Ayos Website Design

"Psychology of an Internet Customer," an Online Instructor-Led Training, is being Launched by Ayos Website Design

Summary: Ayos Website Design is launching an online version of its class, "Psychology of an Internet Customer." The class will be taught by, Ayo Ijidakinro, a website engineer who previously designed website workflows at Microsoft Corporation. Like its classroom counterpart, this online class will teach business owners and marketing executives how an internet customer thinks while on their website.

Redmond, WA (PRWEB) January 8, 2008 -- Ayos Website Design announced today that, as of February 11th, 2008, the class, "Psychology of an Internet Customer," will be available as an online course. Notable, is the instructor's previous experience as a business application designer at Microsoft Corporation.


Previously, this class was only available to business owners and marketing executives in the Seattle metropolitan area. As an online class, companies from around the world will now be able to learn how internet customers think while on their website.


"I am happy to be able to make this announcement today," stated Ayo Ijidakinro, the instructor and founder of Ayos Website Design. "This class was successful in a classroom format, but moving it online enables us to help more companies regardless of their geographic location."


As mentioned, prior to teaching this class, Ayo Ijidakinro designed website workflows as a Program Manager for Microsoft Corporation. He also served as the CTO of Digital Self Corporation. The material for this class is based on a combination of professional experience and research he has compiled.


The class helps companies identify improvements to make to a website to boost sales. "The average website is making costly mistakes," added Ayo. "Unfortunately, I never have to go far to find examples for my class. Many of these mistakes are inexpensive to fix. However, without knowledge of the problems, how will an executive know to fix them?"


For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Ayo Ijidakinro or visit http://www.ayoswebdesign.com/market/schedule.htm.


About Ayos Website Design:


Ayos Website Design was founded by Ayo Ijidakinro. Its goal is to help companies avoid wasting money and time on ineffective websites. The company provides internet marketing training and website reviews to customers in King and Pierce Counties in Washington State.


Contact:


Ayo Ijidakinro, Instructor and Owner
Ayos Website Design
425-770-5533
http://www.ayoswebdesign.com


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Young Entrepreneur Takes Bible Principles and Uses Them to Found Ayos Website Design

Summary: Ayo Ijidakinro, an entrepreneur located in Redmond, Washington, has founded Ayos Website Design with the belief that he can win customer loyalty and appreciation by always doing the kind thing. He believes that most of the problems in Corporate America stem from a lack of the bible principle of love for neighbor. His bet is that doing business with honesty and integrity is not just the right thing to do, but also smart business.

Redmond, WA (PRWEB) October 5, 2007 -- "You must love your neighbor as yourself." The bible says that Jesus uttered these words nearly 2,000 years ago. How much better would Corporate America be if all companies operated on this principle? Product quality would be better. After all, if I wouldn't want a low quality product, then why would I give it to my neighbor? With the founding of Ayos Website Design, loving customer as self is the goal.


When asked why these principles are so important to him, Ayo says, "It is readily apparent that many of the complaints against Corporate America, like poor customer service and poor product quality, are the direct result of selfishness." In his words, "Selfishness is the opposite of love. For example, if I pay for a service, my expectation is that I will get friendly support even if doing so would lower profit margins. Similarly, employees should expect kind treatment."


But while spending extra money to foster better customer and employee relations seems nice, does it make a better business? Many economists say no. They argue that call center off-shoring, high executive compensation, corporate downsizing, and legal strong-arm tactics are all signs of a healthy capitalistic economy.


So the question for Ayo is, isn't running a business on the principles of love, honesty, and integrity outdated in modern society? "Not at all," says Ayo, "humans are the same today as they were two thousand years ago. When I as a customer or employee am treated kindly I tend to use the service repeatedly, and as an employee I am more productive."


Statistics don't seem to be in Ayos favor. As the pace of capitalism in developed countries has accelerated, jobs outsourced, and job stability lessened, profits at most American companies are higher than ever.


