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I've been messing around with my site for the last few months and just recently started to concentrate on SEO a little more, pretty much all done myself and is apparently scoring pretty high now that I have filtered out a lot of the junk but still some way to go.

 

So anyway, just after some honest feedback how it looks to an outsider as obviously my view is a little bias.

 

Thanks :thumbsup:

 

www.rees-and-daughters.co.uk

www.reesanddaughters.co.uk

www.sheffieldwindowcleaner.co.uk

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A number of things spring to mind:

 

1. Rees and Daughters means nothing to the business you are promoting; are there any better and more relevant domain names you could use (for example B&Q is diy.com)

2. The award at the top looks made up; who is it from and why would I care as a customer

3. You should have a rolling headline banner with all your customers, it should not be tucked away at the bottom

4. Some of the images are difficult to see and don't really explain how good you are at what you do

5. I typed in 'sheffield window cleaners' into Google (which I would think is the obvious search term when looking for a sheffield window cleaner) and your website is nowhere to be found (have you registered the site with Google yet as you also don't appear in the map either?); have you thought of paying for google ads as many of your competitors are paying to get a ranking?

6. Plus the site looks 'dark and danky'; if you are cleaning company, I would want lots of blue and white on the site

7. There is no address; customers want reassurance that, if something goes wrong, they know where to find you (I'm sure nothing does go wrong but they would want that reassurance :))

8. I would split domestic from commercial and have pages specific for each customer type (for example, commercial cleans might require specialist equipment; if you have the equipment, then promote it on your site as it will give your prospective customers greater reassurance)

 

You asked for honesty; all the best for 2018 with it :)

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Stevoroberts, I did ask for honesty but not sure if you’ve been looking at the same thing I look at.

2. It’s says quite clearly who it’s from and a quick google search for either the name on the award or as you mention sheffield window cleaner will display it.

3. Noted

4. Again noted

5. I am in the top 20 for 4 of the most common search terms on google although not high on your search term, if you reverse it I am .

7. Address and map are clearly listed on my contact us page.

8. Noted (It is being considered but not enough photos etc to promote commercial yet)

 

But thank you, some really good points there and will take them into consideration.

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I agree pretty much with what Steve has said. Find a website you like the look of and create something similar with clean lines that flows. Keep it simple to start with. You can always add to it later. What package did you use to design the website?

 

I would put the 'Areas we cover' in the footer. This website is also with a black background but you can see straight away what they do.

 

Have you set-up Google Analytics so you can see how people interact with your website? It will tell you so much once you go live with it.

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rebuy the domain name without the dashes.

 

find ANY popular website that uses dashes! you will spend your life telling people to ut them in.

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rebuy the domain name without the dashes.

 

find ANY popular website that uses dashes! you will spend your life telling people to ut them in.

 

I own that already and have a redirect in place as I gathered it would be a problem telling people over the phone etc my url.

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in that case. edt the original post with the other domain.

google spiders will pick up the url in these posts so you may as well be working your way up the rankings

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I agree pretty much with what Steve has said. Find a website you like the look of and create something similar with clean lines that flows. Keep it simple to start with. You can always add to it later. What package did you use to design the website?

 

I would put the 'Areas we cover' in the footer. This website is also with a black background but you can see straight away what they do.

 

Have you set-up Google Analytics so you can see how people interact with your website? It will tell you so much once you go live with it.

 

I know the owner of the other site you have linked to personally so not sure mimicking his site would go down to well (I know that’s not what your suggesting), also quite interesting that you use that as an example as all the seo analysts I use, I score a lot higher than this site and all my work is my own where as that’s been outsourced.

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Log out of google and clear your cache

You will then see what the rest of us see.

 

Good luck with the site. but to be very brutal. page 2 on google may as well be page 20.

 

i got my site up to number 1 and have kept it there for over 6 months.

 

but that involves quite a lot of social media work

2 tweets a day every day

at least 2 instagram posts a week

and a very active facebook page.

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but to be very brutal. page 2 on google may as well be page 20.

 

Oh, I'm only too aware of that. I personally never go to page 2 when I'm looking for something unless I'm searching in depth.

 

But am I not right in thinking that once you get a good seo score, even then it will take a good few weeks before that shows on google?

 

So for example, my seo analysis score 2 weeks ago was none existent, now I very between 80-93 (B-B+), would that mean that I can expect things to improve gradually over the next few weeks or is it almost instantaneous?

 

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Log out of google and clear your cache

You will then see what the rest of us see.

 

Done that and I'm now page 1 (Very last entry on page 1) :huh:

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