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"We have sold the dialup and DSL part of our business to KCnet in North Kansas City, MO. A reliable and most importantly, local company. We will be in touch with each of you soon to facilitate a smooth cutover to the new service.
This is a local company, with local support and a friendly and helpful staff.
We have retained the website design and hosting part of our business and also all email provisioning and support, so your email address WILL NOT CHANGE.
Only 2 items need to change in order for you to begin using the new connection service.
1) Dialup phone number:
Those of you currently using 637-0140 in Excelsior Springs, will now dial 629-4216
Those of you in the Richmond area, currently using 776-7028, will now dial 470-0832
Those of you in the greater Kansas City area will now dial 502-0021
2) At the end of your current login name, add @kcnet.com i.e. if your login name is currently sammy, it will now be firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the only changes necessary. Your email and rate will not change. However, your invoices will now come from KCnet.com instead of epsi.net
KCnet's contact and support information is:
Phone: 221-4658 -or- 800-447-9817
As always, we will still be here to help and support you in any way we can. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any problems or concerns.
We will be in touch with all the DSL customers over the next couple of weeks to facilitate your change over.
We've had a long run providing services to this area and are proud of the service we have provided and the support we have given this community and thank you for your loyalty, thoughts and support over the last 25 plus years.
Thank you all,
R. Arthur Gentry, President
Website Design & Hosting Services
Why do *I* need to be on the Web?
- When looking for products and services, more people are turning to Web searches than anywhere else.
- Makes it easier for existing and new customers to contact YOUR company about YOUR product and/or service.
- Gives business emails a more professional appearance.
- Send informational emails and newsletters from your private domain name.
- Who wouldn't like to have several million potential new customers
YOUR Business On The World Wide Web Special!
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Never change your email address again!!
3 Page Basic Web Site
Who you are, What you are, How to contact you
1 Year of Web Site Hosting
Up to 5 Email Addresses
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All this for a 1 time charge of only $399.00!!
(hosting is $29.95/mo after the 1st year)
(domain name renewal $35.00 per year)
Put YOUR Business on the Web!!
Why Have A WebSite?
That may be a strange question for us to ask! After all, we would like to design and build it for you. But the question is very important. You need to be absolutely sure of the purpose of your web site - before you get involved with any designer.
Web sites can have many purposes. Some sites are designed to actively secure further business by offering on-line trading. Others are purely a method of enabling potential clients to see what a company can offer. The aim is to keep existing clients informed of new products or services and to give potential clients or customers sufficient information in order for them to contact your company.
Many sites exist to promote a particular cause or campaign. The sites are full of information and content to attract and retain visitors.
Maybe you want a site to keep in touch with friends or family who live abroad, or to show off your hobby, sport or craft.
Perhaps you feel that you should have a web site for your business because everyone else seems to have one? But what if you are a small company, like a plumber or electrician, and most of your business is done locally? To be honest, it may not be cost effective marketing to have a web site.
The purpose of the site:
But, whatever your reason for wanting a web site, your first decision is to decide the purpose of the site. You can do this by thinking of answers to these five questions:
1. What is the goal of your web site?
2. What do you want it to achieve?
3. Who will be your potential audience?
4. Why will they visit your web site instead of another?
5. What do you hope visitors will be able to achieve on your site and why would they want to return?
Whoever you hire to design and build your web site, those should be the first questions you are asked. So, be prepared with your answers!
Once you are satisfied with your answers to these questions, you need to think about the content for your site. Whatever content you have, it will need to support the purposes and goals of the site and be of direct and important use to the site's audience.
Many companies just reproduce their existing marketing materials into a web site ...dull, dull, dull. I have even seen sites where the front page of the latest marketing brochure has been turned into a graphic image, added to a web page with a few contact details and that is the web site!
On the web, content is king. There are now over one billion web pages out there. People look at and may read the best bits from a site, then move on. Net users nowadays are probably the most demanding consumers of any sort of media. They have little loyalty to any one particular site and even less patience with poorly designed sites.
Do make sure that any web content is well written with no spelling mistakes! Good web site content is essential.
So you need a well designed site with lively and up to date content at all times.
One of the most important elements of a web site is how users navigate around the site. If you are thinking and planning a site, or thinking of asking someone to build one for you, remember to make sure that the navigation is right.
People have become accustomed to certain web site conventions. They feel at home on a site because these conventions are usually (but not always) followed. For example, the navigation down the left-hand side or across the top of the page, the logo in the top left hand corner. These conventions help people as they move from one site to another.
Many sites have amazing home pages with flashy animations, clear menus and navigation, loads of graphics and punchy text. Great! But you can't assume that all your site visitors will arrive at your front door! A search engine result could turn up any page from your site and this will be where people enter. So do make sure that visitors to any page can quickly orientate themselves to where they are within your site with clear navigation and an easy route back to your home page.
A web site is not built and finished in the way that a car is built and finished. Web sites are dynamic creations that change and evolve over time. You need to add pages to them with new and exciting articles, free offers, special offers for your customers and clients. You need to give people a reason to return to your site, again and again. So be prepared to keep nurturing your new site!
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* IDENTITY THEFT
* PASSWORD THEFT
* DATA DESTRUCTION
* FINANCIAL DATA THEFT
* LOSS OF SENSATIVE INFORMATION
If you are concerned with any of these issues contact epsi.net (630-3444) and let us help you protect your computer system.
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