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Don?t Put Your Slogan in the Title Tag - Optimize Your Web Pages

Don't just put your slogan in the title tag when you formulate the copy of your website. The formulation of the title tag is the most important single aspect when you fine-tune your website:

Converting Traffic into Sales

Making a successful online business can be a long and tiresome adventure. For most new online business's this can just lead to failure and a website that just isnt making sales despite a high number of visitors.

How a Custom Designed Website Can Help Your Business

Over the years, the internet has grown into a marvelous avenue to promote your business.

Browser Compatibility

Internet Explorer, created by microsoft has been the most popular web browser for many years. But the gap is shrinking with the release of Mozilla Firefox, by an open source community.

What Happened to My Website when I Deleted the Home Page by Mistake?

There is a widespread confusion among lots of new website designer concerning the home page.

Choose & Use the Best Colors

The Psychology of Color

Web Site Templates and Their Benefits

Unarguably, the most important part of your website is content. To draw in clients or customers, you need captivating content and search engines are blind to web design. They only see content. The images, structure and colors of your website go out the window when it comes to search engine placement, which we all know is the single best traffic generator. Your web design is really only a shell that makes your content look pretty. Don?t get me wrong, your site?s design can be very important. People are influenced by colors they see, and the quality of your design lends credibility to your brand-image.

Maximising Web Site Viewability - Browsers

With so many different configurations internet users have their computers set up with, it can be difficult to decide how web sites should be configured so that it is viewable in as many configurations as possible.

Maximising Web Site Viewability - Resolution

This is my second article on maximising web site viewability. Analysing screen resolution data.

Dos and Donts in Web Design - part 2 (content)

Do know your audience

What You Should Ask a Web Designer Before You Hire Him

You?ve thought about it and you?re ready to go. You?re ready to give your business an online presence. You want your own website. That?s great but unless you are doing it yourself, you would be shopping for a website designer. Some people would design their own websites but most people prefer to save themselves the time and money and hand the job over to the professionals.

A Landing Page is Not an Order Page (and why it matters)

To explain my point I need to first confuse the issue a bit (you?ll see why): While a landing page is not an order page, it can, and in many cases should, contain the order form.

Converting Print Advertising For Use On The Web - A How-To

Contrary to the beliefs of some, advertising for web and print are very different. Converting print ads for use on the web is very tricky. What has been very successful on paper may have no impact at all on the screen. When I am asked ?How do I convert my print ads to web?? my answer is simple: don?t! Web and print are so vastly different that I believe you should never build your web pages based on a print ad.

7 Benefits of HTML Validation

You may not bother with html validation or writing simple and clean code when designing your web site. Later you may find your site is slow loading, appears incorrectly in the main browsers and does not rank well for the major search engines.

Web Copy - What You Should Know First

Just what is web copy? Some people think that web copy is anything that is written on a web page. But that is "content" and it is decidedly different than web copy. Simply stated, web copy is the copy that is used to sell anything on a web page. So now you say, but that's "sales copy." And you would be partly correct, but traditional direct mail copy and web copy are two different animals.

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