Post # 1
OK ladies let me start by saying- I am NOT anal about grammar. If you look through my posts you will see some horrible spelling, horrible grammar and worse. Sometimes I spell with "=" because I try to hit backspace and I miss.
But I feel like a web page for someone who wants to be hired should be proofed! I was going to call them and then they typos just kept jumping out at me! Wedding’s! Hine sight!
Would you hire them?
<span style=”font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial”>http://www.footpadentertainment.com/index.html
<span style=”font-size: 10pt; font-family: Arial”>I kind of liked what they had to say but the site makes me nervous! What do you think?
Post # 3
Wow. That’s bad…I’ve got the same principle: if they don’t have enough attention to detail to read through their promotional copy ONCE then they won’t have the attention to detail to listen to any needs you have, or requests you make. I’d say it’s a red flag.
Then again, I wouldn’t even call places based on their UGLY websites.
Post # 4
that’s pretty bad. no, i wouldn’t hire them. i ruled out a lot of vendors for having poorly edited websites. it’s snobby, but it’s how i feel. i figure that any vendor who hasn’t bothered to proof their website is less likely to read my emails carefully.
Post # 5
I know just what you mean. If you’re running a reputable business, then I feel you should have a decent website to back you up. We tend to do so much of everything online that a good website should be high on the priority list. So I would be questioning their business as well. Its all in the details!
Post # 6
i emailed it to a friend and she said it just made her want to print it out and correct it and mail it to them! Yikes!
Post # 7
Well another thing you need to take into account is that the company may have paid a friend or someone else to keep maintenance up for their site. He may be a wiz at being a dj but who knows who did his site. I have personally seen people dj who aren’t the brightest bulbs in the box and they are fantastic at their work. Email the site owner and notify him of the errors, he may be glad that you did.
Post # 8
I hired a dj for a work event with the world’s worst website – just bad news bears all around. He did a great enough job at our event that my SIL hired him for her wedding.