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NetSource Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of Secure Built, LLC‘s new custom website. Secure Built, LLC is a custom home builder that believes in “raising local industry standards and embracing smart home technology, all while building future proof homes”. They bring over 18 years of construction experience to the Central Florida area. Secure Built, LLC is located in Ocala, Florida.
NetSource Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of Advanced Automation Systems, Inc.‘s new custom website. Advanced Automation Systems, Inc. is a full-service building automation contractor that has been serving the West Coast of Florida since 1995. They are located in Tampa, Florida.
No one wants to tell someone their baby is ugly. The same goes for ugly websites. Brent Haeseker takes you through the questions you should be asking yourself to determine if customers are actually pleased with your website or if it may be time to redesign.
NetSource Technologies, Inc. is proud to announce the launch of Legacy Appraisal Services’ new custom website. Legacy Appraisal Services, LLC specializes in the valuation and financial analysis of the timberland asset. The company’s staff has a combined 50 years of experience and they are located in High Springs, Florida.
- Introduction about your company.
- What information is collected and how?
- How is that information used?
- How is the information stored/protected?
- If/how the information is shared.
- Your company’s contact information (email, phone and mailing address).
- Notification that by using the website, the visitor consents to the terms.
You just got the thumbs up from your developer that all the new site files are published to your hosting space – your new site is finally live! You thank your developer, enjoy the moment, and then get back to business – which is running your business. The last thing you want to think about now is reliving the redesign process. And that’s the last thing I want you to think about too. That’s why I want to talk to you about ongoing maintenance to your website after launch.
The contract is signed. You have just hired a website developer to redesign your website. Congratulations! Is it now time to say “call me when it’s done”? No, not quite. While you are hiring a professional to do the work for you, there are still a few steps for you to do. While it may vary from one development firm to the next, this chapter describes the typical development process and how you fit into it.
There will be some upfront deposit that is necessary before development begins. Make sure to handle this promptly to avoid delays in starting production. Your site won’t get scheduled on a developers’ production schedule until this initial deposit is received. This means other projects that make their deposit before yours have an opportunity to move ahead of you in the queue.
Once a provider is selected it is time to move to the proposal process. The proposal will map out the project specifications and all pricing involved. This document is very important, as it is blueprint for your project. It is what the development team will work off of and it determines what you are spending. Therefore, it is important to make sure this document is easy to understand and leaves no questions behind. Here are the main things to look for when reviewing a developer’s proposal:
It is a common-held misconception by many business owners that once their website is up and running it will need minimal updates from then on. However, the truth is there will come a time when every businesses website will need to be totally redesigned. It could be years before that redesign is needed or it could be after only one year but how do you know when that time has come? Well, there are many indications that can signal it is time to redesign your website. Below are fourteen signs that it might be time to take some action.