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NewsEditor

Similar to our Blog, our Profile Page editor is often used as a News Feed. This module allows you to quickly and easily share the latest news about your company or to create interest in a blog post that will soon be loaded to the site. The list of possible uses is vast, as you can use the Profile Page Editor to list new vacancies at your company, update your clients about the newest innovation in your field. You can even use the Profile Page Editor to provide a list of links to interesting websites and then update that list from anywhere you have internet access.

Below is an example of the Page Editor and its practical application and integration into any website:

www.jasper.co.za

The Advantages of having a Website
The benefits of an effective website are best outlined after mentioning there are essentially 3 kinds of websites:

  1. A bad website
  2. A good website
  3. An effective website

A bad website is easy to recognize. They are just flat out bad, and often ugly. They hurt your eyes, they have terrible navigation, and/or they are annoying, and they quickly send visitors away irritated, confused, or dizzy. If you could use a good laugh at the expense of some really bad websites, check out Websites That Suck.

A good website is the most common type, but harder to identify because it usually looks just like an effective website. A good website has what every website should have: professional appearance, sensible navigation, good content, etc. It is not difficult to create a good website, so most fall into this category. The problem is, good does not equal effective.

An effective website is the kind with the most benefits. The primary difference between a good website and an effective one, besides profit, is that it anticipates the needs of the customer/visitor and meets those needs. Ironically, these are rare. Most websites try to "sell" rather than address the needs of the visitor. Effective websites require more planning and effort to create, but the rewards are worth it.

As you can see, it fits seamlessly onto your page and looks like it was part of the original design, regardless of how often you edit or update it.