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    competitions
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    I’m toying with idea of getting a redesign of my website (homepage and the first 4 links off to faq’s help etc).

    My priorities are:

    1. css use, currently all tables, at least it is on the home page. Home page does make dynamic calls to the database, but it’s simply a matter of placing the variables assigned into the correct spots on the home page.

    2. emotive sell (I’m a bloke, it’s all text and facts on the home page) as most sales aren’t to guys.

    I know the brief is brief!

    If you’re interested, I’d be interested in what your approx. quote and ideas would be, you can either pm or post here.

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    linkartist
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    hehe well first off, congratulations on being committed to CSS-based design. You’d be surprised how few folks see the value in it, and even how few web design firms deliver it properly.

    Because I am serious about what I do, I don’t quote on a public forum… and to do so I’d probably need to ask a few more questions, so feel free to contact me and I can send you some information & further questions.

    To be able to quote, I’d need to know what is in that “etc” on the end :D

    I am a woman, do the emotive sell thing pretty well… and am a highly regarded designer that codes to standards, so feel free to check me out and get in touch if you are interested :)

    Regards

    Téa

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    Benedict
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    Hi Mr Competitions

    I’d be happy to have a chat to you. Again I won’t offer quotes till I know exactly what needs to be done.

    I specialise in web based sales processes (getting your content right). Have a look at my site and see if my service is of interest.

    :-)

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    Netorigin
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    PM sent.

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    gareth_concise
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    PM sent also. Websites can cost $500 – $10,000. Sometimes more. We all need to know what it is you want to achieve and then we can discuss prices.

    Make sure you choose someone with proven abilities to do what you want. Otherwise, the whole thing is a waste of time. Another good thing for you to do is have a look at a few websites which you like and post those. We can then compare.

    Cheers

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