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The Importance of Links
 by: Janice Byer, CCVA, MVA

Link: {(noun) - lin[ng]k} 1 : a connecting structure: 2 : something analogous to a link of chain: as a : a connecting element or factor b : a unit in a communication system c : an identifier attached to an element (as an index term) in a system in order to indicate or permit connection with other similarly identified elements (as defined by Merriam-Webster Online - www.m-w.com) ... continue

The Next Marketing Tool: Design
 by: Kyle Neath

Design sells. It’s something that all of us know, but few of us consciously acknowledge. There is an age old adage that warns people not to “judge books by their cover.” In other words, we shouldn’t judge people or products by their appearance. But this isn’t true in America. We do judge books by their cover – in fact we spend billions of dollars on products that have prettier “covers.” ... continue

The Reality of Successful Web Site Today
 by: Alan Wasser

For a number of reasons, the analysis of customers' feedback is too often given little attention. Still, people who ignore research are as dangerous as generals who ignore decodes of enemy signals (c) David Ogilvy. It's an inexcusable omission for those, who strive for having a successful web site. ... continue

The Top 5 Roadblocks To Web Accessibility
 by: Karl Groves


Accessibility is often the last thing on a web designer's mind when creating a website. This is not a trait unique to newbies or people working on a personal page. It is also a trait common to professional web designers (large and small) and even multinational corporations. In fact, most web designers have no clue about what accessibility is. ... continue

The Top 10 Essential Ingredients of Every LINUX HOSTING Plan (Package)
 by: Teeyes Siva

Any website comprises the following – Domain name, Webspace, Webpages.

Lets say, You have got your Domain Name (www.yourdomain.com). Its time to check for a good hosting service provider to have your files uploaded in the domain. If you are opting for Linux Based Hosting Plan, make sure you have the following included in your plans ... continue

The Top 15 Essential Ingredients of Every WINDOWS HOSTING Plan (Package)
 by: Teeyes Siva

First things First. Why would you like to have Windows Based Hosting when there are Linux packages for cheaper rates ? The answer is – it depends on what application you are looking to use for your hosting. Consider the tools and scripting languages you plan to use – if you use PHP, Perl or MySQL, Linux is the way forward. If apps are Microsoft-specific, then Windows is what you need. Clear…? ... continue

The Top 20 Web Mistakes Small Businesses Make
 by: Karl Groves

My parents made a monster. Little did they know 30 years ago that they would get exactly what they wished for. Like W.W. Jacobs' tale of "The Monkey's Paw", they got what they wanted, for better and maybe even for worse. ... continue

The Topic Of Your Website
 by: Oleg Lazarenko

The first thing you will have to deal building your website has nothing to do with the web design itself, it's me related to content writing but it must be defined and will effect the rest of your actions. So first of all you need to decide what the topic of your future website is. Topic is very closely connected to another web design issue: keywords. The keywords you select will depend upon the topic you have chosen. When thinking about website topic ask yourself a few questions: What is the goal of the site you are making? What are you trying to achieve with your site. Specify a goal, preferably in one short sentence. ... continue

The ‘Website’ CHECKLIST : Domains, Hosting, Web Design
 by: Teeyes Siva

This article is meant to all who already have a website or who propose to buy it. Website – the term comprises three things : Domain, Hosting (Web space) & Web Design

There are numerous company offering these services. I am here to discuss few points with regards to top and essential things you need to have a thorough check when you get a WEBSITE thru one of these companies. ... continue

Tips For An Effective Website
 by: Steve Lillo

A successful website is something that everyone venturing into the new arena of Internet marketing and communications wants to have. Your website will often be a potential client’s first impression of you and your business. That being said, it is vitally important that your website represent you in a favorable manner. Your website is a component of your overall marketing strategy and should be reflective of your business and current marketing presentation. ... continue

Tips to Maintain your Website to Keep Visitors Coming Back
 by: Charles Nixon III

When you design a website you should create it so that your visitors are constantly coming back for more. In order for you to keep your visitors coming back you need to keep up with maintaining your website, and offering things that will keep your visitors busy. ... continue

Tips to Protect Your Downloads or Products
 by: Radhika Venkata

1. Upload robots.txt file in to your root directory and include the folder name where you set your downloads.

More information on how to set robots.txt: www.webmasters-central.com/wp/se/robotstxt.shtml. ... continue

Top 10 Web Design Mistakes
 by: Lisa Irby

As a webmaster, you want to keep your visitors content so they’ll come back again. Below you will find ten common mistakes made by webmasters that may deter people from returning. ... continue

Top Five Most Profitable Color Combinations Used In Cover Design!
 by: Ovi Dogar

"Two days ago, an old man stopped me on the street and asked me who my stylist is.

I was surprised at first by the situation. But after a couple of seconds, my answer was:

- ""I don’t have a stylist. I dress myself!""

That's when it occurred to me that there are many people that match their clothes colors in a bad way. And guess what: the same thing is happening with many e-book covers that are on the internet today. ... continue

Traditional businesses on the Internet
 by: Dirk Wessels

Have you ever thought of putting your business on the Internet, but simply not known where to start or you're not sure whether the Internet is really meant for your business? ... continue

Tracking Google and Googlebot Using PHP
by Mitch Keeler

No one alive can deny the force of Google and how powerful it has become in the Web design and Web hosting business. Many people work for hours and hours, days and days to make sure the Web site they have is ready for Google and it's Googlebot whenever it might come for a visit. ... continue

Transforming A Site From Good To Excellent
 by: Richard Lowe, Jr.

One of the challenges of moving a web site up from good to excellent is transforming it from just a bunch of web pages and graphics to an interactive experience. Another term for this is community - a place where people can come to communicate with others. The very best web sites have mastered this transformation, thus attracting return visitors again and again. ... continue

Tried and Tested Tips to Improve your Website - Part 1
 by: Sushanth B

1. DO NOT use excessive graphics or banner images on a single web page. They tend to slow the loading of your Web page. Impatient surfers might close their browser and move on. If you have many images on a single page, consider deleting few of them or moving them to a new page. ... continue

Unlimited Wealth Creation Through Reseller Hosting
 by: Ninad Gupte

Web hosting can be an exciting business start up for aspiring entrepreneurs. All you have to do to set up your business is become a hosting reseller, i.e., provide hosting facilities to website owners. Here as a business owner, you are buying space from a big hosting company, and redistributing the hosting space to other website owners. continue

Using Google AdWords to Increase your Adsense Profits
 by: John Gall

I had been using Google's Adsense program to generate some revenue from my various web sites. Prior to Adsense, I was never previously paid to run these and did so for a hobby. Overall I was pleased with the income I was generating. The only drawback was that I was always looking for ways to get people to my sites. I enjoyed working to bring in more visitors but felt that if I looked at my earnings vs. the hours I worked, the economics weren't making sense. ... continue

Using "Title Tags" With Your Web Links & Images
 by: Martin Lemieux

Using "Title Tags" for your web links & images is an arsenal many companies fail to utilize when planning out their web site optimization.

These tags will help search engines to navigate through your information. In the last topic we talked about Meta Tags within your web site source code. We also discussed how important it is to use the same words in your content that you included within your meta tags. ... continue

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