NoSiteUnseen: Interactive eCommunities Evolved on WordPress.
That is the title on our campaign to raise the funds required to take the network to the next level of service. The Nositeunseen network originally began its journey as a solution to the many website owners who found themselves stranded on the Internet. They had their website built – looking pretty – and optimized and finalized. And then […]
And while they […], if their website should get compromised by a hacker, or some custom code be rendered obsolete in an automatic update, they would need to pay for the repairs themselves before they could return to their […]
Nositeunseen was born from the need for more than just website development and design. It was developed to address the […]. That […] is the question asked by many website operators after the development work is done. And that question is, “What do I do now?”
The answer, or solution of Nositeunseen was to be a part of that website operator’s journey. Not as staff or contractor, because that is cost prohibitive to most business operators, but as a fellow business operator in a community of the same. The network provided the technical know-how and support in much the same manner as a commercial lease of office space. Lease a location to conduct business and expect it to just work. Flick a light switch and take for granted the light comes on, and taps deliver water, and floors are mopped and polished. And should you wish to do some custom adjustments to your office space, the support personnel were available to consult and provide the best advice for making those changes, or even provide the service.
Nositeunseen was born from the need for more than just website development and design. It was developed to address the question, “What do I do now?”
The network soon evolved from just technical support to include website design and development, then content creation. And support associates who represented the various aspects of support and design became members of the network also. They became the business operators’ neighbour – virtually.
Yet even with all this interactive support as an inherent part of the network system, the […] seemed to still remain. “What do I do now” was still the question of many business operators. That revealed what can be taken for granted by those in the know, that the Internet is still much of a mystery to the typical website operator. Conducting business on the Internet is a hit or miss, trial and error endeavour by most. And the Nositeunseen network answered with the solution of adding business experience into the support mix. Besides asking feedback and advice about a landing page design, now experience could be queried on an upcoming marketing campaign or management issue or a host of other business concerns.
And support associates who represented the various aspects of support and design became members of the network also. They became the business operators’ neighbour – virtually.
The […] was being addressed, but a new concern began to surface, and that was the risk of support being spread too thin and rendered ineffective. The solution was developing the social interconnection of each network where not only was support accessible, but other members of the community were accessible, too. The talent pool of support was suddenly huge as members successful in their own endeavours found it facilitated and invited to share their expertise and experience with other members.
It worked – and continues to work. So the network became more ambitious in presenting solutions as it sought to address the issue of relevance. This part is big! If you work at 123 Busy Street, Okotoks, Alberta – how relevant is that when you list your address as 123 Busy Street, Earth? But that’s how your dot com, or dot net, or dot org plays out. Of course country specific domains narrow it down – your dot ca has you at 123 Busy Street, Canada. Closer, but still one among millions. That’s the context of your business on the Internet.
So the network became more ambitious in presenting solutions as it sought to address the issue of relevance.
The solution? Introducing the eCommunity. That is the virtual representation of a physical community online. Now your business is finally located online at 123 Busy Street, Okotoks, Alberta. Your promotional region is aligned – your website is relevant being in proper context. Other businesses and organizations in your physival community become part of your eCommunity and together you each in turn strengthen each others’ positional relevance.
It’s ambitous, and it’s huge, and it’s do-able. And that’s where the network needs you. Where we are designed to give, we now ask so that we can give in a greater capacity. We need your support to take this international.
Please visit our Kickstarter page and make a pledge to help Kickstart the Network that “just works” so together we can change the face of website hosting by providing the missing and needed aspect of relevance.
The Nositeunseen Network is a development project of UserTutor Corp.