You are absolutely fantastic. Thank you very much for your honest and valuable inputs. I have to say, that I do agree with all of the contents of the replies posted here. For that, I am now working on correcting some of the areas as well redesigning the site one more time. “Counter and marquee will be history”.
However, the main point of this site is really to get an approval from potential customers or better yet from developers like you who are daily involved with applications.
I have done some extensive market research to understand whether or not if the database application development business is a GOOD idea. Research shows that there is market out there with enough problems to solve. Being a developer, I’ve been involved with number of challenging problems and solved it.
I am still trying to figure out the answer to one question:
What should be the convincing factor to become a business?
Much to your credit, I have updated my web site: http://www.bsmsolutions.com . I now look back and realize that counter, fonts and some of the colors were really not so appealing. In anyway, I am still continuing with the survey idea. For just a bit more….Hope your visit to http://www.bsmsolutions.com will be more pleasant this time.
The bsmsolutions site has a spelling error on the front page...where it says "We intent to develop database modules..." should be intend not intent. same misspelling on "Solutions" page.
additional spelling errors or misuse of grammar
On Survey Page
"We have done an extensive research" - having "an" in this sentence is incorrect.
"Collected information " - this would read better as "Information Collected"
"Your are welcomed to fill out our survey " - "welcome" not welcomed
Hint - I used to be a proofreader
misspellings and inproper use of grammar are sure signs of lack of attention to detail and can sometimes be construed as laziness. Definitely not what you want your prospective customers to think of you or you business.