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Welcome to Businelle Company, the Internet Best Practices and Industrial Web Marketing Specialist Company. Since 2000, we have provided award winning services to companies nationwide through direct relationships and strategic partnerships. We are a turn-key software solutions provider. With our depth of both internet and software technologies, our capabilities root themselves in solid design principles and bloom into the most successful, scalable, and measurable of results. We are still serving the first customer we ever signed . . . and just about everyone in between. In other words, we rarely lose a customer! There is one simple guiding principle that makes this possible: we exceedingly satisfy our customer's requirements to a point that we are considered one of their most valuable assets...everyday!

Our 8 primary services are designed around the current best practices of the internet's top companies. As today's decision makers weigh the many internet services available, it is best to consider the must haves and the should haves. The 4 MUST HAVES of a performance website include Design & Development, Hosting & Support, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Measurement & Reporting. These should be considered as a group, in whole, with alignment to a company's current business objectives. Unlike the must haves, the 4 SHOULD HAVES may be considered independently. They include Pay-Per-Clicks, Chat, eCommerce, and Blogs. Finally, a la cart items may be added on a case by case basis as they are needed to meet your business requirements.

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