Web Design

How many times have people asked “how can I see your website?” Everybody’s got a website. Businesses use them to sell products. Individuals have their blogs. The quality of these  sites and the purposes they serve, however, do vary.

One of the primary functions of any site should be to network.  In the technology age, it is a simple fact that the internet is here, and it connects you to the world. A website lets people know you exist, lets them know what you’re about, and lets them know how to reach you.

All of that is just great as long as people know you’re there.  According to the Netcraft Web Server Survey,  As of November, 2013 around 644,848,493 websites were available on world wide web. There has been an increase of 87 million hostnames and 15 million active websites over the last few months. So how does somebody find you?

I manage a staff who lives for the answers to that question. While some of us are overwhelmed by the internet, these guys see it as a fun playground.  It is estimated that 78% of the current sites available are outdated, difficult to navigate, and unattractive.  Some sites still have “virtual tours.” What? That is so 2002. We can tilt at windmills all day, but the web is here, it is now, and there is no reason why your site can’t be just as glamorous and up to date as anyone else’s.

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