hundred and twenty nine million people access the web on a regular
basis. This generates $38 billion dollars in the US alone. To bring it
closer to home, Kiwis logged on 1,689,515 times in June this year www.nielsen-netratings.com
. If you haven't hooked up to the web, why not and what are you going to
do about it? If you own a business, why aren't you advertising there?
common reason I've heard for not having a page, is that webpage design
is expensive. This can be true but remember the old adage - sometimes
you have to spend money to make money. The cost of design can seem quite
extravagant, (someone I know was recently quoted $10,000), so it pays to
shop around. Having worked on some basic web pages, I can tell you
there's a lot of work involved even on basic sites, hence the price.
are some of Wellingtons site builders I liked, - I have no rational for
choosing them other than my own biased opinion. And I should add that I
have no connection with any of these firms, I have chosen them randomly
'out of the phone book' on the basis that I like what they do. There are
more to choose from.
www.wildrooster.com - their
designs are simple, clear and easy to follow. More importantly, they
avoid what I consider to be 'evil' Flash intros. They use plain
backgrounds and make their buttons 'roll-overs', giving it that
interactive feel. They're obviously working on that old adage that
simplicity is best. What I really liked was the psychedelic rooster.
They won the Golden Web goldenwebawards.com