21st Century Tile

The sad truth was 21st Century Tile was paying for professional web development and getting gouged on an ongoing basis by their second tier web developer. After 21st Century Tile heard about iNET Custom Creative Genius inspired website development, they decided it was time to wash their hands of their second tier web designer and his seemingly unreasonable web development fees. Not content to let his website development victims leave without a final parasitic wannabe attempt to suck them dry, the second tier web site dude came up with an assortment of domain transfer charges totaling $550 for a few minutes of "work". iNET advised 21st Century Tile not to pay the ridiculous charges, and after several rounds of posturing by the second tier web developer, he agreed to do the right thing and transfer the domain to iNET Web. iNET literally had to tell the guy if he didn’t respond to our requests there would be legal action. Unfortunately, these business practices are typical of second tier website developers who see their web development customers as cash cows rather than entities that must succeed with every penny of their marketing budget.

Web Design Milwaukee Tile Store21st Century Tile wanted a work of art as their Internet marketing platform; something representative of the beautiful ceramic and stone tile layouts 21st Century Tile design for their Milwaukee tile customers. iNET creative genius inspired website graphic designers came through with a truly gorgeous website graphic design incorporating subtle elements of tile imagery to give viewers the intuitive impression of a high-end, quality ceramic and stone tile supplier. A Flash graphic animation in the homepage header fades opaque windows out in a square tile pattern. As the windows fade, pictures of home interiors featuring 21st Century tile design shine though. The background of the website is a mosaic tile pattern which expands to fill the browser of the website viewer. The tile pattern is attractive and seemingly simple, yet subtly complex, as multiple patterns can be seen within it. The color scheme of the website graphic design is warm and soothing, inspiring the relaxed and comfortable feelings 21st Century tile designs create in Wisconsin homes. One of the coolest features of the 21st Century Tile website is the Virtual Showroom. The virtual showroom is an online gallery incorporating Javascript and Flash programming to let viewers browse images and tile samples from the 21st Century Milwaukee tile showroom. Large, glossy pictures of 21st Century tile samples, representing their wide range of tile materials, rotate in a suggested 3-D circle. Sample pictures fall into the gallery from above each time a new category is selected. When individual pictures are clicked, enlarged versions fade in over the website then fade back out again when closed. The 21st Century Tile Virtual Showroom is one of the most advanced and most attractive website picture galleries you will see anywhere.

With iNET client-side content management tools, 21st Century Tile can add and subtract pictures to the Virtual Showroom, as well as edit content on all areas of the website. Website changes are made instantly and as easily as sending e-mail. While lesser Milwaukee website developers prefer to charge clients for every website update, at iNET we like to encourage our web development clients to keep their website content fresh all by themselves if they want to keep cost to a minimum. While there are dozens of proprietary methods iNET Web uses to push websites to the top of search engines, fresh website content is one way the average website owner can help their own websites rank higher in search engine results, thereby increasing web development return-on-investment, which is what iNET Web is all about.

The 21st Century Tile website is custom coded with iNET proprietary, search engine friendly website code to facilitate high rankings in native search engine queries, where the vast majority of online search traffic and PROFIT is derived. 21st Century Tile is currently #4 on Google for "tile Milwaukee" and #1 or #2 for all derivations of "Milwaukee tile showroom", "Milwaukee tile wholesaler", and "tile distributor Milwaukee" – without any search engine optimization (SEO) from iNET! This success shows how iNET websites are built to succeed on search engines, although 21st Century Tile did get some help from iNET with their website content development. A page of search engine targeted copy writing from one of the iNET creative genius inspired website copywriters is helping 21st Century Tile to the top of Milwaukee tile searches. Search engines place a high value on properly composed, search engine friendly content in a template free website structure. iNET website copywriters are the best at writing content which reels in customers, endears those customers when they land in your website, AND that boosts your website in search engine rankings. Should 21st Century Tile choose to undergo an SEO campaign, they will climb even higher in the Milwaukee tile rankings, growing their market share, as thousands of online tile shoppers see the most attractive tile website in Southeastern Wisconsin listed first in native search engine rankings.

To transform your Wisconsin home into a work of art, visit the 21st Century Tile website today to see examples of the gorgeous stone and ceramic tile designs available. To transform your Wisconsin business website into an online sales generating, profit building marketing machine, visit iNET Web – where bottom line enhancing website development artistry is what we are.


Creative is an intangible. There aren’t many great creatives in radio. In branding there are less. In strategizing there are even less. Most companies have no BRAND. The products and services are amazing, the businesses are often brilliant. There is just nothing for consumers to grab and buckle themselves into. The web sites are also no influence in creating the brand, brand strategy, ad concept or ads.

iNET creative has dozens of mind traps and hooks. Duplicitous meanings and meanings left for the listener to decipher or wonder at. While these traps can get a listener stuck in a thought midstream over two, three, twenty exposures they force acceptance of the message and action. When they discover the hidden hooks listeners feel like insiders, part of the story and part of the brand.

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