We used to sell websites, but that just didn't do the job. You see, our company goal has always been and will always be to help you grow your business. When we would build a website, people would check that off their list and move on. Consequently, the website would just be a static piece floating out in the Internet soup all by itself floating further and further away into oblivion. It takes more than a one shot website. What we found is that we couldn't achieve our prime directive of helping you grow your business that way. We had other services, but people weren't taking advantage of them generally.
Then we had an idea: To make our services so affordable that virtually every business could have them, and to make sure that they get found in the Internet soup, and to make sure that they stay found and even expand their influence on the Internet. So, we took a chance and tried it out on a couple of clients as well as some of our own products, and the groundwork was done for us to kick off our Trend Setter Package of services beginning in April, 2010.
No longer do we sell websites by themselves, or newsletters by themselves, or any stand alone product. Now our services come in a package, all of them beneficial to every imaginable customer. Here are the basic package services:
- An excellent and effective website
- A blog. This is the most important part of our package.
- Social Media. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others.
- SEO Search Engine Optimization to help you get found more easily.
- A monthly HTML email newsletter to communicate with your clients.
- Video. This was just added in October, 2010.
- Consulting services
- e-Commerce website to sell online with a shopping cart.
- eBay store. We have over 6 years experience in this area.
- MySpace for musicians.
Here's the really good news: It works. It is effective. It moves the needle and it creates influence. And, it is incredibly inexpensive for what services are rendered. Now, virtually any business can afford to have a large presence on the Internet.
Part 2 tomorrow. . .