help with new website - Posted by garrison

Posted by BHMH on September 17, 2002 at 01:56:21:


I like your site. Its good to have an unsiphisticated site IMO, 'cuz you dont come across as a “slick” seller.

What type of neighborhoods are your properties in? High crime neighborhoods? working-class?

also, what is the market llike in baltimore? a bubble?? or steady??

Take Care!


help with new website - Posted by garrison

Posted by garrison on September 17, 2002 at 01:32:40:

i finally put in the effort to create my own website! it was actually rather easy after i got past the procrastination part!

now i would like any input on changes that need to be made…


You want the truth… - Posted by hg-nyc

Posted by hg-nyc on September 17, 2002 at 23:13:35:

it is a great first effort. Of course you know there is alot to make it better. Looks almost like you did it with Notepad and pure html. What did you use?

Here’s some suggestions:

  1. Loose the counter…yesterday! Only you need to know this number and you should be able to get it from your host.

  2. Links should NEVER be underlined. That’s what color is for.

  3. Put your telephone number on EVERY page. A website is nothing more than a life-like mailorder catalog. Take a lesson from them. Look at just about any consumer based catalog and you’ll see what I mean.
    People like to PRINT out web pages.

Where’s the BEEF! - Posted by Rick(MD)

Posted by Rick(MD) on September 17, 2002 at 07:24:40:


I haven’t seen any improvement since the last time you asked for feedback… What’s the point?