What are the benefits of having an online presence?
  • Your products are available to view from anywhere in the world and you can be contacted 24 hours a day.
  • Once indexed with the major search engines you can be found by your potential customers within minutes.
  • Information rich pages put your customers in touch with your product in a way that conventional company literature cannot without considerable expense.
  • You can save time and effort by referring your customers to information on your site.
  • Sites geared towards ecommerce can automate many of the activities associated with selling a product.
  • You will be open to customers around the globe in a way that no other marketing tool can match.
  • Your products are available to view from anywhere in the world and you can be contacted 24 hours a day.
  • Your business can expand freely to meet an increase of customers with minimum overheads.

Are you contemplating a move into the Internet market place?


“The agricultural and industrial revolutions changed the face of business as will the technological revolution.”
A web presence can cost less than you think and you don't have to compromise on quality either. We can offer tailor made solutions that meet your needs on a pay monthly basis or fixed fee. Why not contact us to discuss your requirements or arrange an initial consultation?
What are your business needs?

  • If you are a business considering a move into web technology you need to consider what the needs of your business are and how you anticipate having a web presence will help your business generate revenue or deliver a subjective benefit.
  • Your investment in web technology should generate income equal to or in excess of the initial investment year on year.
  • Web solutions can be tailored to be as simple or as complex and as managed or as autonomous as required.
  • The web site should address the needs of the business.
  • The web site should be targeted to specific audiences
Some Common Considerations

  • Local/National/International focus
  • How will you advertise your web in the ‘real world’
  • Search engine optimisation and registration
  • Site authoring and management
  • Cost structure. One off cost versus Recurring Monthly Charge
  • Required frequency of site edits
  • Office facilities (pc, broadband, email, web cam, printer)
  • Web complexity – one page site to full eCommerce.
  • Target your audience by gender and age.
  • Style and design
  • Web 1.0 and 2.0 content – the differences and the consequences
  • The user experience
  • Are there any potential local partnerships with whom you can link to and visa versa?