However, this doesn't seem to deter Ayo. He states, "There is no doubt that the selfish have a measure of financial success. However, look at Enron, look at Tyco. These companies that seemed to be on top of the world quickly collapsed because of their selfish excesses. On the other hand, one of my favorite companies is Southwest Airlines. For years they have shown that by caring for the customer and the employee it is possible to be profitable even in the most difficult industry."


"A lot of companies give lip service to principles like: putting the customer first, employees are number one, etc. However, customers and employees know who is really living by these principles and who is a fraud. I intend to live by these principles, and I hope that customers and employees will see the difference."


It will be interesting to see how business develops for Ayos Website Design. His ideas are noble, but in today's tough economy it takes more than noble ideals to survive.


For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Ayo Ijidakinro or visit www.ayoswebdesign.com.


About Ayos Website Design:


Ayos Website Design was founded by Ayo Ijidakinro. Its goal is to help companies use the internet more effectively. The company provides graphics and website design services to customers in King and Pierce Counties in Washington State.


Contact:


Ayo Ijidakinro, Owner
Ayos Website Design
425-770-5533
http://www.ayoswebdesign.com


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Unreasonable Expectations a Leading Cause of Discouragement for Web Entrepreneurs Web Strategy Firm Reveals

Summary: Ayo Ijidakinro, the founder of Ayos Website Design, has recently investigated one of the leading causes of discouragement among internet entrepreneurs. The result of his investigation is that most business owners become discouraged, not because their business has failed to perform at a reasonable level, but because their expectations were unreasonable to begin with.

Redmond, Washington (PRWEB) April 4, 2008 -- After six months of effort Ryan Gibbs of Taledaga.com decided to throw in the towel. He launched his website on June 01, 2006 and by January of 2007 still was losing money. While this example is fictional, the story is not uncommon. The number of websites started every year numbers into the thousands, but many owners abandon their websites because of discouragement. Why is it that so many websites fail? Ayo Ijidakinro, the founder of Ayos Website Design, provides one very important observation. "The majority of website owners have unrealistic expectations for how quickly their websites will take off. This leads to discouragement and a lack of joy." He adds, "The media provides us with a constant barrage of overnight success stories. When website owners don't see similar successes with their website, they assume their problems are chronic and this discouragement causes them to quit."


The thought, 'that unrealistic expectations can lead to discouragement,' is not new. However, it doesn't seem to prevent website owners from continuing to found websites with the idea that their website will achieve success within the first year of operation. "If you ask the average new website owner, typically he believes that within his first year his website will gain significant traction and generate sufficient revenues to turn a profit." Ayo adds, "However, when you look at the revenue patterns of successful websites you almost invariably find that it takes at least 18 - 24 months of continuous effort to gain any sort of traction."


Nevertheless, web entrepreneurs are correct when they say that success often comes quickly on the internet. As Ayo points out, "There is no question that, because the startup costs are so low, internet rewards are often greater and come faster than for more traditional businesses. Nevertheless, these same low startup costs create a far more competitive environment than most traditional businesses ever have to deal with. This is the counterpoint many website owners forget."


So what attitude should a successful web entrepreneur have? Ayo provides us with one last piece of advice, "Set aggressive goals for your website, otherwise you will not grow. However, don't set goals that are so lofty that only one in a million websites can reach them." For those business owners that are discouraged or on the brink of discouragement, this may be helpful advice. Perhaps you could benefit by taking a close look at your goals and reassuring yourself that your expectations are realistic and not based on sensationalized stories of overnight success.


For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release contact Ayo Ijidakinro or visit Ayos Website Design's website.


About Ayos Website Design:


Ayos Website Design was founded by Ayo Ijidakinro. Its goal is to help frustrated companies learn how to improve website performance. The company provides website strategy consulting services to small and mid-size firms in the United States.


Contact:
Ayo Ijidakinro, Owner
Ayos Website Design
425-770-5533
http://www.ayoswebdesign.com

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