Social Networking - Port 80 Solutions

By: Port 80 Solutions  09-12-2011

The web is a social environment.  To help maximize your website's value, your organization should be look into leveraging the latest in social networking solutions. The more your visitors are engaged with your website, the more useful your site will be.

Classic web sites were meant to be informative, providing the information that your visitors needed.  Some sites were designed for more interactivity, with sections dedicated to forums and polls.  The latest in web technologies has gone beyond that, allowing your site's visitors to be more engaged than ever.  They're not just looking to grab information from your site, they're looking to interact with their fellow visitors, enhancing the value that a visit to your site provides.

Make your site more useful by becoming a hub where visitors can enjoy an engaging experience.  Port 80 Solutions can help you integrate your


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Visit our site soon to see how we have integrated these technologies into the Port 80 Site.

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