Standards-based user-friendly web design isn't just a tag-line
When you go to a web site you expect to learn basic information in a hurry no matter how you're accessing the site.
Information such as: who, what, where, when, why and how.
- Who are you?
- What is your background, what makes you special?
- Where are you?
- When are you open?
- Why should I come to your place of business as apposed to another business that sells the same thing?
- How do I contact you?
In this day and age it is imperative that your business have an online presence in order to be successful. The web is the first place people go when searching for someone to do a job for them. Whether it's a restaurant to cook and serve them a meal, a hairdresser to cut, style or color their hair, a contractor to design a landscape or a painter to paint their house.
No matter what a person is looking for he or she comes to the internet ready to buy. If you have a well designed professional web site containing relevant easy to find content, then anyone can find what they're looking for any time of the day or night.
The days of using the phone book are over. People no longer let their fingers do the walking through the yellow pages. They plug a search term into Google and hit enter. If your site doesn't show up on the first or, at the most, second page of that list, they won't find you. If they find your page but don't find what they want within 2 or 3 clicks then they'll go to the next page on the search list.
If you aren't in that list, they won't find you.
I can help you become a part of that list.