Now's not the time to put off updating your website
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 25, 2009
As the government funded "Cash for Clunkers" program starts to run out of gas, CS Designworks, a Manhattan-based design firm, announced today a new incentive promotion for small businesses called, "Cash for Web Clunkers." The incentive is designed to help cash-strapped companies take care of their most important marketing asset - their website. From now through September 30, 2009, Web Clunker "trade-ins" will get a total overhaul at a special discounted rate, 0% interest financing, and free web hosting for one year.
"Now's not the time to put off updating your website," said Nick Chiechi, president,
CS Designworks. "There are tens of thousands of websites in New York City alone that have not been upgraded in the past three to five years. In Internet time, that's like driving a horse and buggy when everyone else is buying flying saucers. This program is more than just a way to get a cheap website, we want to help businesses that are stuck in the past to interact with their customers in a Web 2.0 way, because that's what the market expects," Chiechi said.
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Qualified businesses receive:
- A 20% discount off a new professionally-designed and developed website
- 1 year of free web hosting, including up to 50 email addresses
- Monthly payment plan, 0% interest for 1 year, 80% financing available*
*Based on credit worthiness up to $20K.
About CS Designworks
CS Designworks, founded in 1991, is a Manhattan-based marketing design firm with clients across the U.S. Specializing in Web Development, Marketing Communications, Motion Graphics and Promotional Initiatives, CS Designworks' expertise encompasses both traditional and digital marketing strategies. The firm draws on Design, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Social Media and Promotional savvy to create solutions for a variety of business challenges. Visit the website for more information: http://www.csdesignworks.com.
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