Read this if you’ve been getting calls from Google.
One thing I’ve found out from building websites for almost 20 years is that almost nobody is really happy with their website, their website provider, or the price. Not only that, they aren’t really sure if they can get anything better, they don’t have the time to figure it out, it isn’t a priority, and they think it would probably cost too much anyway, so they just stay with an unsatisfactory website that is always annoying them a little bit in the back of their mind.
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