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  • Free Isnt Always Good - 5 Reasons Why You Need Your Own Website

     
    Often time I've browsed sites and seen the same thing - general rep websites or free hosted sites. Pop ups irritate me from the free sites as does the blatant ads getting in the way of the text, and if you have seen one rep site you literally have seen them all. Boring, unoriginal, and unprofessional. But after all they are free, and free is good right? Wrong - not when it comes to your image online. Regardless of the business you are in, it's important you have your own website. Meaning you have a unique domain name with purchased hosting....
     

    Six Basic Reasons Why Visitors Stay On Your Web Site

     
    1. The first page appears quickly. It's a good way to have your brief tagline in the starting page of your web site and your company logo. Highlight the benefits and advantages of your products on the starting page. But don't dump all the information on it so that it will appear quickly. Limit your graphic to a file size of 20 KB or less. 2. It's purpose is immediately and clearly identified. Say what you want to say and say it briefly and straight to the point to get across your purpose why you existed in the web....
     

    Database Driven Web Site - Do You Need It?

     
    Many of site owners still don't realize all advantages of database driven web sites and don't use all abilities they give. So when do you need a database driven web site and how it will make your web-life better? What is a database driven web site? Database driven web site is one that uses database for collecting and storing information. What information it can be? Various. Email addresses, contact info, clients list, products list, listings of real estate property, trade offers, images, and links, etc....
     

    Build a Web Site that Works...Even for a Safari Hobby!

     
    My life's greatest passion is a safari hobby. And what would that be, you ask. ...Simply the conservation of wildlife and the environment. I do this after hours from my 7 to 5 job. And that's how this story started. Read this story to learn how to build not just a web site...but a web site that works... I live and work in a mining town in Zambia. So finding time to do my hobby was not easy at first. It was an up hill battle. But I wised up and made it easy, just too easy perhaps. How did I do that?...
     

    Websites: You Get What You Pay For!

     
    So you finally decided to invest in a web presence or upgrade your current site? There are many available choices in "web designers" to choose from. This decision is an important one! You may have a relative or friend of a friend who will do your web site at a very low cost from the comfort of their house. At the same time you receive a quote of a higher price from a professional design house. Who do you choose? The first instinct is to always assume the lower price is a better choice. This article will discuss why this isn't always true, and why "YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!...
     

    Web Site Development Process - The Life-cycle Steps

     
    A system development process can follow a number of standard or company specific frameworks, methodologies, modeling tools and languages. Software development life cycle normally comes with some standards which can fulfill the needs of any development team. Like software, web sites can also be developed with certain methods with some changes and additions with the existing software development process. Let us see the steps involve in any web site development. 1. Analysis: Once a customer is started discussing his requirements, the team gets into it, towards the preliminary requirement analysis....
     

    The Problem with Automated Accessibility Testing Tools

     
    An automated accessibility tool is a piece of software which can test a web page, or even an entire website, for accessibility. Automated accessibility tools are useful because they can save you a huge amount of time. Don't want to check images for alt text on each and every page on your website? Run the site through an automated tester and it'll do it all for you! Automated accessibility testing tools have been around for a long time and have historically been a useful way of checking websites for accessibility....
     

    Server Stats - Analyzing Traffic To Your Site

     
    Analyzing traffic to a site is a key factor in tweaking search engine optimization and marketing campaigns. Determining how people get to your site is critical. Surprisingly, few sites take advantage of the data available on their servers. Server Logs The second tool, a traffic analysis program, is pretty standard for most hosting companies, but you may have to ask them to turn it on. The programs analyze the raw data from your server and convert it into fascinating charts, diagrams and statistics....
     

    The Web: Your Window of Opportunity

     
    Thinking about starting up a business? The web is the way to go. Look around! More and more, people are relying on the internet as an information resource, a way to foster personal relationships, and method of purchasing goods and services. What would you think if you received a business inquiry from an unfamiliar company, and you looked them up on the internet to find they had no website? They'd seem a little behind the times, wouldn't they? They might even come across as slightly unprofessional....
     

    Ecommerce for Beginners

     
    Like most average persons, I wanted some extra money to supplement my regular income. I had considered a part time second job at times, but hated that option because it would take me away from the family, make me more tired and probably just pay minimum wage. I also wanted to be able to work from home. I had surfed the internet for years and had often considered the idea of participating in the internet revolution. I had read some statistics on the use of internet and the increasing numbers of homes with computers and the increasing percentage of Christmas shopping done over the internet....
     
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