Hi Bree :-)
I took a look...I`m always learnin` new stuff about this damn-fool HTML
stuff. Two things leap out at me. First, in the main banner you`ve got
a brown background and yellowish letters. The banner fades dark to
light, left to right, and you`ve got "Business Solutions, Affordable
Rates, Profitable Results."
I couldn`t hardly see the "Rates, Profitable" as it just blends into the same lightness at the right side.
Secondly, although I`ve learned Flash! is useful in many cases, it
isn`t in the top half of your main page. The revolving images do just
about nothing to either explain your business, or convince me to give
you a call.
I`d much rather see some written content that pulls me in, tells me
that you`re really aware of my problem (whatever it is), and convinces
me that you`re the solution to that problem! :-)
Right now you`re saying you provide affordable accounting services for small businesses. How small? What`s affordable?
What I`m thinking is get rid of the fading in and out pictures, and
that`ll give you lots of white space. Then do something like:
How small is "small?"
You`re starting out, building a business from scratch, and you have
10,000 things you`re trying to do. We understand that, but keeping the
books organized is crucial.
We`re affordable! Just ask!
We specialize in helping single-owner companies with their accounting needs, and we`ll be there as you grow.
It`s right off the top of my head, but you see where I`m going with
this? Everyone wants to help the "small business." But in most cases,
they don`t really understand the "micro" business...1 person or maybe a
couple, working out of their living room.
The "Just ask" could be a hyperlink to your Service Plans page, which
then link to your "Contact Us" page. Customer journey, and call to
If that`s not part of your target demographic, then that`s fine too. Just some initial thoughts...y`know? :-)