Affordable Web Design

Written by Ian Bruce

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It is crucial to considerrepparttar site visitors experience. Long download times, overuse of annoying adverts/animation, confusing navigation, and hard to find contact details, arerepparttar 137789 4 biggest threats to keeping potential customers on your site, and away from competitors.

4. Offer clients a solution

Web sites that target client requirements, and offer solutions arerepparttar 137790 most effective way to generate enquiries. Once they make contact, then it is over to you to do what you do best, sell your services/products. Think of your Web sites homepage as a launch pad to all your services/products. Make it easy for your visitors to find what they are looking for, withrepparttar 137791 minimum of clicks.

5. keep your content fresh

Will people really come back to your site if they seerepparttar 137792 same content? A CMS (Content Management System)

allows you to update any page form any computer, at any time. Update news, special offers, get feedback. Turn a static site into an interactive experience, and give people a reason to bookmark your site.

6. Promote

There is no point in having a web site if customers dont know about it. Search Engine listings are vital (although there are no placement guarentees these days!)

Place your web address on all your existing, and future advertising, business cards, letterheads, fax headers, magazine adverts. Dont wait for clients to come to you, be proactive.

7. Keep them coming back

The best visitor to your site, isrepparttar 137793 one that keeps coming back. It shows that they value your site, and that they trust you. Making a great user experience, that offers up to date information, relevant information, ease of function, and actually helpsrepparttar 137794 visitor will increase your sites popularity. And this will make a great impact on your company.

Contact Blue Square Media to get your Web site working for you.

Ian Bruce is Creative Director of Blue Square Media, and has been in the design industry since the mid 1990's

Developing and Optimizing Your Website Ė Let Flash Help You

Written by Kay Zetkin

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Your companyís choice of web developers and designers must have definite ideas on which form a web site may take. While, some are loyal to HTML, faithful to textual, business-based notion ofrepparttar Web, others have more faith inrepparttar 137694 'cutting edge technology' and a website thatís expression based. Itís up to them how to take advantage ofrepparttar 137695 Flashís benefits. Flash version 4 introduced a scripting language called ActionScript which will allow your site to interact withrepparttar 137696 users. ActionScript also have series of buttons, controls, draggable windows located insiderepparttar 137697 browser. This makes advanced sites look more like operating systems rather than static web sites. Then,repparttar 137698 Flash version 5 introducedrepparttar 137699 a highly restored ActionScript language thatís object-oriented. Quite alike JavaScript it now has a fully integrated development environment. Vector based images can also be created with Flash. It provides professional web designers with a complete tool sets around, thereby giving site users and customers astounding multimedia experiences that are functional atrepparttar 137700 same time.

Thus, we give you some solution in keeping your users happily browsing though your website and eventually turn them into your solid customers. Just remind your web developer that Flash is fast becomingrepparttar 137701 central application for generating hot, low-bandwidth, interactive content overrepparttar 137702 web.-30-

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Kay Zetkin discovered the pleasure of writing through her daily journals as a teen-ager. Writing in it helped sort out her thoughts, relieve her feelings and record what she observes of the world.

For her, writing is an effective tool to express your viewpoints... To write is already to choose, thus, writing should be done along with a critical mind and a caring soul. She hopes to become more professional, skilled and mature in her craft.

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