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10 Reasons Why Your Website Failed

Posted by Sandra Turner on February 9, 2009

10. You Hired Your Nephew

So he is an electronic whiz. He plays video games, accumulates 2,000 texts on his phone a month, knows how to use the remote for your entertainment system plus took a website class in high school. You’ve heard that he has created a website or two and see an opportunity to save a few bucks. Sure, you can hire him for dirt cheap, but that’s about what you’ll end up with for your website. A few hundred dollars later, you find that the website he created has done more damage than good. You find yourself taking your URL off your business cards, stationary and email signatures. Worst of all you’re missing out on potential customers and profits. Read the rest of this entry »

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You Wouldn’t Get Legal Advice from a 12 year old – Don’t Skimp If You’re Serious

Posted by Sandra Turner on February 9, 2009

The ever-increasing accessibility and use of modern technology produces a burgeoning number of persons who qualify themselves as ‘web designers’. Modern internet technologies can be used by anyone, opening the web design market to anyone. Most of us know someone with an understanding of web site design. Oftentimes, they may be our 14 year old neighbor or “this guy my brother knows.” But, like other industries, there are varying levels of quality in the web design business. Some companies may offer to build you a site for $500 but, don’t skimp if you’re serious. Read the rest of this entry »

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Marketing For Chiropractors – What to Do During a Down Economy – By Todd Brown

Posted by Sandra Turner on February 9, 2009

“Freakin’ nuts”, is what average chiropractors think when they hear about what most of the REALLY successful chiropractors are doing and (advocating other docs do) during these wild economic times.

Let’s face it… Read the rest of this entry »

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