big to solve :-)
Starting off with the positive, I think the design is really excellent. Very professional and corporate looking, it gives a good impression for B2B website work.
There are, however, a few reasons why I think you could be having problems generating leads.
First and foremost, the grammar is not good enough to hide the fact that you are stuffing keywords into the site like it's a Christmas turkey.
The first paragraph of the first page is essentially nothing but a list of keywords with "You choose it, we work hard for you" added to the end - it really doesn't read well and it doesn't tell me anything about what you can do to help my company.
The rest of the copy also seems very flat and again doesn't give any emotive or compelling benefits, although it is structured more like actual sentances.
There are also certain gramatical errors which, although they still convey the intended meaning, highlight that English is not the writers first language. This is not always a problem, but in this instance if a British, American or Australian company is going to engage someone to write sales copy they will want to be sure that whoever they choose has a perfect grasp of English. (for instance "We have focused approach which is targeted to meet..." should read "We have a focused approach, which is targeted to meet...")
It is also a little distracting that certain phrases are used over and over, and that every time they are used in the copy they are emboldened - a little too much egg in the pudding for my liking!!
One last thing to add. You have hidden (or at least well disguised) links throughout your copy. I don't think this is a problem for your visitors but possibly Google would have a problem with it if they are ever made aware of it.
Sorry to be so negative, I hope this is helpful to you.
Posted 21 February 2007 - 01:33 AM
Nice suggestion with good point you mention here. Thanks lot
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