Mobile is critical to your online success. Not simply whether you have a mobile website or not, but how well does it perform, how easy is it to use, how quickly does it download, and how good does it look? Mobile websites and online commerce have grown rapidly in the last few years. With such rapid growth, some of the buzzwords and definitions have gotten a little fuzzy. Specifically, what the heck is the difference between a responsive and an adaptive website? Is there a difference? Which one do I need? […]
The NetSource Technologies web design team has just launched a brand new E-Commerce website for Mountain & Sackett. The new website features a custom design and improved user experience, allowing Mountain & Sackett to showcase their product lines to potential new customers.
Mountain & Sackett began manufacturing high-quality neckwear in 1957 in Manhattan, New York. They have since grown in both size and popularity, and now carry a wide variety of hand crafted ties that emulate the sophisticated elegance of Europe’s finest artisan workshops.
Mountain & Sackett’s previous website was outdated and not optimized for mobile users. Since the majority of website users now use their phone as their main searching device, it was extremely important for the new website to be mobile friendly. We also upgraded the website to the latest version of our E-Commerce platform, ProductCart 5.2, allowing Mountain & Sackett to have more features, better security, and improved management of their inventory, shipping, and overall functionality.
The new E-Commerce features, combined with a custom website theme, helped NetSource’s designers give Mountain & Sackett a bold new online presence and immersive user experience for their website. Improved site functionality and navigational structure will help their customers have an enjoyable online shopping experience, whether they’re on desktop, mobile, or a tablet.
Mountain & Sackett’s new website gives them full control of the content and images on their website, allowing them to feature their top quality neckties, bowties, cummerbunds, and more. They also have a sale section where they can add and remove products with ease. The header of the website also contains links to their social media accounts, including Facebook and Google Plus.
NetSource Technologies is an award-winning web design, hosting, e-commerce and consulting company that has been serving Central Florida and clients nationwide since 1995. If you have a vision for a new business, a new website, or have a current website that needs some revamping, call our experts at 1-800-709-3240 or Contact Us online.
Beginning in March of 2016, the website design team at NetSource Technologies set out to help the Marion County Health Alliance create a website and brand that matched their vision: “To make Marion County the healthiest county in Florida.” The new website, www.livehealthiermarion.com has given the Alliance a platform to educate the community and share their expertise on living a healthier lifestyle. […]
Everyone knows what bad design looks like. I know what you’re thinking: If everyone knows what bad design looks like, then why do people still think animated flaming skulls on websites are a good idea? […]
NetSource’s web design team is proud to launch a new website for Camperland Trailer Sales, Inc., using our exclusive dealer website system, EZ-Sites. Camperland Trailer Sales in Conroe, Texas recently launched their new website www.camperland.net using our SiteSource 3.0 management system.
This new website is both mobile responsive and search engine friendly, which helped improve the user experience for Camperland’s customers. The SiteSource 3.0 Content Management System gives Camperland’s staff the ability to easily update and manage their new website. NetSource Technology’s exclusive EZ-Sites RV dealer website system gives RV dealers full control of their website, allowing dealers to access and edit all their content, inventory, and pages 24/7 from their own browser.
Our design team here at NetSource Technologies is excited to announce the launch of www.ocalagranprix.com a new custom-built website for Ocala Gran Prix.
Ocala Gran Prix is a nationally renowned Karting facility that has a full service kart and engine shop. Their new custom website uses our SiteSource 3 content management system (CMS), allowing the Ocala Gran Prix staff to easily manage all their pages and content. The website also has an online Kart Store powered by ProductCart Live, our hosted e-commerce solution, that will allow users to shop for all their favorite Ocala Gran Prix gear. […]
The Netsource development team is excited to announce the launch of www.colliercpas.com, a new WordPress website for Collier, Jernigan & Goedert, P.A. CPAs.
The Collier, Jernigan & Goedert firm was founded in 1978 and has grown to become one of the most well-known accounting firms in the Ocala/Marion County area. Their new site is a great resource for current and potential clients. Current clients can now login and access information in their online account, while potential clients can learn more about all the services that Collier, Jernigan & Goedert provides, including accounting, consulting, and more. The new WordPress site gives Collier, Jernigan & Goedert the ability to edit and change pages, layout, and design elements with ease.
NetSource Technologies is an award-winning web design, hosting, e-commerce and consulting company that has been serving Ocala, FL and clients nationwide since 1995. Visit the web site at www.netsourceinc.com for more information on services and to view additional client websites.
At some point in your online life you’ve probably visited a website where a form popped up asking you to fill out some basic information: name, email, phone number, etc. Maybe you’ve never filled one out, or maybe you’ve filled them all out (which is why you spend the first 15 minutes of your day deleting promotional emails from your inbox). Either way, you understand the concept.
These forms, a.k.a. lead forms, are actually a tool that website owners use to get more information about their current customers or new customers. They also allow website owners to stay in contact with customers, keep them informed, or provide them with certain benefits. […]
If you are hearing a lot of references to the phrases “mobile-friendly”, “responsive mobile” or “mobile responsive” in regards to website design and not quite sure what all this means, you are not alone. You may also be aware that these phrases somehow play into your Google rankings but are not entirely sure how or why? Let’s review so we can come away with a clearer understanding.
We’re a little under a week away from the April 21st mobile search deadline and we know that you’re thinking, “This is the end!” And if this was Penguin/Panda, we’d be right there with you, screaming that the sky was falling and everything (non-mobile) was coming to an end. However, It’s not.
As search engines have evolved, so has the process of getting your website indexed and ranking well on them. It’s no longer possible to add some keywords to your website and expect it will be returned in search results when someone searches using those terms. Search engines today return results based on what they interpret the searcher’s query to mean, rather than by just picking out certain “key” words or phrases.