Leasing a website

May 27, 2010
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Hi - I'm working on a project that is aimed at bookkeepers and accountants, initially in the UK but expanding later - the aim is to provide a great looking website, with guaranteed SEO results e.g. be top of the major search engines when someone does a search for your service e.g. Manchester Bookkeeping

The aim is to provide the site with no upfront costs, or long term commitments on a professionally drafted lease basis - what's your opinion on this - is an all inclusive, hands off internet marketing solution something (in principal) that accountants/bookkeepers would be interested in? Or would not owning the site put you off?
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