Tell me, does your company brochure say, "Welcome to Our Brochure"?
Does your website truly deserve less attention to quality than your advertising, brochure or business card? (Also, we suggest that good grammar supports effective communications and enhances your company image.)
Superlative clichés are no stronger than the old fashioned kind. Be original.
Especially for your home page, grab those web "eyeballs" right away. Save the showboat graphics for subsequent pages. If you must employ something complex, offer a "skip ahead" button. (This advice does not apply if you are in the "entertainment" business.) In most cases we feel people are primarily visiting your website looking for information. Don't decorate; communicate.
When a link from your page comes up "404" it means you haven't been paying attention to your website. For several of our clients, Influential acts as their "virtual" webmaster.
Web surfers are used to seeing websites their way. Offer them clear links and plenty of options.
Hey, you aren't the type to not return phone calls are you? People expect e-mail answers in "Internet" time, hours instead of days.
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