Oh, where to start ! If you want a respectable website it would be best need to start all over again. I can only give some very general tips. - Use good quality, sharp, nice-looking and relevant images. If you can't find a good one, use no image. - Do not praise your own talents all the time (nobody believes that someone else has written all this about you). - Back up claims with documents, dates, links.... The Internet is a hard and cynical world. People look for references, and Google is my friend. - Omit irrelevant information. Paul Newman and Billy Connolly are hardly authorities on classical music, and neither was Klaus Wunderlich to be honest. etc.... Images, fonts, layout, etc are important, but content is what matters above all. The reason I harp on all this is that we've a history on Piano Society of people making all manner of false claims. I make it a habit of researching and refuting any false or improbable claims. Like this wannabe composer who mentioned a specific pianist as a protagonist of his work. I contacted that pianist and she promptly replied that she'd never even heard of the guy. I was now thinking of contacting Prof. Erber to ask for details on his collaboration with you (the others are all dead alas, and I'm not going to try and ask Connolly) but I've so far fount no contact address. Also I find no evidence that Erber is the "pianist of the Gewandhaus" as you write. It's either not true or not important enough to mention on Wikipedia or www.chopin-gesellschaft.de. So, we've had some good sparring, and managed to keep everything nice and civilized despite the incompatible stand points. Quite feat - all too often arguments end in bitterness and shouting. I wish you well. And as I wrote, come back any time to talk about piano matters.