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Search Engine Optimization and Web Site Usability
 by: Kristy Meghreblian

Build a Web site and the people will come.

Ha! If it were only that easy! The Web is the one sales environment where the customer has total empowerment. They have all the resources (i.e., your competitors) just a mouse-click away. ... continue

Search Engine Optimization Tools
 by: Charles Nixon III

Well, I bet many of you have been trying to find tools to help you in optimizing your website for search engines. So I thought I would throw together an article with a list of really useful tools (and of course ill give you a link to their websites so you can download them to!) ... continue

Simple Steps to a Great Banner Ad
 by: Kelly Paal

Everyone is using them now and if you’re planning on creating your own banner ad then there are some things that you should know. ... continue

Simplify Your Web Site for Clarity and Ease of Use
 by: Edward Robirds

There are plenty of web sites out there in which basic elements of design are ignored. The viewer may experience overkill and frustration, instead of gently receiving the message or information. ... continue

Some Basic Tests To Check Your Website For Accessibility
 by: Trenton Moss

The Disability Discrimination Act says that websites must be made accessible to disabled people. So how can you check that your website is up to par? There are a number of basic tests you can make to address some of the main issues. Webcredible ( www.webcredible.co.uk ), a web accessibility and usability consultant, suggest a number of guidelines that provide a good start in increasing accessibility to your site visitors: ... continue

Some Useful Common Site Ideas
 by: Richard Lowe, Jr.

In my web surfing adventures, I've found a few site elements which make surfing easier and more enjoyable. There are no concrete, hard- and-fast rules to follow - these are just observations of some things which I virtually always look for in a site.

So without further ado, here is my list. ... continue

Superior to Dreamweaver?
 by: Adam Buhler

I've heard a lot of good comments regarding Macromedia's Dreamweaver site building tool.

Does anyone use Site Build It!?, It's a website building tool that includes hosting and allows you to research profitable keywords, run a search engine optimization test, build beautiful graphics, automatically and periodically submit each page individually to the search engines, and it handles everything for you. ... continue

Switching Web Host
 by: Matt Colyer

Moving a website is not as difficult as you may think because it really is easy. There are few steps to follow carefully. ... continue

Tapping Into The Visual Stimulus Of Your Web Site Visitors
 by: Dan J. Fry

"Oh, my eyes, my eyes! What an eye sore. Quick, click away! Click away!"

Suddenly I wake up in a cold sweat. What happened. Oh, then I realize: it was just a nightmare. ... continue

Ten Basic Steps For Building A Web Site That Works
 by: Lee Traupel

1. Assemble a web site development plan that is integrated with your overall marketing processes; the content should be consistent with offline materials, the graphics/images don't have to be identical with traditional media, but should be consistent with your overall branding, style guide, usage of colors etc. ... continue

TEN Tips For Your Web Site Home Page
 by: Radhika Venkata

1. Loading time:

  • try to be below 20kb

  • less number of images

  • specify height and width of images

  • Html with out errors

  • WYSIWYG editors load up your html code. so try using text editor part of your html editors instead of visual editor ... continue

Text Is King!
 by: James C. Micucci

Are you building your website? If so, STOP! Take a look at what you have done so far. How many images do you have? How much text do you have?

If your website has more images than text then you could be in trouble. Ask yourself these two questions ... continue

The Art of Website Optimization
 by: Serge Daudelin

They say "diamonds are a girl's best friend". Just like a flawless diamond in the making, a website demands significant attention to detail in order to stand up and deliver and captivate its target audience. ... continue

The Basics of Asking for a Reciprocal Link
 by: Serge Daudelin

Asking another webmaster for a reciprocal link is standard practice on the Internet. Webmasters have been asking other webmasters for reciprocal links since the beginnings of the Internet. The very nature of the web is linking websites to one another. It is of even higher importance, now that AltaVista and others have changed their ranking algorithms. ... continue

The Contrast And Similarities Between A Web Designer And Web Programmer
 by: Onaefe Edebi

The concept of web designing based on the nature and rapid growth of the Internet is nothing to boast of any more. This is because of the large number of web sites published to the Internet everyday, so as to showcase one’s presence and dominance on the World Wide Web. You may ask why this is so, well, the so simple answer is the rate at which technology is evolving. ... continue

The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) & Web Accessibility
 by: Trenton Moss

There's been widespread speculation about the new legislation being introduced under the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act), which will ensure that websites are accessible to blind and disabled users. Try to find specific information about it on the Internet and chances are you'll come up empty handed. ... continue

The DRC Blew It
 by: Trenton Moss

The DRC (Disability Rights Commission) recently announced the results of their year-long investigation into the accessibility of 1000 websites. The DRC's report (www.drc-gb.org/publicationsandreports/2.pdf) concluded that most websites are highly inaccessible, with over 81% not even meeting basic standards of accessibility. ... continue

The Five Rules Of Influential Web Writing
 by: Robert Warren

Building a professional reputation requires a campaign founded on your words: the positions you endorse, the motions you advocate, the accuracy of your vision. Writing for the Web can either establish your expert credibility or destroy it.

When your business requires powerful words online, follow these five rules for promoting the message that will serve you well in the digital world: ... continue

The Immutable Laws Of Effective Navigation - Part 1
 by: Jamie Kiley

The first immutable law of effective navigation: It's gotta be readily available.

Visitors should not have to hunt for your navigation or wonder where to find it. If you've done your job right, it will be right there when they are ready for it. ... continue

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