Your Webmaster should be optimizing your site to get the attention of search engines but that doesn’t mean you can just sit back and wait for customers to break down your virtual door. If you want to make an impact you need to work the program too. There are several things you can do to help the visibility of your Web site and drive customers and potential customer to it. . . . → Read More: SEO – What YOU Can Do
Don’t put your organization online without some basic testing. These 5 items can keep users on your site. . . . → Read More: Before You Launch Your New Web Site Do These 5 Things
What do you find annoying about Web sites you visit? And what makes you LEAVE a site? . . . → Read More: What Annoys You?
Your Web Developer should optimize your site for the Search Engines. But in addition to the Search Engine Optimization (SEO) that your Developer does, there are also things you can and should do, to help the visibility of your site. . . . → Read More: Help Make Your Web Site Search Engine Friendly
Many things can take a Web site from good to great. Your Designer & Producer should provide these things for you and your site to make it its best. . . . → Read More: The Makings of a Great Web Site
Write Long, Wide Pages with Chronic Scrolling
Small frames or windows that can’t be resized will force your users to endlessly scroll down in order to view the content on the page. Even worse is placing content so that visitors must scroll left and right to view.
Disable the right click mouse button
Your users can access the same . . . → Read More: Easy Ways to Annoy Your Web Site Users
The art of selecting a Domain Name can be trickier than you may imagine. Your Domain Name is your address and thus the window to your Web site. Getting the right name can even help your search engine rankings. Here’s a few tips to use when you’re searching for a great name. . . . → Read More: Selecting a Domain Name
There are 4 basic parts to starting a Web Site: Domain Name, Hosting, Design & Development, and Maintenance. . . . → Read More: Anatomy a Web Site
Following Web Standards can make it easier for search engines to find your site, allow more cost effective site modifications, and reach a greater audience. . . . → Read More: Web Standards