January 3rd, 2007 By krastev
By: S. Reeves Morris
If you have ever looked at the templates available at some hosting sites, you know that the basic website is made easy for anyone. You can have a decent looking homepage with information about your services, several pages of details, and a contact page. Visitors will be able to find you on the World Wide Web if they search for your name. But if they already know your name, what’s the point? Aren’t you on the web in the first place to find new clients?
So the trick is to get a web presence that is more than just the basic five page template and an email address. You need a space that will draw visitors to your site who have never heard of your company, and perhaps have never heard of your product or service. You want to appeal to the masses of people in the demographics targeted by your market research.
To do this, you need to know what they are looking for beyond what you have to offer. You need to know what type of person, what type of buyer, and what type of browser they are. You will need to do some of this research and brainstorming on your own or with a Denver application development team to get where you need to be. A marketing specialist can also help you to focus your marketing dollars on areas that will be profitable.
For your website to be successful then, it needs to draw these potential buyers to your business. And of equal importance, it needs to keep them there once they arrive. Application development, Denver business owners find, is the most effective means of accomplishing this. Why? Because application development is the way in which you can tailor your website to the needs and habits of your buyers.
Say you sell a wide variety of products related to gardening. You design a wonderful website with a green color scheme and have it up and running in no time. You hire a copywriter to create some informative articles and you have a web designer help you with SEO. You establish links with other outdoor companies, including pool sales, yard maintenance services, and patio product websites. These are all wonderful ways to get people to your site.
After they arrive, you need to give them something to come back for. This is where Denver application development comes in. The first thing you need is an effective search feature that will help these visitors to find exactly what they are looking for in your site. An effective Denver application development team can do this, optimizing the search results for related items within your inventory.
Next, you need an application that can handle all the inventory varieties you have to offer, plus the shopping cart experience that will go with your site esthetics, as well as provide the smoothest check out experience for you customers. You will also want an email listing application that can automatically send a thank you or a welcome to your new customer after they make a purchase. Plus an opt-in email newsletter for gardening news, articles, and product updates.
Without application development to suit your particular website, none of this is possible. So take the time to research Denver application development and invest in the future of your company.
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This article was written by S. Reeves Morris. Mr. Morris runs the Internet
technology company New Media located in downtown Denver, Colorado
(http://www.NewMediaDenver.com), which for 10 years has been dedicated to
helping businesses succeed online.The Person is a SEO Expert who keeps himself
updated all latest Search Engine Optimization and Link Building Techniques.
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