...but I like the color version Joe. IBM-blue...great confidence building color.
However, the curious thing is - does it really matter in the end? Look at someone else's efforts, like Mike Enlow's site, and you'll see a plain vanilla grey background, black/blue type, and a design which obviously needs a makeover by Martha Stewart.
But the guy claims to make millions from his stuff. So who cares about the aesthetic side? Your happy marriage should be the governing factor here :-)
I have a personal opinion about your general offer and the way it is presented. I think you should forget the intro blather - as good as it is - and go straight for the jugular...that of your offer of a 30 minute site critique to the first 10.
That's a powerful motivator which should get the hordes clicking madly on your ezine sign-up button (you WILL have one, won't you?).
After the offer part, THEN list your qualifications - but as backup as to why they should do business with you, rather than the millions of others.
And again - put more of yourself into the copy, rather than making it a list of bullet benefits. Anyone can write these...just look at any site. But they can't replicate YOU, your experience and unique look on the world. That's the buying clincher.
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