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ESPN Pensacola sports broadcast journalist Toni Reed just launched her new website with the help of the NetSource Technologies expert design team. The new site, www.thetonireed.com, is the most effective platform where Toni can share her online content, post live videos and interviews, write blog posts, and keep her audience updated on all of the sports teams and activities.

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While pursuing a highly competitive career, Toni needs a visually captivating website with an excellent user experience to begin aggressive efforts marketing herself and her talents to professional. NetSource Technologies created a bold new online presence for Toni. Through the design process, the team created a look and feel that uses powerful imagery, media, and a high-end user experience to display Toni, her talents, and portfolio materials in a strong and compelling way.

NetSource designed the site with WordPress Content Management System (CMS), a system that allows Toni to efficiently manage her website and easily add new pages, media, blogs, and content with little, if any, HTML or web design knowledge. The design team also focused on making the new website mobile responsive, making it easier for users to navigate through the site and to find her site through search engines.

Website visitors can explore the website to read about Toni’s career and ambitions, browse her portfolio or download her resume, read her blog and much more. The website’s footer also includes links to all her social media pages, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.

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.

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The American Advertising Awards 2017 were held at the Blue Gill in Gainesville, FL on February 24. The ADDYS are the nation’s largest advertising competition, with members ranging from advertising agencies, TV/Radio stations, print publications, small businesses, non-profits and more. Every year, NetSource Technologies participates in the annual awards. 

NetSource has brought home multiple ADDY awards for their success in professional web design from the American Advertising Federation (AAF). For 2017, NetSource gained 4 more Silver ADDY awards for their unique and responsive designs.

The 2017 AAF Gainesville Award Winners Were:

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Over 20 years, NetSource’s expert design team has now acquired over 68 awards for excellence in logo design, advertising, interactive design, mobile app development, and collateral material. With a team of web designers, programmers, and online marketing experts, NetSource has built professional websites for both local and national businesses, including Easton Footwear, FPRA Ocala ChapterTempur-Pedic, PAAS, and more.

For more information on NetSource Technologies, visit their website http://www.netsourceinc.com/index.aspwww.netsourceinc.com

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The NetSource design team is proud to announce the launch of www.nationalitpa.com, the redesigned website for the volunteer organization dedicated to serving the public on behalf of telecommunications companies and home to the ITPA National Office & Museum in Hinesville, GA.

The Independent Telecommunication Pioneers Association is built on volunteers who serve the community, add value to sponsor companies, and show leadership and give networking opportunities. Having a well designed website is a must in order to increase awareness and build the ITPA community up. The previous website for ITPA was not mobile friendly, making it virtually impossible for users to easily access and navigate through the site. The design was also extremely outdated and disorganized, containing no reusable programming code for the NetSource experts to work with.

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ITPA needed a website that would help generate traffic from new visitors, be accessible on all platforms and have a modern design. With SiteSource 3.0, NetSource did just that. SiteSource 3.0 allows ITPA to easily manage website content, including uploading photos. NetSource experts were able to to redesign the site in a way that users wouldn’t be required to put too much thought into navigation. The site is also responsive on all platforms making it easy for users to access it whether it’s a PC, smart phone or a tablet. The design was modernized and is now visually pleasing, creating a perfect balance of visuals, text and calls-to-action.

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.

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