Cary, North Carolina (PRWEB) April 24, 2006
Are you trying to figure out why people are visiting your site and not buying a thing? We have the answer. The Site Therapist is pleased to present Usability Analysis Reports that will address over 70 elements that directly affect the success of your company's online presence.
J. M. Davis aka The Site Therapist specializes in Usability Analysis Reports. Analyzing websites is the core function of this North Carolina Company. Davis will not only tell you why your site is not attracting the customers you need and want, but offers profound suggestions on what you can do to increase your site related revenue and customer base.
No newcomer to web design and usability Davis has 15 years of experience and insist Usability Analysis Reports can save ecommerce owners hours of preparation and thousands of dollars.
Today ecommerce owners are achieving sales, but rarely getting a proper return on investment. Visitors flock to their sites but don't buy much; or they don't come back to make repeat purchases.
According to Davis, “most site owners have no idea how the layout of their website affects their bottom line. Something as simple as font size, color, excessive check-out steps can mean the difference between a customer staying to make a purchase or leaving to seek another site.
There are over 227 million people in the U.S. with Internet access. Just think, over 200 million potential customers. Ecommerce is a driving force behind this nation’s economy. It creates jobs in our community, nurtures new industries and provides consumers with flexibility in buying; and variety in product and service. Ecommerce is here to stay.”
Davis supports the IBM rule of thumb: “every dollar invested in ease of use returns $10 to $100.”
According the Site Therapist, “there is no reason to have a mediocre website. Most ecommerce owner's do just enough to get by and wonder why they lack sufficient revenue.
Usability focuses on improving the quality of a website, providing recommendations to enhance navigation, shopping cart use, promote links that are error tolerant and instructions that are user friendly.”
The Site Therapist is committed to improving the usability of Internet websites one site at a time; and encourages ecommerce owners to remember the functionality of their website must fit their user or they face sending the customer to a competitor.
For additional information on The Site Therapist, contact J. M. Davis or visit http://www.thesitetherapist.com for a free Usability Analysis Report quote.
About The Site Therapist:
J. M. Davis is a member of the International Webmasters Association and the HTML Writers Guild.
J. M. Davis, The Site Therapist
516 Forest Wind Way
Cary, North Carolina 27513
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