Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) March 30, 2006 –-
"The Brother-in-Law Syndrome Applied to Websites" was recently published by WineWeb.com to educate business owners in using Internet professionals for website development. The white paper derives its title from the all-too-common response by small business owners about website development: "My brother-in-law does websites, I'll have him do ours". A sequel white paper entitled "The Hosted Services Model for Winery Websites" was just published to educate small/medium-sized winery owners on the advantages of subscription-based services for their winery's website.
“The 'brother-in-law' paper outlines the components required for a successful website”, states Ron Kreutzer, founder of WineWeb Enterprises, Inc. “Substitute 'neighbor' or 'niece' for 'brother-in-law' and it's likely you've heard the comment.”
The WineWeb offers website and e-commerce services to wineries and wine retailers using a cost-effective hosted services model. While The WineWeb can't eliminate the "brother-in-law syndrome", the company can provide alternatives to consider. For more information on these services, and to view the white papers, go to services.wineweb.com.
About The WineWeb:
WineWeb Enterprises, Inc., founded in 1995, provides an electronic marketplace for wine consumers, wineries, and wine retailers. Its trademarked service, The WineWeb, maintains a directory of over 32,000 wineries from around the world, provides value-added e-commerce and website hosting services to assist wineries and wine merchants in selling wine online, and provides a consumer-friendly method of integrating thousands of wines into a searchable environment.
WineWeb Enterprises, Inc.
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