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  • What Hosting Companies Dont Tell You, Could Hurt You?

     
    Did you know that hosting companies overcrowd their servers despite all the issues caused by servers running hundreds of accounts? Are you aware of what happens if your website is hosted on a server that's overcrowded? You're probably thinking to yourself, "what do you mean overcrowd their servers?" Overcrowded servers mean big money for your hosting company, but also big problems for your website. Hosting companies are willing to sacrifice the success of your website in order to build their own profit....
     

    Growing Your Meetings In CyberSpace

     
    As increasing numbers of people search for information on the Internet, it becomes more imperative to have a compelling Website to promote and support your meetings. Here is my list of "The Seven Most Important Things You can do Online": 1. Identify all your Online Markets It's a common mistake to focus your attention on the obvious target audience for your meetings site - the potential attendees. But many other types of visitor may find your site, and it's important to consider whether they're important to you, how you want to engage them, and what outcomes you'd like to achieve with them....
     

    Learn What 98% of Targeted Visitors Do On Your Website

     
    Getting a Targeted Visitor to a website is a waste of time and money if you've got no idea what 98% of them do when they get there. I'm assuming that if you have a website selling products that your conversion rate is at least 2%. So you should know at least what 2 out of every 100 targeted visitors do and that's make a purchase. But do you know what they did before they made a purchase and if they'd have purchased sooner, if it were not for some issue they had with your website ? How much do you know about what 98 out of 100 or 98% of your targeted visitors are doing ?...
     

    Lead Generation How to -- 10 Tips On Generating More Internet Sales Leads

     
    Many millions of dollars are being wasted on promoting and sending traffic to ineffective lead generation websites. Here are my top 10 tips to make your site generate more leads for you and your company. 1. Keep it clean. 2.Make it quick. Studies have shown that the average surfer will give any site only 3 to 4 seconds before they formulate that all important first decision. Don't forget that first impressions last so you need to dispense with graphics that take too long to load, ensure that any necessary pictures are of a minimal file size (picture size is irrelevant here) and definitely do not have an all graphics site;...
     

    Live Support from Your Website? Can You Do It for Free?

     
    I'm a freelance programmer and somehow I managed to get clients, speak with them, and generate leads for years without a live help system. To be honest, I had put in bids for a "live" help system several times, and I wasn't aware there were free options out there. Well, early last week I went hunting for something that would be my help desk and give me live support. I had some pretty strict requirements because I am not always sitting in front of my computer. I needed it to work like my present contact system and have live help built right in....
     

    Flash Deadly Sins (That Can Kill Your Web Business)

     
    Looks like every client wants a Flash site these days but the reality is...as flashy as these sites may look, there are many negatives you may want to consider before delving into Flash. Deadly Sin One - Long Load Times This is the most obvious problem with most Flash sites. Flash files can get large in a hurry and if the page takes too long to load, your visitor will move on without even seeing your site. Ideally, you would want your Flash web page to load just as fast as a 'regular' page with text and images....
     

    FREE Amber Alert Tickers for Your Website

     
    Project Safekids provides webmasters a valuable tool which could save a child's life. Add our Amber Alert Ticker to your website today. Please visit Http://www. projectsafekids. org/code. html to get an Amber Alert Ticker for your website today. Our Amber Alert News feed displays information about abducted children as it happens. This auto updating content. You simply enter a few lines of html code into your web pages and that's it. If a tip comes from your site which leads to the arrest and conviction of a child abducter you are paid a reward....
     

    Autoresponders Make You Look Like A Pro

     
    People like to get immediate responses to requests. Autoresponders are great for letting people know you are on the job and that their requests are being taken care of. These are much better than thank you pages. Below is one example of how you can use an autoresponder to save time and make your customers feel a little more at ease until you can handle their request. Along with being an example it is also a guide to actually setting up the autoresponder in your mail account. For example a question that a client may have is "How does mail forwarding work?...
     

    How To Keep Your Website Sticky

     
    Developing a website with content that entices visitors to return over and over again is something that takes time and effort to put together. This checklist can give you a great start on creating a popular website that entices readers to hang around on your site. Readers love fresh, relevant, useful content. People surf the net to find solutions to everyday problems. If you can provide this kind of information, your readers will love your site and will tell their friends. We recommend you consider each point in the checklist and how it related specifically to your website....
     

    Web Accessibility: The Basics

     
    What is web accessibility & why is it important? Web accessibility is about making your website accessible to all Internet users (both disabled and non-disabled), regardless of what browsing technology they're using. In addition to complying with the law, an accessible website can reap huge benefits on to your website and your business. Your website must be able to function with all different browsing technologies * WebTV - 560px in width with horizontal scrolling not available * Screen reader - Page content read aloud in the order it appears in the HTML document * Handheld device - Very small screen with limited support for JavaScript and large images * Screen magnifier - As few as three to four words may be able to appear on the screen at any one time * Slow connection (below 56kb) - Users may turn off images to enable a faster download time * 1600px screen width - Very wide screen This basically means that to ensure your website is accessible to everyone you must provide alternatives to: * Images - in the form of ALT text * JavaScript - through the tag * Flash - with HTML equivalents * Audio & video - by using subtitles or written transcripts There are two good ways you can check your website is accessible for all these: * Download the Opera browser and read this article on checking web accessibility with Opera (http://www....
     
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