"IT" doesn`t use periods, the acronym mostly accepted is simply the two letters.
To prevent some confusion, maybe change the tagline to:
"Your answer to home office and small business IT support."
That, or "Your answer to home and small business tech support."
Your main page, two paragraphs, don`t say what it is you offer. They
say what you think you do, why you went into business, and that there`s
a problem of some sort in the home or small business.
I`d like to see it more direct, maybe something like:
Home office users and small businesses
are growing at a rapid rate. Along with this, the need and dependency
of technology is growing even faster. Solution A`s primary goal is to:
- Do this
- Fix this
- Help you with this
- One more.
Remember, people only scan a site for about 4 seconds. They make a
determination if this is useful to them, right now, or not. They don`t
have time to read about what you think is their problem. They want to
see how to get a solution. Right away...y`know?
I`d like to see the subheadings in your menu "Services" reduced to only
2 words or just one. Right now it looks like an outline, too hard to
read for menu items. If you need more words, put "Services" as the menu
item, then use text subheadings on the destination page, with content
and bullets for each subheading.
"Mac/PC Computer Support."
It`s redundant. Make "Support" a heading on the "Services" page. Below
it, "We provide hardware and software support for both PCs, and Mac
Then have Data Backup as another heading. I don`t understand why you
have IT Support as a subheading, since that`s your core line of
I`d also put Support Plans as a separate menu item. I`m supposing this
is like having your company on retainer, which is a practice not a
The site is clean, well laid out, and the colors are really nice. These
are all little tweaks, but they matter. Your problem is going to be
differentiation, and you don`t have that....yet. :-)
If you had to sum up your entire site, business, and concept in a
cartoon, what would that cartoon show? No words...just pictures.