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Review Of Pdwsoftware.com, Please Be Gentle :)

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#16 mike9876


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Posted 22 August 2007 - 09:42 PM

You might want to consider making the text for the top and left menus slightly larger than the text size you use for your content. Otherwise a great looking site! Good Work!

#17 ceuyan


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Posted 06 August 2008 - 05:27 PM

looks like the site is still under constructions.

1. fix the menu on the top left. (move them over to the left a little)
2. make the navigation buttons for the top navigation instead of just links
3. change the color of the grayed out text. too hard to read
4. consider using a background for then entire page then another solid color background for the center content area

#18 GLance


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Posted 21 August 2008 - 09:47 AM

It's a good eCommerce Site. The products placement is nice and your page is not messy.
I like your logo, the planet makes it nice and cool.
The layout is clean but it is not neat enough. You should put the left menu to the left to make it in the center of the box

#19 thetraveler


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Posted 18 December 2008 - 11:03 PM

To be honest (this is usually where I get in trouble) the site is boring. As far as converting visitors to customers, a home page only has a few seconds to seduce someone into staying on your site. This site just doesn't speak to the emotions of your target audience...a p.c. lover. Your homepage should subliminally say, "Look at this kick a-- computer! And look how cheap it is!"

For example, look at Dell's home page. Beautiful photography, different colors accompanied by an offer and a call to action...right in you face when the page loads. It's all designed to say, "Look at this kick a-- computer and look at this deal! You know you want to learn more! Go ahead, click here." It feeds to their customers emotions immediately.

Now, I know you don't have Dell's budget by any means. But some louder photographs that say "Look at this computer da-- it!" And a loud offer that says, "And this is how cheap it is!" Nothing else, no big Microsoft or Geotrust logo...etc. Put the home page text underneath because the only ones reading it will be the serps.

Once you've convinced them to click through from your homepage, then you've got them for a little bit of time. Then you give them some text to read and make sure they learn about you and stuff.

Btw, good logo and good tag line.

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Posted 28 March 2009 - 01:46 PM

i think the css on the site needs more work. The font size is too small and a lot of things dont appear to be well centred, at least in firefox

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