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Old October 24th, 2008, 08:54 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by esl_cherokee View Post
How is the for the about page? enough info? I am not the best writer.

About Pyramid Lock
I started out over 20 years ago as a Home Improvement contractor here in MI. My Father trained me in that business and alway's taught me that the only way to (delete)make money in a (Add) succeed in business is to treat the customer right and do the job right the first time. You are not making money if the customer is not happy or you are going back for repair's. Three year's ago I decided it was time leave that business and pursue my own personal business. I trained with two nationwide company's for over 2 years until I was satisfied with my skillset to start my own company. The reason for training for so long was to make sure I could follow what my father always taught me about doing treating the customer right and doing the job right the first time.

Thank You

Jeff "Pyramid Lock"

I have not uploaded it yet so I could get some input on it. Also does a links page help with SEO or to let them know a little about my interests and maybe my suppliers?
It's only a suggestion, but I think saying "the only way to succeed in business.." versus "the only way to make money.." because from a customers point of view it's less greedy, at least that was my thought the first time I read it through. Up to you, these need to be your words! Show confidence and brag a bit here!

One additional suggestion is to talk about your company as "We" not just "I" it makes your company seem more professional and established. Even though it might be just you right now, if you ever add staff or employees it will be a team/we you more credibility in the market and will show people you are in it for the long haul and you are not going to flake out of business in a few months.

I would definitely add your linkedin profile (a must these days) and yea, talk about your interests so that customers can relate to you and talk about your suppliers so they know the quality products you are working with.

Have you heard about linked in, do you have a profile? If no, get one. It's basically an online/interactive resume. Customers/colleges etc can leave recommendations about you/your service. You can get connected with critical people to your business, etc. As CEO of a company you will have more responsibilities than just providing your service.

What did you think of my blog idea?
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