1. Have a page that is gridded off into the shape of a wooden shoe. The grid would contain a total of 1 million individual squares; one square would be equal to one pixel.
2. Have the ability to up-load business logos to the page.
3. Help with domain name registration.
4. Have the ability to enlarge a company’s logo & have company information included. (For a more detailed description see attached page)
5. Have the "other sections" and the information for each included. (For a more detailed description see attached page.)
6. Have the ability to process credit card orders and automatically calculate additional fees. (For a more detailed description see attached page.)
7. Have a hit counter with the specified information included. (For a more detailed description see attached page.)
8. Have automated features included (For a more detailed description see attached page.)
9. Have a secondary version of the page included. (For a more detailed description see attached page.)
10. Have the page be operational for 10 years minimum.
11. Help with site maintenance, modification, updates, & any other sites related issues, for the entire life of the site.
The Holland Homepage: Have a website created that is gridded off into the shape of Michigan. (The Lower Peninsula) A company could pay to have their logo and slogan automatically placed on the page for advertisement. The way I’d like this to work is to allow a user to get an image of any type, size, format, or quality from anywhere. Then automatically have it edited and formatted by the site for proper display. Some users may run into issues with this automated system. So I want the ability to be contacted by a user who’s having problems and place logos and all subsequent content individually if need be. The grid would contain a total of 1 million individual squares; one square would be equal to one pixel. Squares would be for sale at one cent a square. The minimum number of squares that could be purchased at one time would be a 4000 pixel block, for four hundred dollars, at one cent per pixel. Logos would enlarge to 3 times that size when rolled over by a user and provide basic company info and description and maybe an animated version of the logo with a short audio clip, such as company slogan. Logo placement will be done according to category, which in turn will determine logo placement. Categories would allow a secondary version of the gridded page to be created. The secondary version would allow users to view the page as labeled categories, without audio or logos Categories could then be clicked on pulling up a secondary link page. The “Link Page” would be alphabetical containing the contact information for all companies within that category. Not only would this give a user another way to search the site but it would also cut down the amount of data that would need to be loaded for someone trying to view the page on a slow connection. The site would detect a user’s connection speed. Then if a slow connection was detected the user would be shown the categorically labeled version without images or audio. Also I’d like to have a third way to search the site. I’d like to give user the option to view an alphabetical link page without categories, images, or audio. This would be done by creating a section titled “List of Companies & Contact Info.” In addition to names and contact information the page would contain information about the amount of space bought, and price paid. Other sections I’d like included on the website are “Buy Space”, “FAQ”, “Testimonials” “Holland News,” “Help & Trouble Shooting” “Holland Chat & News Forum” and “Contact Us.” I’d like each section to contain a brief text description. This description would appear as a transparent text box, when a user rolled their mouse over a section and it would be connected to the primary section heading. Inside the “About Us” section of the website there would be a Video/PowerPoint presentation for prospective customers & it would link to a video log that people could subscribe to. The video log would be linked to YouTube and subscribers could be sent updates about it via e-mail. The page would be operational for ten years minimum, giving it great value over time, as a marketing tool. After ten years users subscriptions would be renewed for the same price and amount of time. To avoid confusion users would be sent an automated message/notice via e-mail two weeks prior to subscription renewal, giving them time to opt out. To farther facilitate full discloser customers would be told about this process during signup. To help avoid financial losses those responsible for the sites maintenance would notify the site’s proprietor of subscription renewals 4 weeks prior to actual renewal. The monthly cost average for 400 dollars over ten years would be $3.34. Each time a user rolled their mouse over a company, that company’s logo would enlarge. Once the logo was enlarged there would be a box containing the contact information, web link and a company description. The enlarged logo could also be animated & contain a 30 second audio clip such as a slogan, if it was so desired. In order to give the homepage greater value synergy would be created. Synergy would be created by including a terms of service stipulation. The stipulation would state that in addition to a fee businesses would have to allow a link to the Holland home page to be included on their website. The link to the Holland home page would be a miniaturized version of the secondary version of the homepage and a description of it. This would mean that when someone chose to utilized this service they would eventually get to be advertised on two hundred and fifty web websites for the price of one. If affiliate websites are factored in the monthly cost average is $1.03 per month, per website. To make sure businesses included a link to the Holland Homepage on their site, users would be asked to include certain information during the buying/setup process. This information could be the web address of their company, company Facebook page, or any working online page, except for e-mail. Once they gave an online page address, the site would automatically check it for validity. Once the link was verified the site then would automatically post a miniaturized version of the secondary version of the homepage and a description of it on the site the user had provided. So businesses would utilize the long term potential of the site, they would be allowed to revamp their advertisement once a month for ten years. Long term this would mean if someone wanted to change over their ad space to a new company or job, they'd be allowed to do so. In order to make the websites’ value more quantifiable over time a hit counter would be installed. The hit counter would keep track of how many times the page was visited, which companies were clicked on, and if the site was arrived at directly or through an affiliate website. The hit counter and the subsequent information it provided would only be available to the sites’ administrator. I would also want the ability to process credit card orders & have them deposited to a bank account. Also I want to process credit card orders, using PayPal processing service. When someone bought space on the website using a credit card, I’d like an additional fee to be automatically be calculated & included. The extra fee would be equal to the processing fee charged to me by PayPal for that order. To help avoid customer confusion about pricing a message would be included before checkout. The message would state that “You have been charged “X” additional dollars in PayPal processing fees.”
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