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Facebook Etiquette

Ever see a Facebook post that reads like half a conversation? Or have you witnessed an exchange between two people you wish had been kept to themselves? Everyone, it seems, is using Facebook, but lacking a user's manual, everyone is using it any which way they like, and committing all sorts of faux pas. Here are a few simple rules of etiquette to help the lay Facebook user play nice with their friends. 

Choosing a Quality Host

Price is too often the overriding factor people use to select a host provider. I don't think it's because they're just cheap. Rather I think its because they are unaware of the risks and needs of the service. 

Personal Service

What are the chances you'll get a technician on the other end of a phone within 10 minutes? When you do, will they speak English as a primary language, or are they still learning it? Will the person on the other end remember your name when you call back another day? What is the tenure of their CSR's? 

Infected by a Fake Antivirus?

Did you know that 15% of all malware comes in the form of a fake anti-virus scam. That's where you buy into an online antivirus service that is at best useless and at worst a virus. And they generally take your money for the privilege. 

In fact, the problem is so severe that Google has found 11,000 domains that are involved in these bogus services. That's according to a study by Google that was just released. See http://news.cnet.com/8301-27080_3-20003340-245.html?tag=newsEditorsPicksArea.0

What social networks do you use?

Web Scams to Avoid

Here's your body armor. 

Every day we see new scams in the forms of junk mail, chain mail, zombie mail and scareware et cetera. At first, one might tend toward paranoia and cynical attitude toward web society in general. But remembering to ask questions first and take action later is usually the safest policy. If you see something strange, ask a friend. If you're still not sure...we're here to help. Below are some tips. 

Web Hosting: Database NOT Optional

Avoid hosting companies that charge extra to include a database. 

Here's Why

A database is required for any web site that has a CMS or Content Management System. A CMS allows you to easily add pages and edit your content without knowing HTML and other programming languages. If you don't have a database, then you can't have a CMS, and you can't update your own web site without being a programmer. That's bad for business.

Do you do maintenance?

Yes. We can work in most major platforms and frameworks. Unless your site is very proprietary, we can probably work with it until such time that you become tired of it or the system it's built on is too old to do what you want. 

What's a CMS?

Are you a do-it-yourselfer? OR do you like to have a hand in running the various aspects of your company, even if you're not the main expert? 

CMS stands for "Content Management System". It's software installed in your web site that allows you to quickly and easily edit your web site. More than that, you can add an unlimited number of pages without paying extra to do it. You can load photos and downloadable documents. A good CMS has a formatting toolbar similar to Microsoft Word or some other word processor. It's easy and non-technical. 

Terms & Conditions for Service

Design and Development

We sell design and development by the concept. Only our single best concept will be provided unless we specify a different number of concepts. We allow for only one round of changes from your concepts. We cannot stay within your budget to make more changes after the first round. We reserve the right to determine if the changes you ask for are enough to constitute creating a new concept.

What's a ballpark cost for a web site?

Costs change all the time, so it's important to get the latest update from us on your particular project. 

All sites come with a CMS that lets you add pages and make changes yourself as well as managing other features that might be included in your project. 

A blog is a special case, but inexpensive. Talk with us about it. 

A basic web site usually costs anywhere from $500 to $1,500, and yes, it IS still possible to be more or less than this range. 

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