When it comes to websites, most clients want to have a beautiful looking and featureful landing page. They want all the bells and whistles, the whole shebang, anything and everything that money can buy. So much so that very little Continue reading Visitors Don’t Always Come Through Your Front Door
I’m really surprised that there still are people who don’t know the difference between a website and a blog… I’ve lost count of the number of times when I had to explain what they are, and what they’re not. A Continue reading The Same Old “I Want A Website, Not A Blog” Excuse
Strange as this may seem, but how often do corporate website owners visit their own websites? If you don’t even visit your own website, then how do you expect strangers to visit them at all? The mantra that we’ve always Continue reading How Often Do You Visit Your Own Website?
I’ve actually come across people who regretted having set up their corporate website. When I ask them why they regretted it, it’s almost always because their website isn’t generating the traffic that they expect. When probed further whether they regularly update their Continue reading Why Do I Need A Corporate Website When I’m Already Active In Social Media?
Many corporations know that they need a corporate website to be visible. However, most of them don’t know that merely having a corporate website doesn’t necessarily mean that they have web presence too. So what exactly is web presence anyway? I Continue reading Having A Website Vs. Having Web Presence
There are many channels to spread your brand message. from the traditional print and electronic media, to the information age’s social media. So then why is it so difficult to make your brand identity stick to your intended audience? Answer Continue reading Anchor Your Brand With Your Corporate Website
Every business organisation student dreads exam questions that ask to describe or apply Maslow’s Heirarchy Of Needs in a business context. But applying it to corporate communications? Even designing and maintaining websites? Are business theories even applicable in the creative Continue reading Maslow’s Heirarchy Of Needs For Websites?
In the previous instalment, we explored why many companies have undead corporate websites. Technically alive, as their hosting and domain fees are paid, and all the links are working as advertised. Undead because it doesn’t do anything other than occupy their little plot of Continue reading Why Do Corporations Have Undead Websites? Part 2 of 2
Having a website these days is ubiquitous to any corporations, even individuals. But parking a static website permanently in cyberspace? That is as good as employing zombies to man your reception counter. You are literary having an undead website running loose in Continue reading Why Do Corporations Have Undead Websites? Part 1 of 2
Just like the infamous undead monster that was brought to life by stitching together dead human body parts by Dr. Victor Frankenstein, the protagonist in Mary Shelly’s novel, Frankenstein, your website… is alive… Or at least it should be. But how exactly is Continue reading It….. It….. It’s Alive!…..