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10-20-2012, 04:37 PM
(This post was last modified: 10-20-2012, 05:59 PM by Culver1.)
Its really awesome. I do it with my friend computer and after that he see his all desktop screen is rotated and the icon goes down side. Its really amazing. I don't know about that before. thanks for sharing this.
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12-18-2012, 08:17 AM
(This post was last modified: 12-18-2012, 08:18 AM by katrina.)
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There are several reasons not to choose a do-it-yourself system the biggest being the 'you get what you pay for' rule. Believe it or not, when you design your own website, it's obvious, and it doesn't convey a good message to your customers. I believe that no website is better than a cheap looking, one-size-fits-all, diy website. That's because having no website is less damaging to your company image than having a poorly designed one. Studies show that more than 75% of consumers research a company online before doing business with them. If your online appearance shouts run of the mill, then that's the impression you leave on your clients. You also 'get what you pay for' from extremely cheap designers. Remember from myth #2, a website is supposed solve problems and meet objectives. A cheap designer is only going to sell you a scaled down web solution that has no solutions to your problems. INSTEAD: Don't get the wrong impression.
Every website shouldn't cost $4000. Many will cost much less and many will cost much more. Everything comes down to addressing the needs of the client. The cost of the design should be based off the amount of time that it takes the designer to complete the project. Flat rate designers are a mistake because if your project needs exceed their anticipation, they'll be tempted to cut corners in order for them to limit the amount of work they have to do for that flat rate. If you're worried about the pricing of your project, ask your designer to detail the costs and decide if you need everything included in that price. If another designer can meet all of your needs at a cheaper hourly rate and their portfolio quality is acceptable, by all means choose that designer if cost is your main concern. Just remember, a properly designed website can always be added to for a fraction of the cost of the original design so there's nothing wrong with designing your website in stages if you want the Rolls Royce of websites.
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