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I'm not able to click on those large icons. Feels like they should be links. And the photo seems a little creepy lol. Otherwise, I like it. Clean and responsive. I hate busy websites.

I'm not sure what your overall goal is, seems you want a very broad PC troubleshooting site? If so, there's just so much change that happens so fast, you may want to find something to focus on. For me, I'm lucky enough to work in an IT service department, so I'm able to create guides for new employees, and for our customers, and all of it is specific to our environment, which doesn't change too quickly. You will want to keep it as simple as you can, or you'll not be able to keep it up to date. Just a thought.

Also, for your cables section, and maybe for other areas... It's fun to point out that usually, if the cable or component easily plugs in, you put it in the right way. The most important thing is ensuring compatibility.
 

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Unfortunately, it's not available anymore. But as the OP described it, I suppose it had pretty lousy optimization and slow pages. Not good. I guess the problem is in the design because it's challenging to create a good one without special tools.

And unfortunately, the majority of tools and plugins aren't free, so people use free alternatives. It barely affects SEO optimization and doesn't get any traffic. I personally use the sitecentre design and SEO services because their team has enough experience and tools to create a good strategy. Sometimes it's better to ask for help than to do everything on your own.
 
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