Is there a relationship between marketing and web design? Well, at a first glimpse I was tempted to say that they have nothing in common. Nevertheless, they can be very much related. Just think it from this perspective: a good web design can bring a strong communication with your clients. Then, why shouldn’t we try to use web design as a marketing strategy.
Things move fast around us, new methods and strategies appear all the time. Marketers can choose nowadays from a wide number of marketing methods. It all depends on your goal. Any marketing strategy, be it classic or modern, aims at catching the clients’ attention, so from this point of view the web design seems to be the perfect strategy. What appeals more to your eye than graphic design, blending colors and an inviting logo? (more…)
January 25th, 2007
How do you imagine the future of your business company? Brilliant, successful, and having a lot of customers? Well, in that case I must introduce you to Jumpeye Creative Media. It is an international company that provides high quality web design and web development services.
The company came into being in the year 2001 and since then it struggles to offer to its clients the best solutions in Internet, marketing and communication fields. Using the latest technology, Jumpeye will make your web site look much more different than “the traditional brochure” look it displays now. (more…)
January 24th, 2007
When art and innovation blend in software the result is a breathtaking web site. Well, may be you will ask me what can make a web site or an application look beautiful, so that it can be referred to as “art”?
The answer is that it all starts with web design. Art in web design is achieved if there is harmony, symmetry and proportion between color, lines, texture, graphics and font.
Have you ever thought that you can actually transmit a message to the reader through colors and images? Nowadays it is possible, and the phenomenon is called “graphic design”. It is a means of visual communication used by web designers to promote information. But pay attention not to give too much importance to images and colors because used in excess they can be harmful. (more…)
December 4th, 2006
The main goal of newsletter marketing is to get into the customer’s inbox.
Business companies are all looking for that magic trick that will prevent their newsletter from ending in the spam pile.
Usually newsletters build a strong relationship with the customer and are an excellent way to promote your business, that’s why inbox deliverability must become number one priority for any business company. (more…)
November 13th, 2006
How should I write a newsletter for my site that will make users come back for more? How can I make my newsletter stand from the rest and in the same time catch the reader’s attention? Indeed, these are questions that often come to our mind when we are faced with writing a newsletter.
The newsletter is the latest innovative tool, in terms of communication, that any popular site should have. This way you can help your company better promote its products and services. When people click the “sign up” button, they are opening a door for you. From this moment, you have the best opportunity to promote your business. (more…)
November 7th, 2006
Have you noticed recently that the world of online business is a “perpetuum mobile”, i.e. in continuous change and transformation?
If today your business is number one on the market, there are chances that tomorrow someone else will get ahead of you.
So, if you want your company to be always on the top, you’d better keep an open eye on the latest marketing strategies in order to find the ones that best suit your company’s needs. (more…)
November 1st, 2006
The two terms, “on-premises” and “hosted solutions”, refer to the most updated versions of Internet. They both attempt to bring a new light on the software system and services. Still, there’s a difference between them.
“On-premises” is very often referred to as “on-demand software”, or in other words “Application service provider” (ASP). Its main goal is to offer computer online services with high level complexity to customers. These services have a large target audience (such as e-mail users, startup and small businesses) and it also has a limited target audience (such as lawyers, real estate agencies, doctors, etc). (more…)
October 25th, 2006
Yeah…let’s talk about people. What can people say? Trust me when it comes to people you can’t even imagine how much they can say.
You will never be amazed by anything else because when it comes to a woman/man to talk waw…they sometimes overuse this thing we like to call language. Ok, maybe not everybody is a genius or knows about everything BUT COME ON PEOPLE the basic stuff at least.
Nobody asks you to be perfect at everything, but at least if you say you can use a computer PLEASE know a little bit about it! PLEASE have mercy on the people that truly want to help you and don’t take them out of their seats and take them to the point where they’d rather go in the desert for a month and live on little water. (more…)
October 6th, 2006
Evolution is a characteristic of human society. The development of dot.com sites in 2001 represented a landmark in technology.
Nevertheless, technology and science keep on evolving so that they have recently come up with a second version of internet, known under the name of web 2.0. (more…)
October 5th, 2006
Keeping an eye to the traffic of visitors on a website is the key to success for any business.
Do you wonder sometimes why customers leave their online shopping cart?
Check your web navigation stats.
You don’t understand why your customers never get to the last page of your site?
Look at how much time they must spend on the home page to grasp the necessary information.
You have noticed that the popularity of your site is going down?
Then you need innovative tools that can help you see which sites your visitors come from. (more…)
October 2nd, 2006