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Not all links are created equal.
While all of your links may be important, you must sort and prioritize to come up with an effective navigation scheme. Here's what you should keep in mind: ... continue
So you’ve decided to start an online work at home business and are just beginning to build your website. You probably have a million different ideas for what you want the site to look like. You will want to take into consideration that your idea of a great website may differ drastically from what a website designed to make sales should be like. ... continue
A couple of days ago, I was searching for a popular eBook online.
Now I'm not going to tell you the name of this eBook for reasons you'll understand in the next few minutes.
Okay, so here I was, opening Google, entering the name of the eBook - clicking search, and checking through the first few pages of search results. ... continue
Having an eye catching website is great, but are you optimizing your website to allow the best performance possible? I receive several emails a day from clients asking how they can get more hits to their websites, what can be done to increase sales, and how to prepare their sites for search engines. There are very simple things that can be done to help your website perform its best. ... continue
What is a domain name? A domain name is the location of your website on the Internet. Your domain name will be what you become known by online so it's important to get it right. ... continue
With literally thousands of web hosting companies in the industry all vying for your business, carefully consider these key points to ensure you make the most well informed decision possible. ... continue
Your web site is like a fight of stairs into your business. Once you've got prospects to your home page - your online front door - you want to move them to action. If you miss a step or two, prospects will fall and won't make it in the door to your business. If you put the last step first and your first step last, prospects won't find the steps you want them to take. ... continue
1) Crystal Clear Source Code (HTML/CSS)
Many web-designers give far too much importance to the look and the graphics of the website while ignoring the clarity of the source code. Clean and well-written source code is the first step to website design success. If a spider cannot find your keywords, you might just as well forget about search engine optimization. ... continue
You've made your decision to move from your website from your current web host to a new web host. The following tips will help you make the transition easier and make you aware of some potential pitfalls to avoid. ... continue
Geared Up with a website and lots of energy to make a mark online? Spare some time and go through this. You'll be glad you did. If you don't already, this is something you MUST know! ... continue
1. Don't load your web site with a lot of high tech clutter. Your visitors may miss your whole sales message.
2. Don't use unnecessary words or phrases on your site. You only have so much time to get your visitor's attention and interest; make ever word count. ... continue
What annoys an Internet user the most? A quick unscientific survey of a local Internet café suggests the top three turn-offs are:
The single most common reaction to sites like these is that the visitor very quickly moves on to another web site. Clearly, if you get things wrong there is usually no second chance. ... continue