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Responsive Web-design or RWD is a design approach aimed at crafting and operating internet sites to provide and optimal viewing experience, easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, scrolling and panning, across a wide range of devices. These devices may range from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones.

Web-hosting and domain registration are issues that too often are not very transparent for new site owners when dealing with online services. The question of what your website is called and where it will "live"?, can be crucial to your site's success.

search-optimizationThe question of how potential site visitors are going to find your website once you, or your design team (wink, wink), are done setting it upup their web-pages; is an important one. Many site owners mistakenly believe that, just because content exists on their website,  it will easily be found when using a search-engine (like Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc). But here are a few important things to consider right from the start.

e-commerceE-commerce is the industry of buying and selling products or services via electronic systems, mainly the internet. E-commerce is a very broad term that is more than just selling products or services; it is intricately linked together with marketing, design and web-development in general.

However not to make too long of a post we will stick to a short introduction of the different types of e-commerce that exist. If you have particular questions into how pandasites can help you create/develop e-commerce for your particular business please the point person for your contract or write us at:

A web-page consists of a myriad of pages that present information using different methods and technologies which will then be linked together using hyperlinks. Designers use coding language to tell the browser (internet explorer, google chrome, etc) how to display the information it has stored on it. Usually this method is visual, through pictures or writing, but it may also include sound, either using background music or displaying videos. part of your PR and Marketing strategy

  1. The newsletter will complement your website: By using similar designs and formats as you website you will also immediately create brand recognition.
  2. Much more cost-effective than print newsletters: The cost of using print newsletters (monthly or quarterly) is enormous, by using an e-newsletter your costs can be cut substantially to a fraction of the print newsletter.
  3. E-newsletters can (and should) be interactive: They allow viewers to seek and interact with content thereby encouraging a more interested audience, in the products and services offered.