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Whatever your business – you have to have a website. Is yours up to snuff, or is it dated and lackluster?  Websites are the storefronts of the millennium; you need to put your best foot forward. If you have a business – any kind of business – you have to have a website, period, that is how people find you. But, if your website doesn’t provide pertinent information, the potential for a sale or desired material, it is of little use.

Developing a winning strategy for your business starts with the web. What do you want to offer your customers? What are the best ways to service your website visitors? Most businesses will explain how they want more commerce, more circulation and more customers, and one of the best ways to accomplish that says Greyson Schwing of Milford, CT-based Antelope Web, is “with a great website that targets your market and is both attractive, functional, and has the right call to action.”

Antelope Web is heading into its 5th year, and hundreds of websites later, their experience gives them the edge over the average site developer.  While some people say social media is the latest thing, Schwing agrees, maintaining, “No matter how much social media a business engages in, an interested person will always look at the underlying website.”

Antelope Web's services include web design, internet marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), web hosting and web maintenance for small businesses and organizations. From a total redesign, to a simple one-page website, to an e-commerce site handling myriad customer needs, Antelope is sensitive to a customer’s individual desires, wants and wishes while keeping in mind that the website has to be thought of from the customer’s perspective. From manufacturing companies to ski clubs, Antelope Web has given a plethora of small businesses and organizations a credible and trustworthy position on the web with tangible results.

It has been said time and time again that the devil is in the details. “Good website design is all about the details,” Schwing stresses.

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