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    Comparing Two Websites

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    Compare the two websites you have selected, which are The Maine Website and The Paris Pass Firstly, I will be talking about the Maine Website. This website does have relevant information regarding places the tourits could visit, the place that will be suitable for tourists and book the place they are considering. It makes it less complex for the tourist and they are will less likely be lost. There are maps available, which they can download, which means they are more secure and wouldn 't need to worry much about this issue. However, the bad points has more information than images. Generally, you would expect a tourism website to have more images rather than info. This makes the website less appealing and dull. Tourists visit places because it is historic or the scenery and want less information. Moreover, there are no information regarding discounts. This is signifcant as tourists look for discounts because it is expensive travelling and want value for money. The information is small and this could affect readers with eye site problems. This could lead to them not being able to read the information. Above all, the improvements that could be made on this website is that more colours are used. This will make it stand out and fascinate the reader. On the other hand, for the text to bigger, which vital. This is because if it small the audience will not be able to find the information relevant. As well as, having more images satisfies the readers. This encourages the tourists to…

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    The primary goal of the KMS venture was to influence on intranet innovation to build up a worldwide information organize so that the administrations in the bank could be incorporated. Among a few autonomous intranet ventures multiplied were OfficeWeb, GTSnet and Iweb (Chua & Lam, 2005). OfficeWeb united the important branch directors in the Domestic Division to make a group of clients where nearby information could be openly shared. The venture was deliberately essential as it could bolster the…

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