That was one of the first things that jumped out at me.The seo claims are hilarious. The portfolio of sites speaks volumes:
Catherine Wynne, Spiritual Healing, Reiki, Mediumistic Readings, Lucan, Co. Dublin << wonderful url structure. So em "semantic"
Now thats a very bold statement...Based on our extensive experience in Search Engine Optimisation we take care to uniquely customize each Omniwebsite for the best Google ranking possible.
AlanAs for the quality of what they offer i am adopting a wait and see approach. I have launched enough version 1 web apps to know how rough they can be around the edges. Its how they respond to feedback and develop it from here that will tell. But of course we are not the target market
The removed it, it's still in the Google CacheI don't see the link showing EI funding.. Unless they have removed it?
I would rather hope not; as this would certainly - to me at least - feel like it was 'we're getting funding, but we're getting flack over it so we'll hide the fact'.
Am I being blind?
€400 a year should buy a lot more space than is required for a five page site.In terms of competition, how many web designers / developers would propose to design me a custom-built site with email and a domain, hosted for a year with free support for under 400 EUR?
Small business can get a hosting plan from just about any provider and get access to a site builder for a lot less than what you want to charge annually.Now if people on this list are opposed to small Irish businesses getting started on the web at a budget price then that is not something Omniserve can be responsible for.
To be fair; they are building the site for you -- and by the looks of it, I'd say they've got wordsmiths hammering the content into something more palatable than most people put up. It's a little more than a simple site builder.Small business can get a hosting plan from just about any provider and get access to a site builder for a lot less than what you want to charge annually.