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BizReport : Ecommerce archives : October 04, 2011

vSites release simplifies web management

Businesses are you ready to take your website to the next level? No, not just a makeover with better colors or a simplified layout. For websites to make an impact on consumers, they need to offer something - content. A new release from vFlyer may help with your content makeover.

by Kristina Knight

The traditional website is still the go-to online marketing device according to eMarketer, even though flashier additions like social media and video sites have garnered more consumer attention. The key to making your website a go-to destination is, of course, content. But adding social media feeds or blog areas to a site aren't the only ways to add content.

Called vSites, the new vFlyer offering allows businesses to easily incorporate JavaScript and HTML modules into a sites framework, so that content creation and management is simplified.

"The small business owners and independent service providers who have used vSites so far have been very impressed with the capabilities our service offers," said Aaron Sperling, CEO and president of vFlyer, Inc. "These new JavaScript and HTML applications will help take their websites to the next level, giving them access to services like e-commerce, live chat and scheduling that are widely used by their current and potential customers and that encourage website visitors to engage with the site and the business."

For example, a television or radio station website could be updated to include a weather widget, retail sites could offer simplified online payments through PayPal and other payment widgets or real estate firms could set up a custom form to make it easy for potential home buyers to contact them.

Widgets for appointment booking, poll publication, live chatting and help desk features can also be easily added to an existing website to enhance communication between a business and its client base.

Tags: ecommerce, online content, vFlyer, vSites, website content, website development

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