DINA is now offering many new services that will make your site more interactive and dynamic. If you want your web site to do something that you don't see listed here, please ask us. We can build almost any function available on the web today.
Dynamic calendar System
You can update your own calendar from any web browser. Your event will automatically appear on your home page as well as your calendar pages. When the even is over, it automatically is cycled off of your home page and the next event appears. If you wish, we can set it up so any member of the community can submit an event. It will not show up until you have approved it.
News on your home page
Add your own news stories from any web browser. The story will appear right on your home page. You can set the story to expire on a certain date and it will automatically be removed. This allows you to add fresh content to your web site at any time without having to rely on a webmaster.
We can set up a Blog within your web site. It is hosted on our servers and appears within your www address. From your blog, you can write news releases, upload photo galleries, link to other web sites, add RSS feeds and just about anything else you can think of. You can enable others to comment, or not. Blogs are extremely flexible. We will set your blog up so it looks exactly like your web site. Check back soon to see our first community blog and how it is implemented.
Dynamic content from your databases
Much of our content on our newer web sites come from databases provided by clients. Send us an excel spreadsheet of your membership for example and we will program it directly into your web site. Make changes whenever you need to right from a web browser. Our easy to use interface works just like filling out a form.
Economic development expertise
Because of their background in economic development, UALR/IEA staff know how to get your home page noticed by the decision-makers in economic development - the markets you most want to reach. They announce your home page and make certain that links are provided to it from other, related sites on the World Wide Web - all the places development professionals and tourists are likely to look for information. Then they provide you with regular reports detailing the number of visitors to your home page, and where they are coming from.