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How to draw links between your physical location and your virtual one

By Emma Kae - 15th August 2000 - Back to News

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Today, many businesses are no longer staying solely as an on-line or off-line business, but rather a combination of the two.

When such a business gets onto the Internet, it is important to make the link between your "click-and-mortar" to your visitors. Enhancing the value of the idea that the business exists as a physical structure they can visit in the real world can be an invaluable asset to your business.

For many, the idea of purchasing goods via the Internet is still unknown territory. By letting people know that the business does actually have a solid foundation means that you have given your visitors another option to buy your products.

A great way of helping visitors from your virtual store to the real world is to add a map showing them the way. With the new tools available on the web, you can have images and driving instructions from any location on your site. Leading the world to your door has never been so simple... it is only a few clicks away.

It looks professional, breathes dedication and proves innovation.

Click here for more information, and directions on how to get yourself one of these magnificent maps.


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