Thank you Freetimers for helping us effortlessly to set up what seemed to be a very complex array of company websites. We now have a series of websites which can be easily updated by ourselves, that have proven to be extremely effective and valuable marketing tools.
J. Carter, Little Darlings/Banner group
The development of Web 2.0 and its introduction of user interactivity with the internet has had a huge effect on just about everyone. It has also opened up many new opportunities for businesses, not only for ecommerce but also for creating on-going relationships with their customers, building trust and brand loyalty, and creating and engaging with the online community.
The other main form of Web 2.0 has been the development of blogs. A blog is generally an online website for posting short articles, which, like a form, people can add comments to, but unlike forms one can potentially subscribe to a blog and also include content from it dynamically within your website. Most people use blogs now as a simple but interactive website from which they interact with other users and customers.
Freetimers is very experienced designing and developing blogs, as well as “blog-like” software for allowing people to add comments to web pages on your existing site. Whether you need a Word Press blog, a custom blog or adding Web 2.0 commenting functionality to your existing website, Freetimers can assist you.
We can set up a simple WordPress blog for you in less than a day, particularly if you are happy to use one of the thousands of ready-made design themes which Word Press makes available for free. Freetimers can also produce a completely bespoke design for you so your blog will express your brand or corporate identities, and these usually take 1-3 days, depending on the complexity of your requirements.
If you are interested in having a professional design for your social media presence or blog, contact Freetimers today on 01604-638421.
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