Are you looking to Join the buzz of OnLion Life?
Are you spending a lot of money on advertising but are not seeing any return for your investment?
With a website you will be able to see a return for your investment straight away. A website will increase your client base and brand awareness.
Have you also noticed that a lot of your competitors already have a web presence? If so then a Web Page is a must for you.
We at BeeOnLion look to the future and insure that your company is represented on the internet in an clear and concise manner, efficient SEO and Social Networking are just some of the ways we use in order to promote your business online.
With over 15 years working in the Irish Market BeeOnLion has a wide range of experience ranging from Web Design, IT Management, Graphic Presentation, project specific photography services to 3D Modelling.
BeeOnLion also works with the R&D of IT software & hardware. We handle all IT functions in order to provide a cost efficient method of helping you join the buzz of online life.
How we help you get online
In order to help you grow your online presence you will need to have an idea of what you would like your new website to look like.
The best way to do this is ask yourself the 3 Questions.
How many pages would you like?Question 1
As you know your business better than us you will have a better idea of the number of pages you need.
To start thing off you should try and have the following pages
– Contact Us
but what other pages do you think you need? Once you have an idea of what pages would work for you make sure to let us know.
Pick them out and send them on.
What text would you like to have on each page?Question 2
It is important to have some text on each page of your site this helps your visitor to find out more about what you do.
The easiest way to get this text to us is to open a Microsoft Word Document, type up your text and then save it. You should have a Word Document for each page eg Home.doc or About.doc.
Don’t have access to Microsoft Word? You can always send us an email with the text.
What images would you like to have on each page?Question 3
The old saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” still rings true.
What pictures do you have that really tell a story about your business or product?
Would one picture for each page be enough or would a slideshow of images work better for you?
Pick them out and send them on.
Then contact us today so we can help you build your new website and promote your business
How we get it all done
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