Web Development


Morning! How goes the revolution comrade?

I am Website Development Manager with a reputed online service provider. I was surfing through site from your domain www.DOMAIN.org.au.Have been observing various changes in trends in the Industry and the types of sites other players in your domain are using.

Which particular reputed online service provider are you working for because you didn’t say?

Perhaps I’ll just have to take a look at your email address and work backwards from there.


Okay, so remove the “info@” and put a www in front and viola!



Where is your website?

The field has grown since you last updated your website as per available records in Domain tools. There are a lot more advanced and user friendly websites

What, like yours for example? Surely a website with content, buttons, links and pictures is certainly a more advanced and user-friendly one than yours. Call me provincial, but I feel mine is light-years ahead of a page with an Invalid Hostname error.

Which appeal to the consumer?

Sorry? What?

A website determines the brand of a firm in the online world.

Indeed, and yours is a perfect example. Of how not to do it.

But I thought I’d give you the benefit of the doubt. I did an easywhois.com lookup on your domain (the one that’s in your email address as you didn’t actually say where you were from) and it revealed the domain was registered in December 2012, and that the registrant (the person who registered the domain) was a Dev Kumar.

No relation I’m sure.

Website errors do occur though from time to time. I suggest you take a look and see what’s the matter.

Do let me know if you are willing to discuss a possible redesigning/redevelopment of your (Client) website and I will be happy to explain in greater details.

Are you saying that an error message is the new look for websites? Perhaps you’re ahead of the curve, the Bladerunner of the internet. Your site is so advanced, so original in its execution, art direction, design and content that simply no-one is going to get it. You’re kind enough to want to share what you’re sure will be the future of the web with me, and I thank you for it. Truly.

Let me know if you would like further information by telephone or email. I’ll be pleased to advise you of the options available and give you a no obligation quote including a complimentary website review.

Wow. You’re very kind.

Please let me have your name and telephone number so that I can contact you directly.

Well if you actually look at my website you’ll find that very easily. It’s on the contact page. Perhaps I’m old-fashioned though and should have it in a button which is labeled in black on a black background and when pressed a little black light lights-up black to let you know you’ve done it.

Kind Regards
Website Development Manager

And to you comrade. Keep up the great work.

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