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Newbie to WordPress: suggestions for my new Matterport website?7841

rgestevens private msg quote post Address this user
Hi folks,

I have now finally published my new website after several months of reading, scratching head, swearing, stomping around and many many large drinks.
The one thing I have learned as a 57yo bloke who's never been involved with todays internet technology, I know less than bugger all about any of it!! ( I suppose that less than nothing would be buggerallless?)
Anyway, as this is my first attempt using WP to build a page, I would be sooo grateful for any constructive critism, suggestions or general comments to improve, speed up, make clearer etc, the site.
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Thanks in advance.
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DouglasMeyers private msg quote post Address this user
You knocked it out of the ball park my friend... Very Nice
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Home3D private msg quote post Address this user
I agree. Beautifully done. Makes me wonder if my own site should be simpler, though it's tough as my clients ask for so many different services. You've done a really great job. Hey, 57 is the new 35.
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rgestevens private msg quote post Address this user
Home3D & DouglasMeyers, thanks for the positive comments guys. Tho not sure 57 is the new 35, as I had better knees then!!!
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rzphotoman private msg quote post Address this user
Looks good, but you should be using the WP3D model plug-in. Huge help with Google SEO
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Home3D private msg quote post Address this user
My site also uses WP3D. It's a powerful tool enabling you to deliver your MP tours as custom single-property websites, and I also love the map feature which lets my customers see virtually ALL the work I've done in the past. Also communicates the range I cover around Los Angeles. I'm a big believer in full disclosure and personally disdain photographers who cherry-pick a few nice shots just for marketing. A smart client would prefer, I hope, to have the ability to scrutinize everything I do, not just see some handpicked shots. Anyway, my two cents which I practice thanks to WP3D.
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Chemistrydoc private msg quote post Address this user
GREAT job! Sleek and simple, and yet shows sophistication. You might want to feature the possibility of converting and publishing a space to Google Street View.

I can only heartily second what rzphotoman said: The WP3D plugin is a MUST HAVE in my opinion - not only the SEO, but also the ability to "pretty up" the showcases and create simple, functional and VERY POPULAR single page website designs.

Great first start - best wishes to you!

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