Startup Website

We have Started a website which is India's true Service Online Marketplace where Customers can book various services such as Consultancy Services, Photographers, Artisans, Printing services in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Thane regions of Maharashtra.

Please give your valuable opinion and suggestions to improve our website.

Post was last edited on August 19, 2017 12:53 AM PDT

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Re: website

There are various aspects to look into when you have a website, such as:
- are there html-errors (use the official validator)
- what is the performance (measure, optimise if needed)
- what is the user experience (do usability tests)
- what is the quality of the content (compare with other sites)

Two points:
1. Your site name suggests you cover all of India, while your post says that for printing services you only cover Mumbai. That's rather bad, giving false expectations.
2. If I would be looking for a printing service in Mumbai, would your site really be more useful to me than simply ? If not, you've got something to improve.

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Thank you very much

We are expanding our business in other parts of country (India). But first we are concentrating on Mumbai city. We agree and appreciate with your reply. Thank you very much for your recommendation.

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