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I am not sure if I should comment yet on Lowell.com since it looks like a creation in progress. One thing you could get into motion is your brand logo. Go to designoutpost.com and for a couple hundred dollars you can have one made. It will give your site that initial energy and a symbol that will stick. Many of our logos were created there. Our Nashville.com logo one is our favorite.
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I unveiled my new logo here: https://www.domaininvesting.com/index.php/2008/01/03/the-lowell-project-lowellcom-logo-unveiled/
The main reason I haven’t begun branding is that I don’t believe the logo works with the WordPress template that is up, and I don’t want people to confuse the old site with my new site that is being developed offline. I am only keeping the current site up for SEO purposes, as I don’t want it to get delisted.
namepros and sitepoint are also good places to have logos made