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Your website is a reflection of you

So you’ve decided to build a website. You either have something to say with a blog, or you have a product or service to sell. Your website design is essentially your digital first impression. How do you want others to see you when they land on your homepage? 

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Scott Kupetz
Scott KupetzCEO of Scott Kupetz, DMD
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"We have been a client of Hozio for over 8 years and could not be happier. We added a location and needed to be know in the area. We were up in running with new patients in a few days and they keep coming!"
Chris Terrones
Chris TerronesCEO of Chimney Restoration of KC
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"We would get 2-3 phone calls a day normally but after working with Hozio we started receiving at least 20-25 calls a day."
Eleazar De Luca
Eleazar De LucaCEO of Dragon RTC
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"Hozio blew my business up. We went from having 6-8 wrestlers in our open class to 30+ wrestlers a night in our weekly class!"
Thomas Jones
Thomas JonesCEO of Jones Tree and Plant Care
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"I had my doubts in the beginning, I’m sure we all do but when the calls came in I was a believer. The calls came in and haven’t stopped."
Chad Murray
Chad MurrayCEO of Masters Services
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"I own a large service business with 30 trucks in multiple states. Got me on first page pretty quickly so I added more and WOW! I don’t care how much money I spend with them because they have blown up the results!!!!!"
Brian Adkins
Brian AdkinsCEO of The Adkins Academy, Inc
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"Hozio focuses on results and are paid for getting you results, not just for marketing smoke and mirrors like others."

What is website design?

Website design is the creation of a website. It includes the layout of the site, content production, and graphic design. The look and feel of your website can determine whether people come back or not. Think about it: if you’re an attorney, and the screen on your homepage is Fuschia, chances are you’re not going to retain many people on your website, let alone get many clients out of it. 

How easy or complicated is it to navigate? Are you a creative that has 1,000 ideas and feels the need to put all of them on your one website? Do you have different links to each of your ideas? That can be overwhelming and hard to navigate for many potential viewers and scare them off. Not to mention, too many irrelevant things can slow everything down altogether. Do you have content? Is it relevant to what your website is about? Are you regularly posting? Do you write incredible content but only post when you get around to it, or do you have a schedule? All of these things are factors in the design of your website.

Believe it or not, many people determine whether they find a particular website trustworthy or not fairly quickly; the look of the site can either build or kill trust. That said, the layout of a site can keep someone on a website or have them go back to their search engine of choice to find another. How is the website organized? Is the navigation key labeled in layman’s terms? Keep in mind that when people are navigating, if people don’t understand what the navigation labels are, they will just leave. They don’t want to spend the time translating labels. 

How does it look?

Visual appeal is a key factor in retaining someone on a website. Do the photos on the site look like they were taken with a flip phone? Is there a lot of busy design on the page, or is it clean and visually simple? Does the design take away or add to what the site is about? Do the visuals add to the overall message that the website is trying to tell?

What is website development?

Website development includes the non-design aspects of building a website. Website development is behind the scenes, whereas web design is in front of the camera. 

Things to know and understand if you want to learn how to develop a website: 

Understanding HTML (Hypertext Marker Link): HTML is used to describe every piece of content on a website. No matter what type of content it is, whether it is writing, links, audio & video, or pictures, HTML ensures that all of your content is displayed correctly on your website.

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): CSS is the technical language for describing colors, layouts, and fonts on a webpage. It also plays a part in a website adapting to different devices. It can go from a large screen to a small screen to even other devices such as printers. 

Javascript: Computer programming language used to create and control website content

Although being a web developer and a web designer go hand in hand, they each have their skill set that is specific to that particular job description. One is more creative, the other is a bit more technical. Whether you choose to build your own website (bless your heart) or hire someone to do it for you, understanding both aspects of creating a website will only make it stronger, which is better for you in the end.

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The first inhabitants were the Orient Focus People, Native Americans who lived in the area about 1000 BC. They vanished long before the arrival in about 900 AD of the Corchaugs, who called the area Poquatuc. The Corchaugs were still present when six English families settled in 1661. The new residents called the area Oysterponds because of the abundant shellfish that they began to gather and sell to nearby communities. While farming remained the principal occupation, trading vessels began operating out of the sheltered harbor during the colonial period.

British troops landed in 1776 during the American Revolutionary War. Many families fled to Connecticut, and the Redcoats periodically plundered the farms they left behind. After Benedict Arnold switched sides, he organized raids on Connecticut from Oysterponds. The British returned during the War of 1812, setting up what turned out to be a porous blockade against American ships sailing to New York City. In 1814 Commodore Stephen Decatur anchored his American squadron off Trumans Beach but never engaged the British. After the war, renewed farming and fishing brought prosperity to Oysterponds. By 1840 more than 30 schooners were operating out of the harbor, carrying fish and produce.

Orient and East Marion originally were called Oysterponds Lower Neck and Oysterponds Upper Neck, respectively. In 1836, the two communities went their separate ways with new names. Orient was chosen to reflect the area’s easternmost position on the North Fork of Long Island. East Marion was named for Gen. Francis Marion, the “Swamp Fox” of the Revolutionary War. “East” was tacked on because of an existing town of Marion upstate.

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