Web Design Company Searching for the Worst Website

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Intechnic Corporation, a Chicago-based web development company is searching for the worst business web site to award a $10,000 makeover.

Have you ever had a frustrating online experience where you couldn’t find what you were looking for, couldn’t place an order, or even find the order button? Intechnic Corporation is searching for the worst business website to award a free “Xtreme Website Makeover,” a complete professional website redesign valued over $10,000.

The contest is available online at http://www.xtreme-website-makeover.com until January 15, 2006. Anyone can nominate their website by submitting a short story explaining why they think their website is the worst. Internet visitors will then cast their votes. The worst website will receive a complimentary makeover from Intechnic.

Intechnic is sponsoring the search in an effort to raise awareness of the importance of having a well-designed customer-oriented website. “Most companies are committed to customer satisfaction, however, some of them aren’t even aware that problems exist on their websites due to lack of contact with their customers,” explains Andrew Kucheriavy, CEO of Intechnic Corporation. “We’re giving companies the chance to see the experience from their customers’ perspective, and also giving people a way to provide constructive feedback about their online experiences. Now, Internet users can vote to determine which websites really need to be improved, and this is valuable information for companies to have.”

Intechnic Corporation, a Chicago-based full-service Internet solutions provider, has been helping businesses reach their true potential on the Internet for almost ten years. With offices in the United States and Europe, Intechnic specializes in website design and development, hosting, e-commerce, and online marketing. For more information about Intechnic, visit http://www.intechnic.com.

For more information contact:

Andrew Kucheriavy

(847) 816-1231 x14

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