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Subject: [uk-netmarketing] RE: Flash and hits
From: Lee Rickler
Date: Sat, 27 Jan 2001 00:33:30 -0000

Why the f*ck was the site built in flash in the first place?
To me the decision to flash or not to flash is a very basic decision
that needs to be taken the first minute the project is discussed.


Example : I am currently working on an Intranet that is 90% text
delivered from a database. The ability to download, cut and paste or
print the content is a priority.
The gig is a rebuild of an existing version built totally in flash
and although it looks very sexy IT'S TOTALLY USELESS!!
The original was built by a very big and influential agency and I
would never have said it was their work if i didn't know.

Come on you guys get it right ... it's not hard.

No wonder so many design firms are going under/ laying off loads of staff.

Am i the only person that works this way?


>I am having a bit of a problem with this, we get around 10,000 visits a week
>to the flash only modules we deliver. The average visitor spends 2 minutes
>interacting with the module.
>Though our business model does include any online advertising revenue I am
>sure I could make these 10,000 visits pay (especially as they are finance
>based .
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