November 10, 2011

Website Planning and Design: Research Now, Reap Benefits Later

When designing an effective website, it’s important to gauge your site’s strengths and weaknesses prior to going live. Potential customers will quickly abandon a website that is not aesthetically pleasing, difficult to navigate, or full of links that don’t work; they’ll bounce right off your site in favor of more thoughtfully created sites – and […]

September 7, 2011

Web Content Style and Presentation: Achieving New Readership

Your website’s success relies upon a number of factors. High quality website content is indeed one of the factors that can help you to gain leverage in not only acquiring new readership, but also achieving links to your website. Your website content is your primary medium to “get the word out” and relatively attract web […]

May 9, 2011

Google Reminds Us – Build Quality Websites: Panda Update

It seems as though each week, I feel compelled to remind those in charge of managing and creating content on their company websites to focus on creating quality content.  Well, Google not only has reminded that this is of utmost importance to their search engine algorithms as well, but they have also submitted a helpful […]

December 21, 2010

U.S. Small Business Association Website is Now in Drupal

For those that are unfamiliar with the Small Business Association website, it is an extrememly helpful resource for all things related to runnning a small business in the U.S.  Everything from starting and managing your small business, to getting loans or grants, to getting answers on typical questions such as how to register your business. […]

December 2, 2010

Web Data Collection: Users to be able to opt out?

The washington post has announced that the FTC in discussion for implementing a new way in which users will be able to opt out of some of the current ways the web sites are collecting user’s data.  "Rather than submitting their names on a centrally maintained list, consumers would use a tool on their Web […]

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