Who is TLC Webs?
TLC Webs is a web site design and implementation company, and part of the TLC Systems Integration group. We provide our clients with a complete, beginning to end web site solution. Whether you are about to create your first online Internet business presence, or you are exploring the possibility of enhancing an existing site, we have the experience and expertise to provide you with the best possible solution.
We build web sites designed to your specifications that are attractive, functional, and search engine friendly. A web presence is a must for all businesses in today’s market. If you’re still counting on the phone book and periodic local advertising to bring in the business, you’re behind the times. Almost 90% of today’s market demographic use the Internet when searching for a business, service, or product.
Our design team has the expertise and knowledge to help your business succeed in today’s very crowded Internet market. With 20+ years experience in designing, developing, and implementing nearly every type of web site, we have the ability to provide your business with the service and support you need.
We also have over 30 years experience in Information Technology, installing and servicing business and corporate networks, (including WiFi). And, we can install, configure, and train in the use of, any software application on the market.
Need security? We can insure that your computers, local networks, and websites are as secure as possible against hacking -
Want more business? We have decades of experience providing businesses with both standard and online marketing services that produce results.
TLC Webs can handle every facet of your business automation needs, as well as all your marketing needs. We are complete solution company.
TLC Webs is a full service company, providing all services listed to the right. Whether you’re just getting ready to market your business online for the first time with a fully functional, well presented website, or you’re just not happy with your current system for any reason, give us a call. We’ll be glad to answer any questions you may have.
When we create a website for you, we don’t use “cookie cutter” templates that will make your website look like hundreds (or thousands) of other websites on the internet. Each website is custom designed and built to make your site unique to your business, and to be both functional and attractive so that when people find your site they’ll enjoy using it.
And how will people find your site? Unless all necessary steps are taken to publish your site on all viable search engines, they might not. We have years of experience in making sure that your site will be found. Some people mistakenly assume that simply putting a web page on the internet is enough. It isn’t.
Most people have heard the term, it’s the buzz all over the internet. But what exactly does it mean?
As mentioned above, there is much more to a productive website than simply putting a few pages up on the net. If you sell a product or service, there are likely hundreds, if not thousands, of other businesses doing the same thing. And they probably already have a foothold on the search engines.
This means that you’ll be vying for space when someone goes to Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc., and does a search for your product or service. Companies that tell you they can magically get you on the first page of a Google search in a very short time may be somewhat misleading. Only time and a lot of work can get you there. Unless, of course, you want to pay Google to move you up in the line.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is, very basically, the process of making search engines aware of your site, and then making your site ‘popular’ in the eyes of those search engines. As mentioned earlier, this is a time consuming and arduous task, and requires experience to be done correctly, and produce results.
And remember the old adage, if someone makes promises that sound to good to be true, they probably are.
Call or email us today to find out more. Or use our handy contact form on the Contact Us page.
If you feel like you have been jumping through hoops trying to figure out your website needs, here are a few facts. Your business needs a website. You know it, and your customers and/or clients expect it. The question is, how do you make it happen? What website company will you use? How do you know if they’re the right company for you? Are they the best place to invest your time and marketing funds?
A website that will produce results for your business is not something that can be thrown together from ‘cookie cutter’ templates in a few days, it should be created from the ground up for your specific business and demographic. Your website performs many roles; it is your virtual representative on the internet, it is a sales and marketing tool, it is an information center for your company, and for some businesses it is a digital storefront.
Your website will be scrutinized by visitors, and the smallest details can be significant. Did you know that even something as minor as grammatical and/or spelling errors can dissuade visitors because it portrays you as being unprofessional?
Because of this, your site should be built by people who have a strong background in business, marketing strategies, and the internet. TLC has been working with businesses for over 30 years to make them more productive and efficient. We know business, we know marketing, and we’ve been building websites for businesses for over 20 years. We are not a startup company.
After you’ve invested time and money into a web design company (or tried to do it yourself) is not the time to find out you’ve made a mistake. Talk to us today.
A website can be many things, depending on the needs your business has. A basic website is informational, and can consist of from one to many pages containing all the information you’d like consumers to know about you, your business, and your products and/or services.
A website can also be a place to interact with consumers, using a blog or other type of social meda. This can help keep your customers informed about news, specials, or any other information that needs to be updated on a regular basis.
Some businesses sell products through their website, using something called e-
There are many more functions a website can serve, it’s simply a question of what will most benefit your business, and your business model. Deciding on what your website should be requires an analysis of your business, your demographic, and your location, to best determine how to proceed when designing your site.
Many people mistakenly believe that, if they sell safety pins (as an example), all they need is a website that says:
We sell safety pins!
In reality, there is much more to it than that. If, that is, you want your business to prosper.