Nositeunseen is Redefining Business Online

Nositeunseen is Redefining Business Online-UserTutor Corp.

The Nositeunseen Network’s fully managed WordPress hosting system is changing the face of business online by redefining the context of website positioning. “It’s about relevance”, stated James Hill, CEO of UserTutor Corporation, the company behind the Nositeunseen development project.  “We’ve built upon the existent concepts of SEO and added relevance into the mix.  Where any website on … Read more

The Making of a Hosting Service

The Making of a Hosting Service-UserTutor Corp.

We have watched with interest as a hosting system that claims to operate using artificial intelligence has promoted itself on-line. The notion they seek to instil is that their websites intuitively build themselves in an aesthetically pleasing manner without extensive effort or skills required by the website admins.  Prior to their recent beta release they had already pre-sold over … Read more

The Ten Second Elevator Speech

The Ten Second Elevator Speech-UserTutor Corp.

Typically most people leave a website within 10 to 20 seconds (over half leave in under 15 seconds) and that leaves very little time to make that first impression. Websites effectively have ten seconds to either cause a visitor to leave the site, or invite them to continue on to other pages. A website is an organization’s … Read more

The Full Service Era – Part 2

The Full Service Era - Part 2-UserTutor Corp.

So what is that reasonable alternative? For every business it varies but the concept remains consistent – get back to the basics.  Kindness did not go out of style just because it’s the new millennium.  Same as courtesy.  It’s still as valid today as it was in any point of history.  Getting back to the … Read more

The Full Service Era – Part 1

The Full Service Era - Part 1-UserTutor Corp.

Does anyone remember this fellow? Fill ‘er up!  Check the oil and tranny fluid.  Tires seem a bit low.  Clean the windshield, back window, and even the headlights. The full service era was an ideal – a philosophy that the customer was worth the full efforts of service.  Their time was important and service reflected … Read more