Build a Website
We don’t just leave you to fend for yourself, we WILL help you to build a web site. If you are wondering how to build a website then Reason8’s approach is to ensure that you have someone to call and talk with every step of the way. When you learn how to build a website you will use great technology and talk with friendly people.
Ecommerce shopping baskets
There are two different approaches to making a A shopping cart / shopping basket. The first involves cookies. The shopping cart / shopping basket actually places a little piece of code on your computer called a cookie. The shopping cart / shopping basket then adds extra values to this cookie when you go through the shopping process. This is quite an invasive shopping cart / shopping basket technique and we do not subscribe to this method.
Make a Website
Of course if you are going to make a website, you will need to get it found too. Reason8 works with you to make sure that your website will be found. When you are making your website using the reason8 system you are adding content into a structure that has been pre-designed to be highly readable by the search engines and so you can now concentrate on building website content without thinking about the search engine implications. As part of the service that reason8 supplies is a full keyword modification ability. You simply choose the keywords that you want to use for each of your webpages and the system will optimise your webpages for that particular key word (a service that is often charged hundreds of pounds for)
The Reason8 business web site builder has a fantastic way of creating a navigation process that avoids the need to create complex navigation buttons. Each time you create a new webpage the Reason8 business web site builder also creates nice little navigation button to the new web site page you have created. What’s more you the Reason8 business web site builder also allows you to hide this button if you do not want it displayed. This feature is particularly useful for creating compelling user journeys