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Posted 04-02-2006 at 05:46 AM by richiefrich

Sun Apr 2 06:33:03 EST 2006
Site --> http://penguinslair.dyndns.org

I've been wanting to do this for a long time now. So, I finally went and took a class on howto start a business at my local community college. I've started makeing a web site and would like some feedback. I'm looking for someone to do me a logo I'm not good with graphics. Also there's a bunch of things I need to add to the site. Here's my list please don't be afriad to tell me that it suck, give me your true opion.
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My list of things ToDo :

1 - Linux Hardware Listing
2 - Pricing list
3 - Adding Payment options
4 - Getting a logo
5 - When i get some money have i redone professonaly
6 - Look for a hosting company for Rackmount servers


If anyone knows where i can find a company that admins I'd like a pricing list so i can be resonable and not screw myself.


P.S. If the connection 'Times Out' please reload or try again later. My DSL connection isn't that great. Sorry about that.




Thanks everyone!
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  1. Old Comment
    Hi richiefrich,
    I checked out your site. Good that you got started with your new business.
    Here are my impressions:
    Get an English-speaking friend to check your copy, would make it sound more professional.
    All your links go away from your site, so you really need to do items 1 and 2 on your list: i.e. make more pages on YOUR site -- especially more details about the kind of computer you can supply and the benefits.
    Two years of help with a new Linux system is a great offer. I wish I had two years of instant telephone or email support when I changed to Linux.
    When I changed to Linux it was "by emergency" -- I had to get a new machine due to motherboard failure. But at the time I had been shopping for somebody to supply a new machine with Linux and SUPPORT just as you are offering.
    Good luck.
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by richiefrich richiefrich is offline
  2. Old Comment
    Hello, or should I say Guten Tag? (Just a Joke so Please do not be offended.)
    Getting an 'American' to Spell & Grammer Check would be a good thing.
    I have never Blogged.
    I have been "into PCs" since 1985.
    I have been into Linux for almost a year now, mostly using Linspire.
    I have had my own 'Part Time' PC Consulting Business for about 10 years.
    I am in Ohio, U.S.A., where are you?
    As for your LOGO: "Logo" is a Greek word for "word, essence".
    A Logo is a Graphical Representation of of what you and/or your company "Does and/or is".
    What "Word Picture" do you want use to 'Say' about your company?
    Come up with several ideas and ask friends what they think about when they look at your sample Logos.
    What Type: Cartoon, Photo, etc.?
    What Size and Format?
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by richiefrich richiefrich is offline
  3. Old Comment
    Your site must be down, I timed out.
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by richiefrich richiefrich is offline
  4. Old Comment
    thanks for the comments plesae keep them coming, and technically i'm not up and runnin. This is a work in progress I hope to be up bu July! As for wording i'm a techy i need terms so everyone can understand, One more thing must I by google words for a google search or will meta tags be enough?

    Thanks again
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by richiefrich richiefrich is offline
  5. Old Comment
    I'ts up justed check my server, so please try again. Thanks!
    Posted 12-31-1969 at 07:00 PM by richiefrich richiefrich is offline
 

  



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