There are three important parts to a play: the beginning, middle, and end. Or put differently, the problem, climax, and resolution. These three areas may be applied to writing an effective HTML email campaign. We’ll take these items in order over the course of three separate posts. This post addresses the first issue: writing to […]
Tricom’s experience in web-related work runs deep. Our people have experience in working for different types of organizations including a large seminary, mission agency, large church, church plant, para church organizations, and a small business. Tricom’s great experience in working for distinguished non-profits separates us from other website companies. Having experience with working for some […]
Tricom approaches website design differently than other web shops. We don’t build websites like others. And we don’t approach our clients like most other companies. This is the first post of a series outlining how Tricom proves different. These posts will illustrate how we provide a different model in web design. Ultimately, we believe our […]
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When designing your website, it’s common to focus on the fine details. But sometimes the big picture gets lost along the way. You miss the web forest for the trees. When you fail to focus on the big picture, you may not achieve your website’s main purpose. You may end up wasting hours of expensive […]
Ever read a print advertisement that had a long website URL with multiple forward slashes? So it looked like www.tricom.us/thisurl/iswaytoolong. It’s for these situations we are writing this post, so you can avoid this unnecessary advertisement mistake. The reason long URLs with multiple forward slashes are uncool is because it makes the reader work too […]
Facebook provides a means for getting feedback from your customers. Before Facebook, you would provide your email and phone information on your website to receive customer responses. But today, you can receive customer responses to your Facebook posts. This information can prove valuable information as you seek to engage with your customers. What Information Is […]