New Website Scrappage Scheme launched by netXtra to help local organisations fund 2010 website strategies
Following the success of the government’s car scrappage scheme, Long Melford based website development company netXtra have today launched a similar initiative – the netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme – a program aimed at helping local I.T., marketing and website managers fund new website design, development and hosting projects in 2010.
Offering up to £1,000 in discounts, the new netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme gives organisations with recessionary induced budget constraints, a more financially viable way to update their online presence with a more effective, interactive and engaging solution.
Martin Robertson, Sales and Marketing Director at netXtra said “It is clear that the effect of the ongoing recession in the UK has severely hit online marketing budgets. Consequently, website managers are looking to get more ‘bang for their buck’ as marketing funds are squeezed even further.” Mr Robertson went on to say, “With up to £1,000 off, the netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme gives those who are looking to update their website this year, an innovative way to get what exactly they need, at a price that allows them to keep the books balanced”.
The netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme is open to all mainland UK organisations, and is available from the 11 January to 12 March 2010. To register interest, or to find out more, applicants should call netXtra on 01787 319393 or visit the netXtra Website Scrappage Scheme website page at www.netxtra.net/scrappage. Alternatively, applicants can register their interest by emailing netXtra at email@example.com.
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