Providing services to the development and implementation of innovations in the digital network
We develop all types of modern web sites, web applications and any digital web products.
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In digital marketing, a landing page is a standalone web page, created specifically for the purposes of a marketing or advertising campaign. It’s where a visitor “lands” when they have clicked on a Google AdWords ad or similar.
Landing pages are designed with a single focused objective – known as a Call to Action (CTA).
Authors and writers have their own websites which include their biography, a catalogue of their works with reviews and comments, as well as links to their social media, blog and places their publications are being sold online.
This is especially useful in the world of publishing and establishment of a fan base.
People took the words Web Logs and shortened it to Blogs—online diaries, journals, or editorials. How Blogs have taken over the Internet. A person used to be outdated if he/she did not have a website, now having a blog. A blog owner will log-on daily, weekly, or whenever, and write about whatever is going on in their lives or business, or they may comment on politics and news.
Now anyone who can afford a blog can be self published and allow their thoughts to be read by anyone in the world who has online access.
In the days before the Internet, we used the print, radio, and television media to spread the word about our businesses. Now we can cast a large net, reaching literally millions of people with just one website. With your online brochure or catalog, you can show anyone who looks for and finds your website, photos and descriptions of your products or services.
To some this may sound like an Ecommerce Website, but there are many businesses that deal in products or services that are not sellable over the web—think hair-stylist, dentist, or day-care center.
Ever hear of Amazon.com? It's one of the grand-daddies of all ecommerce websites. But you don't have to be an Amazon to sell your products online. There are millions of small businesses who use their ecommerce websites to sell their products over the Internet.
Just about anything that can be sold in a brick-and-mortar store can be sold online—with much less overhead!