Have you ever visited a web site, started reading the text and realize you have no idea what is being communicated to you. Have you ever felt that the web site you are reading appears to be written for a machine and not a person? Have you simply clicked away from the appalling web site?
Thinking of adding interactivity to your web site? Depending on the use, Interactive elements in a web site can be great additions. Examples include, photo galleries, event calendars, web blogs, information request forms, and many more. However, adding interactivity can also be a detriment to your web site if not managed properly. The key questions
Keyword relevance is another buzz word floating around the Internet by search engine optimization companies. This is almost as annoying as the ridiculous stat that these same companies when taking about 95% of web users find what they are looking for using the top 8 of 10 search engines.
Question? Would you hire a sales person without first knowing their purpose, their targets, and how you want them to interact with your customers? Most business owners would say “that is a stupid way to hire sales people”. So, if it is unacceptable to hire sales people this way, why is it acceptable to set-up
How will your business approach the Internet in 2005? Will you consider it nothing more than a place where teenagers hang-out to instant message their friend? Or, will you consider a valuable part of your businesses marketing strategy, one that will either give you a competitive advantage over your competition or one that will eventually