[thelist] pdfs on web site (was "scope of work"forwebsiteproposal)

Steven Streight steven.streight at gmail.com
Tue Feb 27 16:38:36 CST 2007

I suggest then that the "additional contact info and URL" be also in HTML
and visible on the web page itself, unless there's some reason you don't
want to show this, what seems to me, vital sales info.

On 2/27/07, Martha Hesselein <mhessel at forwardconsulting.com> wrote:
> The product information is HTML and quite extensive.  The PDFs are an
> additional neat, pretty, one-page summation with additional contact info
> and
> URL.  That's all.  It has worked for us.
> Thanks!
> Martha Hesselein
> Forward Consulting
> 251-472-9400
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> Oh my. All I can say is have you tested this with users, done non-invasive
> user observation tests with typical customers? Because I still don't
> understand why the sales information is not HTML, as well as your PDF for
> printer outers. I can't see people printing out your stuff, and the
> thousands of competing web sites PDFs, and going through all that dead
> tree
> gunk.
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