Customised, unique websites enhance your company’s marketing power

What do you want your visitors to experience when they click on your site?
A carefully designed, customised site reflects your company’s unique products, services and added value.

What are the features of a well-designed website?

  • You can find it quickly on a search engine
  • It loads fast, so you don’t waste time waiting
  • You can navigate easily to what you are looking for
  • The site does not look like everyone else’s
  • The site creates the impression that you want it to have
  • The colour scheme, layout and look and feel match your company’s logo, product mix, industry sector and business
  • To design a website that attracts and holds the attention of visitors, three factors are important:

  • The visitor – and what the visitors want to do or find
  • The visual appeal of the site – it must match your company’s style, and must match what your visitors want to see
  • The structure and architecture of the site – it has to be accessible and user-friendly
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    Run Multiple Instances of Skype

    If you have more than one Skype account – say one for business and another for personal use – you can run two Skype applications at the same time! Provided you have Skype version 4 or better. The following “tip” applies only to Windows, as I haven’t had a chance to play with solutions on the Mac.

    Thanks to koreanheman and zegway over at the Skype forums for providing the solution.

    Step 1: Go to the location to where you installed Skype. For example:

    C:\Program Files\Skype\Phone

    Step 2: Right-click on the Skype.exe icon and select “Send to” -> “Desktop (as shortcut)” to create a new shortcut to it on your Desktop.

    Step 3: Now go to your Desktop and right-click on the newly created shortcut. Select “Properties”.

    Step 4: Append the following to the “Target:” text field without changing the existing text:


    Step 5: Select the “General” tab and give your shortcut a meaningful name like “Skype 2″.

    Step 6: Press “OK” and then double-click both your regular Skype shortcut and the new one to start two instances of Skype.

    Have fun and don’t forget to request “add me to your contacts” before making a call.