Hi all Have hew business and launched a Web Site with Web Site tonight on "Go Daddy" To cut a long story short, I think my lack of web authoring skills and more so the lack of creativity that this web authoring package permits has perhaps cost me some clients. I have only begun to touch on SEO and I think that I have made a few errors with site optimisation however the site has started to attract some hits. My clients thus far have been over the moon with there products but the web site may be letting me down as far as future prospects are concerned. Go Daddy was a great start tho and very low cost. Heres the thing, I have very little budget at this time to change the site however, I have found a rather nice Flash template for sale on the net. I can afford this. Is it possible for me to have someone add my details to this template, optimise it and launch it on Go daddy? I have two domain names so I would like to keep the existing site for corporate clients minus the "wedding page", the new site would be just for weddings. Anyone interested in a charity case?? Or perhaps I could offer my services in return for some Web help, I would be more than happy to come to an arrangement. I will even entertain your quotes. I have a strong background in Commercial TV and Radio and now work alone offerring Corporate video, Wedding Video, Marketing/Music on Hold etc. If there is anything at all that needs to be shot on standard or High Def we can do it in a professional manner from concept to presentation in any format. Cheers and thanks! www.emotivemedia.tv Mike Currell PS walked into my local creative graphics come media come print place the other day (they did my business cards) and had a look at their new site which they were gloating about - in a nice way. It had a rotating "flash" type graphic wall controled by the mouse that really blew me away. I thought the design was fantastic and unique. The guys intimated that it was all there own doing and that they could build me a site. Quote was minimum $1000 for just a few pages magazine style, but for something that was media rich with videos and similar effects to there own, it would cost upwards of five thousand! I appreciate that we are here on earth to make money but imagine my suprise when I stumbled on the same template (A papervision 3D engine design) for under 200 dollars! I realise that there is a lot of work to stylise the 3D wall etc but hey guys....keep it real!