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Get 20% Off with our website scrappage scheme.
Just like the government's scheme to scrap old cars in exchange for a new one, we have introduced our own website scrappage scheme.
In these tough times of recession everyone is trying to save money. Our scrappage scheme will allow you to trade in your old site in exchange for a brand new one.
With the latest developments in web design and browsers you could have a new site which takes advantage of these new technologies.
If you have an old website you are thinking of upgrading, why not trade in your old one and save 20%
Quote Offer Code WEBSCRAP
We have put together a list of 50 things you should no about websites, this is not a definitive list by any means but it will give you a good idea of what to look for, without boring you too much. We Hope!
If you are selling products online then your web site must attract potential customers to your product, or range of products, and then make it easy for them to buy from you. However, building a web site to achieve these two objectives is not as easy as you might think and many businesses succeed in attracting customers to their offer but then fail to capture a sale because they make things too difficult.
We thought this article may interest many of our clients who use our newsletter services, Newsletters are great but they do have a habit of been picked up by spam filters. We have put together a list of do's and don'ts to keep your newsletter out of spam and in the inbox.
As you create an email message, then send it and analyze delivery results, remember to stay focused on the following primary concerns.
As more pages mean more expense, it makes sense to look at how the pages of your website will impact on the effectiveness of the site. There are a few unwritten rules regarding what content should be included and whether it should have it's own page. I'll try to give a view of which pages are essential and why.
Generally, a website should be at least 5 pages. This is because there's certain information we as web users have come to expect.