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Old 02-02-2006, 01:46 AM   #1
Richard Waller
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Default A neat low cost design

www.mdpl.co.uk is a low cost site I designed some time ago, and in truth, I had forgotton. Looking at it today it still looks fine to me.

A recent prospect came to me and wants one of those sites that says in large letters they have made a million pounds in just three months, and they say very strongly that success lies in having a very very long swodge of text without an index and you have to keep reading all the words before you get to the punchline that says all you have to do is send $50 and you will receive all the tools necessary etc.

This latter technique is against my religion and I declined to help them. Apart from my fee being about 12-times the fee they were paying the spam artist.

Richard Waller

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