Got Web Presence?

Is your small business, church, organization online?  Do you have a nice looking web site that is easy to navigate?  When your potential clients/parishioners go online to find a service or a church, are you easy to find?

These are critical questions.  The answers even more so.  Consider this recent thought from the inventors of the internet:

While the Internet has dramatically changed lives around the world, its full impact will only be realised when far more people and information go on-line, its founders said Wednesday.”The Web as I envisaged it, we have not seen it yet. The future is still so much bigger than the past,” said Tim Berners-Lee, one of the inventors of the World Wide Web, at a seminar on its future.

If you don’t have a presence on the world wide web, or if your site is lacking, you can’t afford to maintain the status quo.  People are searching for you online.   What are they finding?

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What is a Blog Site?

It's a dessert topping AND a floor wax!

It's a dessert topping AND a floor wax!

Remember the old Saturday Night Live commercial for the floor wax that was also a dessert topping?  Well it’s kinda like that.  A blog site is a web site that is also a blog!  With all the functionality of both, a blog site can meet the needs of any small business or ministry that wants to connect with it’s customers.  With a blog site you have the professional look and functionality of a web site along with the look and functionality of a blog.

Each new article is assigned a category.  Each category appears in the drop down menu in the top navigation that is present throughout the site.  You can get to any part of the blog site from any blog entry.  Simple navigation is key to keeping customers from getting confused or lost!

Each new article is also a blog entry allowing visitors to comment on the article.  With each comment you can capture information about your visitors while at the same time getting to know them.  Your customers can get to know each other as well.  As your site grows, so does your community.  As you build a community you can sell them products or present ideas.  Together you can change the world, or sell some useful gadgets.  It’s all up to you and your passion, using your blog site as a way to grow your audience.