Content Writing

New Website Constructed for Connecticut Builder

 

For WG Carpentry, www.wgcarpentry.com/ which has been constructing beautiful residential and commercial buildings in the Connecticut and Massachusetts area for over twenty years, RP DESIGN Web Services has built a beautiful new website to showcase the company’s work and philosophy. The home page features a rotating photo gallery of appealing images; and the contact page provides an easy connection for interested visitors, who can even upload sketches to describe a project.
 

PUTTING YOUR WEBSITE TO WORK: 5

Fifth in a series from RP DESIGN Web Services about website basics and the nuts and bolts that make your website work for you.

IMAGES: THE OTHER CONTENT!

A couple of blogs ago, I wrote about content copy, the text portion of a website which, along with images, makes up the heart and soul of any site. But, as important as words are for search engines and visitors, frequently, it’s the images that first engage people when they view a website, and images which influence sales and convey the lasting impressions of your business or organization. You want to impress people with the best visual representation of what your business or organization is about. A negative first impression will lead to no chance for a second one!

 

PUTTING YOUR WEBSITE TO WORK: 3

Third in a series of topics, "PUTTING YOUR WEBSITE TO WORK," from RP DESIGN WEB SERVICES, about website basics and the nuts and bolts that make your website work for you.

WANT A WEBSITE? NEED CONTENT? DON'T WANT TO WRITE IT?

Content is the heart and soul of your website‒it’s why people visit! They want the visuals to grab their interest, and text to quickly supply the information they want. Text is a vital part of most websites, and though it frequently takes a back seat when a website is created, it usually works best when it’s designed in along with the images. The amount of copy, the tone it conveys, and the ways in which language is used‒along with visual images‒all help determine the overall user experience. If it’s not interesting or if there’s a problem with readability, it may take less than ten seconds to lose the people who came looking for you.