hi guys new to this sight just been scrolling thru this sight for about 2 hours lol sad i no but its a Sunday nothing better to do. the problem I'm having is i became self employed about a year ago…Continue
"what i normally do is copy and paste into word and use the spell checker that way but if i keep changing the website it gets abit tedious lol
no offence taken dont worry and thanks very much for your offer"
"right thanks for all the ideas guys made a few changes to my website let me no what you think ?
as for putting an address down thats like advertising where a van and garage full of tools are kept to me sorry if that sounds offencive but you…"
"Just had a quick read of that and it seems pretty unambiguous to me in that it states that name and address (plus other details) must be included. However, from a security point of view, it states that the "registered" address will…"
"I've just done a bit more research and have found the following information:
It's seems to me like it's a bit of a grey area on whether it is required if you do not have an online store. (well…"
"I'm afraid I have to agree with the foregoing comments regarding your web site. Is there some way you can change the font of the text ? Also, the grammar could do with a bit of polishing. I realize you don't need a degree…"
I'm also 22, sole trader, been self-emplyed for 4 years come May.
I'm only into the garden maintenance side of things, no landscaping. I've had over 150 cutomers since setting up business. Some were just one off jobs but…"
"Not necessarily... you can advertise your wares to potential thieves if you do this. Client's don't need to know your postal address, just which town you are from perhaps (but even that's irrelevant to them)."
"You need an address on the contact page
you need an about us page
change the feed back page to a customer testimonial page and remove the myhammer details
get more photos and add more text to each page
this is up to you but you won't be…"
"Certainly agree with the mixed messages coming over on the website-also maybe you should call yourself something which identifies what you do-DCG maintenance could be anything.In my (limited) experience, a lot of customers won't initially look…"
I have been doing this type of work for a long time and have experience in the following areas:-
Having done a college course in Civil Engineering and studying at Nottingham Trent University, any ground work such as concrete bases, foundations, fences etc are all guaranteed to be flat/level and reach all the expectaions you should expect from a professional company.
I have many contacts in the building trade that work with me when required including the following:-
We also do work for letting agencies such as house and garden maintenance/clearance.