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Interaria’s Five Premises for Web Development

Interaria naturally endorses public transportation and ecological living. Since buses are yet to have a strong design image, we opted to use this glossy vintage car illustration to demonstrate our cluster of services. A consumer buying a car perhaps originally and initially gets intrigued by its style and design. Despite the first emotional connection and attraction, any sensible consumer wants to find out how the engine functions, what type of special features are included, how fast can the car go, how long will the engine last, how solidly and to what detail was the car manufactured, and so on.

Similar demand and desire for information should apply when signing up to develop a web site. The bottom line: if you are investing on a web site, and intend to use it for several years to come, make sure you are not basing you decision making only to what you see outside. Ask questions and look inside the hood, to make sure you will get a powerful and functional engine and code base that serves your company’s needs and growth goals.

Interaria bases its web site and online media development on five premises to deliver a full package:

1) Aesthetic & Functional Identity & Architecture

+ Cohesive Brand / Web Identity
+ Organized Web architecture based on optimal user experience

2) Data Driven Code Engine

+ Top of the line code base
+ Advanced database functions for customized user experience
+ Robust Content Management Solutions

3) Accessible on the Go

+ Mobile / iPhone versions for online content
+ Mobile optimized content

4) Highly Ranked & Positioned

+ Optimized meta tags, keywords, links and content structure for search engines

5) Optimized Social Media Life

+ Active in Social Media
+ Easy to track, reach & talk to
+ Strong player in creating content to improve positions in many areas

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