Thanks for the insightful comments infilta,
I`ve gone back and forth about putting images on the website. When I initially went live I had images on the site, but did not feel like it meshed well with the site. But, I am rethinking adding some images to the site.
I`m actually going to rework the home page also. I initially just had the logo on the homepage but was advised that it really didn`t tell people what the site is about. So, in an attempt to make it clearer I added the bullet and question format. I`m now realizing that it`s still not clear so I`m going to rework that too. I`ll probably go with a couple of strong, compelling statements that really tell visitors what the site is about when they visit.
Hmm. I didn`t think about utilization of keywords. Since this press release is to drum up business for father`s day, the key words I`d like to focus on are - last minute gift ideas, father`s day gift ideas, creative gift ideas, gift ideas, father`s day gifts, etc. Based on your question I`m assuming I need to make sure I include more keywords.
I`m not sure how many links I`m allowed with the PRweb package I`m using. I`ll have to check.
I`ll definitely remove my email address. And the contact form on my website is a great idea - I`ve already noticed some spam to that email address which I`ve posted on my website.
I`m reposting this because I posted it in the wrong forum.
I`m preparing a press release for PRWeb. I`ve never written one and would appreciate some feedback on the draft I`ve prepared. Thanks!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Gift Consulting Service Helps Busy Shoppers Find Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts.
That Perfect Something’s Perfect Gift Consulting service saves last minute shoppers seeking Father’s Day gifts time and helps shoppers find creative Father’s Day gifts.
New York, New York, June __ 2008. Last minute shoppers seeking Father’s Day gift ideas can now put their minds to ease. The Perfect Gift Consulting service, recently launched by That Perfect Something, will find Father’s Day Gift ideas in half time it would take normal shoppers. The Gift Consulting service also provides unique gift ideas customized to a gift recipient’s interests and personality.
Lois Jeffers, the president and founder of That Perfect Something believes, “Father’s Day is the ideal time to utilize the Perfect Gift Consulting Service.” Ms Jeffers says, “Shoppers tend to wait until the last minute to purchase Father’s Day gifts, because it’s harder to find creative gift ideas for men. And, as a result they resort to purchasing uninspired gifts like clothing, electronics, and cologne.”
That Perfect Something’s Gift Consulting Request Service makes it easy for shoppers to find Father’s Day gift ideas. A client seeking gift ideas submits a Gift Consulting request form on which the client creates a gift recipient profile by answering questions about the recipient’s interests and personality, in addition to other questions geared towards helping the Gift Consultant locate appropriate gifts.
Once the Gift Consultant reviews a client’s Gift Consulting request and locates gifts that match the Gift Recipient’s profile, the Consultant sends the client a Perfect Gift Idea Portfolio via email which contains two to three customized gift ideas, purchase and price information, and reviews.
That Perfect Something’s Gift Consulting Service costs $19.99 per gift consulting request. The company is currently offering a Father’s Day promotion where clients receive 15% off all gift consulting requests.
That Perfect Something is a personal services company based in New York City. The company offers a national Gift Consulting service, and Gift Concierge and Gift Shopping Companion Services in New York City.
For more information about That Perfect Something and to learn more about the company’s services, please visit
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I`ve made some changes to the content of my website (www.thatperfectsomethingnyc.com) and I would love for ya`ll to talk a look and tell me if the content is effective and compelling.
I`m specifically interested in finding out whether:
1. I have too much content on each page
2. The home page effective? Is there too much content?
3. You can tell what my business is about when you go to the homepage.
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