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44 Web design- Our latest website….

»Posted by on 3 Nov, 2011 in News | Comments Off on 44 Web design- Our latest website….

Our most recent website creation went live this week. This site offers: Videos, Social networking, imagery, Security, Forms etc.. Take a look: Homecare Buddies

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Why does my business need a website?

»Posted by on 8 Aug, 2011 in News | Comments Off on Why does my business need a website?

T op 10 Reasons Why Your Business Needs a Website 1. Your Business is Open to the World 24/7, 365 Days a Year Unlike your company’s office that may be open from 8-5, Monday thru Friday, your company ‘s website is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There are many different time zones that may affect your business, which is why being on the web makes it time convenient for everyone. 2. It’s Your Online Brochure / Catalog, That Can Be Changed at Anytime A website is easier, cheaper and quicker to update than print material. Its’ capacities are almost limitless which allow you to provide users with more comprehensive information. This will save you money on printing and distribution costs as well. 3. Reach New Markets with a Global Audience...

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The importance of a website in a recession

»Posted by on 8 Jul, 2011 in News | Comments Off on The importance of a website in a recession

The words ‘credit crunch’ and ‘recession’ now form a staple part of the media’s daily mantra. Every day we hear the finance problems are apparently worsening and that if the newspapers’ sensationalism is even partly accurate then things won’t be getting better for the time being. This is indeed a difficult time where jobs are lost and marketing budgets are cut. So as you tighten the purse strings on your business, what will you do with your company website? Will you invest more money into it, or leave it on the back burner? Here I present five reasons why during this financial crisis you want to make your website your upmost priority. More cost-effective than any other marketing The knee-jerk reaction when funds are low is to reduce head count and...

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