WHAT MAKES A GOOD WEBSITE ?

With so many websites, it can be hard – seemingly impossible – to stand out.

Getting traffic to your site is hard enough on its own, and getting those people to stay and actually do something is harder still. But…

What makes a good website, anyway?

HERE ARE THE FOUR BASIC PRINCIPLES OF WHAT MAKES A GOOD WEBSITE TO KEEP IN MIND BEFORE YOUR REDESIGN/LAUNCH:

  • Purpose.
    Great design starts with a purpose in mind. Ask yourself, “What do I want to accomplish with this page?” If a page doesn’t have a clear purpose, consider getting rid of it.
  • Aesthetically pleasing.
    I’ll dig more into this in section one on visual design, but your site needs to look good. If your site looks like it was built in the 90’s, it’s time for an update.
  • Relevant and original content.
    Your site should show content that’s relevant to your target market and original. Plagiarism is illegal and penalized by Google. Besides, it’s better to be a first-rate version of yourself than a second-rate version of someone else.
  • Clear site navigation.
    I’ll discuss this further in section two on technical aspects, but know that navigation matters. Any page on your site should be within three clicks of any other page on your site. Your navigation should be intuitive and simple. This helps both Google for SEO and your visitors for navigation.

6 ESSENTIAL TIPS FOR ADS THAT GET RESULTS

One of the toughest jobs for any startup is to produce stellar ads without he help of a big-budget ad agency.

The key is to engage your target audience, because for advertising to succeed, it has to be remembered.

EVEN ON THE TIGHTEST BUDGET YOU CAN STILL CREATE SUCCESSFUL ADS BY FOLLOWING THESE SIX VITAL TIPS:

  1. Design for the ad environment.There are literally hundreds of forms of advertising-from billboards, websites and taxi-tops to ads on supermarket clocks. And ad environments sometimes differ within a single medium, such as when magazines offer four-color display advertising and small-space shopper ads. Become familiar with the nuances of the media you choose, and design your ads to meet their specific visual and editorial requirements.
  2. Address the right audience.How well do you understand your target audience? Your ads should immediately appeal to prospects and speak to them in their own vernacular, including buzzwords. The ads must ring true, without the use of gender or cultural stereotypes, or exaggerated claims, so prospects automatically understand that your offer directly relates to their needs and wants.
  3. Have a visual focal point.Unless you’re creating a sale ad for a newspaper featuring multiple products, use a single, eye-catching visual to provide the central focus. Competing visuals can make a small-space print ad or online ad appear cluttered. With so much competing advertising, make your ad stand out by virtue of clean, clear design, with an appealing focal point and simple elements.
  4. Create an “aha” moment.If you’ve ever wondered why the word “new” is used so often in advertising, it’s because our brains are actually alert for new information. One of the most exciting parts of creating advertising is that great ads have the ability to open minds. Your ad can show your customers a new way to achieve a goal or provide unique insight. The rewards will be greater audience attention and elevated response rates.
  5. Make something happen.Any ad worth its salt should move a prospect to take some kind of action. If you highlight a strong benefit in your headline and include details in your body copy, your prospects will be excited to learn how to take advantage of what’s promised. It’s essential to close by providing a call to action that takes prospects to the next step, whether that means making a purchase or visiting your website to learn more. Great ads build interest, are remembered and get results.
  6. Present a powerful benefit.Want to create a headline that pulls in readers? Use it to highlight a desirable benefit or offer. Understand what your customers want that you can provide. Put your promise up front in your headline, then use your ad’s body copy to explain how you’ll deliver that benefit.

THE SIZE OF THE WEDDING CARD

The size of the wedding card can be varied but one standard has been set based on the envelope size standard.

Would the bride be able to book a rarely made size but perhaps to find the appropriate cover is quite difficult and costly.

TIPS FOR CHOOSING THE SIZE OF THE CARD

  1. Determine the wedding card for one or two occasions.
  2. Define a map of the location either one place or two.
  3. If there is a group dowry, consider also.
  4. 4×6 inch size card, postcard size, piece type – ideal for one side with a simple and affordable map.
  5. Card size 4×6 inch, 2 or 3 fold, suitable for two parties with a simple map.
  6. Card size 4×8 inch, piece – for party party with detailed map. The invitation will also be long.
  7. Card size 4×8 inch, folding 2 or 3, suitable for two parties with detailed map and long invitation paragraph
  8. Card size 6 x 6 piece – for a party event with detailed map. The invitation will also be long. The selection of these sized cards will provide more space for map layouts and invitations, at the very least unobtrusive.
  9. Foldable 6×6 inch size card, suitable for 1 or 2 parties. If there is one party, there will be a page for the map, the invitation, the front page and the face for the wedding.
  10. A5 size card (double A4 paper), piece – suitable for one party only.
  11. A5 size paper (A4 folding paper), fold-fit for both parties.
  12. The calculation of the price of the card is based on the size of the card opening and quantity.
  13. More and more quantities are getting cheaper for a piece of ‘
  14. The larger the marriage card, the more info can be entered such as the information to be contacted can be placed a great name. Brides from Sabah / Sarawak will put all the names of their family members together and need a page.

TYPES OF T-SHIRT

T-shirts are made of different types of materials or materials that vary according to clothing used for casual, sports and so on.

Materials also play a role in the comfort and quality of clothing.

HERE ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF T-SHIRT DEPENDING ON THE METER USED:

  1. Tetra Cotton (26TC / 30TC)

The fabric of the type Tetra Cotton is a cotton blend and it is not 100% Cotton. These types of fabrics are usually cheaper than the 100% Cotton fabrics. Ideal for school students especially for elementary school, kindergarten, sports day, family day, family day and so on. This type of Tetra Cotton fabric is less permeated than cotton 100% Cotton. But the fabric of this type is more durable and rugged and not easily spread when washed and worn.

  1. Cotton 100%

The fabrics of 100% Cotton are the most sought-after fabrics and fabrics of the 100% cotton fabrics are suitable for a variety of uses, both indoor and outdoor activities and are suitable for use at all times and at any time. The fabrics of this type easily permeate the sweat and are comfortable to wear. The fabric is softer than tetra cotton. Since it is 100% cotton, it is soft and the quality of fabric and durability depends on the thickness of the fabric. Thicker 100% cotton fabrics are usually more durable. This type of fabric comes in two types namely Cotton Biasa and Cotton High Grade.

  1. CVC / Lacoste

CVC or Lacoster type fabrics are a mixture of cotton and polyester. The fabrics of this type are softer than TC or Tetra Cotton and the fabrics of this material are also less absorbing sweat. These fabrics are widely used for formal wear such as collared clothes.

  1. Micro Fiber

This Micro Fiber fabric is very comfortable and tasteful. Micro Fiber type fabrics are usually used for rugged and recreational activities such as sports days and outdoor activities including jersey balls. This fabric does not absorb sweat and causes it to feel hot. The price for this type of fabric is more expensive than TC fabric, lacoste and also cotton.kain this type is also called Quick Dry because it is fast dry and light.

  1. Cotton Interlock

Cotton Interlock fabrics are fabrics of high quality and good quality. This type of fabric is thicker than other fabrics but the cotton interlock fabric is softer and not hot even though it is thicker. This cloth is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Ideal for formal tshirt and collared. For those who value comfort and quality, you need to choose this type.