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Website Design: What Not To Do

Website Design

When is comes to designing your website, there’s a lot you can do right and even more you can do wrong. Bad website design has been the butt of internet humor for many, many years. However, there’s a lot you can learn from other people’s mistakes and that’s the goal of the video below where […]

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Website Design Basics

Website Design

How can you make your website as attractive and inviting as possible? How can you make your website as easy-to-use as possible? How can you funnel the visitors who come to your site to the spots you want them to see and to take the actions you want them to take? “Good Website Design” is […]

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SEO Basics

SEO

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is the practice of making your site “friendly” to search engines. There are really two aspects to SEO, one basic and one much more deep. At the basic level, SEO consists of using “Metadata” (data that tells you something about your content) such as keywords, descriptions and more. Doing this has […]

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Blogging Best Practices

Blogging

It seems as if anyone and everyone has a blog these days and, if you don’t, you’re probably tired of hearing everyone tell you that you should. Well, I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that, yes, you should have a blog. Nothing brings traffic to your site in larger numbers […]

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Online Solutions for Building an E-Commerce Site

Website Building

You’ve got a lot to sell. Many products. Many variations. A regular website won’t cut it; neither will a blog. You need a storefront. Storefronts are website solutions that focus on e-commerce. They offer robust functionality such as the ability to manage inventory, support multiple product variations, offer special sale prices, handle returns and refunds […]

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Online Solutions for Building a Blog

Website Building

These days, telling the difference between a general website and a blog can be pretty hard. That’s because the online blogging solutions have grown much more robust over the years and can now handle many of the things your run-of-the-mill site can like static pages (such as an “About” page) and even e-commerce. But the […]

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