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I am looking for a new web hosting package and have come across the following, has anyone used it? is it any good? want to do e-commerce on it can it be intergrated to a back room database or does everything have to be entered manually like i have to at the moment.

 

It can be found at www.mrsite.com

 

any comments/views would be appreciated chaps!

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Seems OK that one (for a basic start up site) The deal includes a .com (go for this as its better value for money on the package)

And seams to include some form of hosting, which makes it good value.

 

Being "Browser based" means its whats termed a Content management system, & an understanding of SQL data bases is needed. although if the companies giving you hosting they might set this up for you anyway.

 

Although not quite as easy to set up as a straight web site CMS make for easy updating of your site as time goes on.

 

If you want any help PM me!

 

Lee

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OK ase 2007 you asked for it, here it is.

 

Easy to navigate.

 

Welcome is overdone as it is in 3 word groups on the 1st page.

 

Click on Welcome takes you to this 1st page but you are already there, perhaps this should read Home.

 

About us, this is more critical, on the last paragrapgh you are putting yourself in a situation that tells everyone that you are greenhorns just starting up. I would reword or remove this para as it is sending out vibes that say dont expect too much as we are just starting up.

 

Other than that I like its simplicity, nothing to take your mind off what you went to the site for in the 1st place. Good luck :wink:

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http://www.aseawards.co.uk/index.htm

 

Full stop after “and engraving services. & should possible read Welcome to ASE Awards. Suppliers of sporting awards, trophies, gifts and engraving services.

 

http://www.aseawards.co.uk/page2.htm

 

No full stops next to Brass Signs or Laminate signs paragraphs.

 

http://www.aseawards.co.uk/page4.htm

 

I agree with hugh on this one

The business is owned by husband and wife team Andy and Karen Everson who have built it from nothing more than an idea. Orders are growing and it is already enjoying an ever increasing customer base.

 

Sounds a bit like we’re just getting of the ground

 

I would consider something like

 

“The business is owned by husband and wife team Andy & Karen Everson who built the business from an idea into what it has become today with a vast customer base & the ability to deal with the large orders it is enjoyingâ€

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http://www.aseawards.co.uk/index.htm

 

Full stop after “and engraving services. & should possible read Welcome to ASE Awards. Suppliers of sporting awards, trophies, gifts and engraving services.

 

http://www.aseawards.co.uk/page2.htm

 

No full stops next to Brass Signs or Laminate signs paragraphs.

 

http://www.aseawards.co.uk/page4.htm

 

I agree with hugh on this one

The business is owned by husband and wife team Andy and Karen Everson who have built it from nothing more than an idea. Orders are growing and it is already enjoying an ever increasing customer base.

 

Sounds a bit like we’re just getting of the ground

 

I would consider something like

 

“The business is owned by husband and wife team Andy & Karen Everson who built the business from an idea into what it has become today with a vast customer base & the ability to deal with the large orders it is enjoyingâ€

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