New Bedford Internet
Web Designer in New Bedford, MA
New Bedford Internet has specialized (since 1999) in the development of custom web sites for customers throughout the Massachusetts South Coast communities of New Bedford, Fairhaven, Dartmouth, Mattapoisett, Westport, Fall River and Westport. Delivering customized and affordable solutions for commercial and non-profit concerns alike, New Bedford Internet has developed a top class reputation for reliability and innovation.
read moreSince our inception, we've been committed to providing website design and development services that produce the results our clients are looking for. During this time, we've generated a solid reputation for attentive service and products and systems that perform optimally to further our clients' goals. You can expect us to use the latest website development techniques for websites that are truly outstanding in both appearance and function. Making your site highly visible and making your company or organization increasingly successful is our top-level goal.
read moreWebsites aren't intended to be static. Most need regular changes and updates. For these types of sites, New Bedford Internet has a content management system (CMS) that's simple to use and puts you in control. You'll find it easy to add to and alter your website content without involving us. You'll have complete autonomy to put up photos, make text revisions and add new pages. With your own content management system, you not only save money, but you also have the ability to respond immediately to changes in the market and in your product and services offerings.
read moreYou can make sales and interact with customers 24 hours a day with an online shopping cart from New Bedford Internet. This versatile, easy-to-use application will work hard for you in ways you have to see to believe. Your shopping cart comes designed to ensure ease of use, a great appearance and a solid presentation of your sales message. Stop losing sales! Put e-commerce to work for you today! You can see exactly how it works by asking for a guided interactive tour of a "typical" e-commerce system.
read moreSome websites are small, consisting of just a couple of pages and not much more. However, depending on the type of business you are running, you might need a whole lot more. The problem with some websites is that they can grow and grow until they are difficult to manage and navigate. The more content. It happens all the time: customers leave online shopping carts filled with carefully selected products and don't buy a thing. Why does it happen? Is there anything a business can do to prevent this from happening?