What People Want From Your Website

October 3rd, 2008 by admin

What People Want From Your Website

  • People don’t want to be sold to on the web. We can’t turn off ads on TV and radio but when it comes to the web, we are all part of it, and we can decide on our own whether to accept advertisements or not. And most of the time, we don’t.
  • People look for information above anything else. Few of us are looking or willing to buy right away. Carefully written information, however, can persuade us to buy.
  • Millions of web pages are competing for our attention. Make your own website stand out and watch it become successful

How To Build A Great Web Site

October 3rd, 2008 by admin

You’re here because you want to make a website, right? I’m a web designer of Branding-Studio.com and, if you were to hire me, I would charge anywhere between $1,000 and $3,000 to build a small web site. But this article is about how to make a website for far less.

There is one universal truth in website making: To make a website you need either time or money — or both. Time and money often substitute each other (you can pay $$$ and have a website up and running in 2 weeks or you can save your cash, spend your own time building a website and have it up and running in 2-6 months). How do you find the right balance between time and money? Here’s how.

Hiring someone to create a website for you:

  • Professional web site design services are outrageously expensive these days.
  • There are cheap designers out there, but the quality of their work is questionable at best.
  • You can avoid paying a fortune to make a website if you are willing to give it a try yourself (see right).

Building a website on your own:

(a) Take the long, time-consuming way of building it “brick-by-brick”:

  • This is the #1 reason people shy away from making websites on their own.
  • It involves lots of time — time needed to acquire the skills and time needed for the actual building. This is time you don’t have or, in other words, time that would be better spent elsewhere.
  • (a) Take the long, time-consuming way of building it “brick-by-brick”:

  • This is the #1 reason people shy away from making websites on their own.
  • It involves lots of time — time needed to acquire the skills and time needed for the actual building. This is time you don’t have or, in other words, time that would be better spent elsewhere.

I use option (a) but I’m a webmaster, I make a living from building websites. You, on the other hand, are not. You make a living from other activities and a website can, at most, help you do it better. So if you are not web deweloper and you have no 6-7 month but you want have more customers and partners just chose us and  we will make your dreams about own web site and online bussiness comes true Branding-Studio.com – we will help you to start your online business or story.

Web Design – ??? Web development – ??? S.E.O. – ???

September 30th, 2008 by admin

Web designWeb design is about much more than creating a design that is fresh and appealing. Any web site that is to become successful as a sales and marketing tool needs to be intuitive and easy to use for first-time and repeat visitors.
Web developmentWeb development is a broad term used to describe a wide range of services. At Mutiny Design we are able to cater for everything from advanced intranet applications to eCommerce solutions to simple HTML & CSS projects.
S.E.O. - Search engine optimisation is generally a service that involves a lot of money and a lot of risk. For those reasons we temporarily remove money from the equation by not asking for a penny until you have seen results.