AncientMayanRuins.com

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  1. mayazir

    mayazir Active Member VIP

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  2. Reu Torah

    Reu Torah Established Member

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    i like the colors and background and UI is neat and clean and its very beautiful website design. Keep up the good work.
     
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    mayazir Active Member VIP

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    Thanks.
     
  5. DzignStudios

    DzignStudios Market Restricted

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    wow! It's good to see someone making a website about the Mayans! Good luck mate.. I am sure the site will grow big. Nice design too. :)
     
  6. mayazir

    mayazir Active Member VIP

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    @DzignStudios
    thanks, this is the part of MexicanRoutes.com project.
    pre-columbian cultures of Mexico was my hobby from childhood.
    maybe because of my name, because my name is Maya :)
     
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    mayazir Active Member VIP

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    @WatchDogue,
    yes it is part of the same project, I use it to sent traffic to MexicanRoutes.com, just this one uses adsense.
    so, what do you think about this one?
     
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    Yes, I am aware of that nice website and will look it over and provide some comments.
     
  9. WatchDogue

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    From a prior visit and from a recent visit to this website I was intrigued and impressed with the overall layout, content and, theme of the website.

    On the Home Page is a major section titled:

    " WHAT WILL YOU FIND HERE ".

    In that section is the word " Recommender ", should the word be " Recommended"?

    Also in that section it states that " hours" and " fees " regarding each of the listed ruins is provided in the description of that specific ruin.

    Perhaps the "hours and fees" are cited however, I " spot checked " at random LANANI and was unable to easily find or find at all the " hours and fees " for that site and also for a few other sites.

    I mention this because a tourist would most likely require " hours and fees " in their itinerary planning.

    IF indeed "hours and fees" are included in the specific site's description perhaps this should be mentioned under a sub-header or similar to be more accessible.

    Liked the various " historic facts " as provided with various locales - Road fill from the ruins ( Belize description page ) - terrible practice IMO.

    Overall a very impressive site and BTW the ads were not too distracting.

    A very nice and inviting website, quite informative and easy to navigate.
     
  10. mayazir

    mayazir Active Member VIP

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    I saw you yesterday checking a coulple of page there, because of that I commented it
     
  11. mayazir

    mayazir Active Member VIP

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    I am updating both websites by the moment, some hours here, some hours there, opening and editing random posts.
    This website was created more than 2 years ago just for test this wp theme.
    It was a small size website test before build a big one obout Mexico.
     

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