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    Hi all, going to be posting on here more going forward given the sluggish nature of kingsnake.com's forums......anyhow, I just got a website up and was hoping for some constructive criticisms... It is a work in progress, and needs more info. Any thoughts or suggestions would be awesome.

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    Thanks!
    Matt

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    Re: New website feeback

    looks pretty good. sure is a lot better than something i could do. post up some pics of ur facility or wherever u do ur business. maybe some current projects ur working on or current clutches u r waiting on. good luck
    A room full of empty racks and thermostats that have been unplugged.

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    Re: New website feeback

    Thanks man, facility is bootleg. I spent my money on the snakes, so I am sorry to say I will not have any fancy Freedom Breeders racks to show you (if you are looking for a cat I will trade for your freedom breeder rack :-)). I have a few RBI racks, and vision cages, but I made most my racks myself, and I keep my females in 40 gallon breeder tanks with a heat panel above attached to a Helix DBS1000, the whole set-up works great. It has worked great and I am not about to muck up a happy female.

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    Re: New website feeback

    Hey.. Yea man it looks great.... What type of program you using for building your website.. Definitely post pics of your facility when finish with your website

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    Re: New website feeback

    I used Intuit, I spent a lot of time investigating which web hosting service had the best/easiest system to use. Intuit worked great for me, building a website with their service was as easy as basically putting together powerpoint preso. Still have a lot I wanna do with it but have it up and running.

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    Re: New website feeback

    I like it so far. It looks professional and I really like the pictures.

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    Re: New website feeback

    I like it, a job well done
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