Please Review my Websites

Jun 9, 2008

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    They look pretty good to me and load fast.
     
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    Are those Norvax sites?
     
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    healthquotes.biz is a slightly modified Norvax site...

    quotestx.com just links to the Norvax quoting engine.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Josh, the sites look good. What would you say is a fair estimation of your "ROI" on these?
     
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    I looked at the home pages of the two sites.

    From an aesthetic standpoint, the Affordable Insurance Specialists home page is great.

    From an SEO standpoint, the home page doesn't exist. There is a minimum of text that is readable by the search engine's crawlers.

    Quotestx.com has a much better shot at getting ranked. It is pleasing to the eye which is good for your human visitors and it has text for the search engines to index.

    Search engines can't read pictures. Most of your text is part of a picture. Put some regular text below the pictures. Most people will ignore it because the graphics are so compelling and because it will probably be "below the fold" for most visitors. The search engines, however will read it and over time may put you on the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages.)

    Make sure that you put your state between the title tags. You can work on your site for years and not get a ranking worth a tinkers dam for "Affordable Insurance Specialists." However you might have a shot at "Texas Insurance Specialists." You may also want to pick a line of insurance and become a "Texas Life Insurance Specialist." That would be even better.

    (Although, you'd have a much better shot if you were a Wyoming life insurance specialist.)

    Good Luck,
     
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    Thanks for the feedback Alston.

    Tim, as far as ROI is concerned, it's a little early to tell. I have generated some leads and made a sale off of the quotestx.com site, and that site is relatively cheap.
     
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