When looking at a company do you view their website? Do you find if the site is ugly you turn...
away from the company and go look for a different one? or does it not matter?
I think that how the site is organized and presented does influence my decision on whether to use that company or look for another. If I can easily find everything I am looking for (such as open hours, locations, job opportunities, etc.) then I am more willing to take the time to do the research into that company. If the site is sloppy and hard to navigate, I don't bother. I am also more likely to stay on the website longer if it looks good than one that looks like it was designed by a middle-schooler. Because you have about 2 seconds to get a consumer's attention, what the site looks like definately DOES matter!
by Tessa Schlesinger 2 years ago
There are so many of us who write fiction, and we're stuck with Amazon, itunes, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, etc, all of which have their own difficulties.I would really like a formula in the hubpages tradition where every author has their own site, plus the ability to upload their books and sell...
by Michael Valencia 22 months ago
Do you get angry if your boyfriend/spouse looks at other women?Assuming he doesn't do it in front of you, is looking harmless? Would you want him to be honest about it if he does or keep it to himself?
by Poppy 11 months ago
I'm so angry. Today I got the little red circled C warning me my content was stolen. A quick scan in the plaguirism checker showed that someone had copied one of my game guides word for word onto their site. Do they not realise that just adding "Source: (link to the LevelSkip article) doesn't...
by glendoncaba 8 years ago
Just set up my PayPal and looking to purchase a very low cost site. Advice any one. HubPages has it's promise of money after about 5000 hubs, if I live long enough, so i need to look around.
by Paul Edmondson 7 years ago
How to search on Google for symbols? I'd like to find all the urls on my site that have ? in them.Is there a way to search on Google for symbols in urls. I've tried allinurl and inurl but can't seem to get it to look for question marks.
by sashenikainderby 5 years ago
I am working on my own language site and I cannot decide between site-maker or a new internet hosting company. I know that some hosting companies provide more tools than others but this is all that I know.
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