Where Is The Best Place To Host My Website?

Source: Shutterstock Every website owner understands the importance of good hosting services. The hosting company you choose will determine so many things about the performance of your website and the experience you and your website visitors will get using the site. With so many web hosting companies around, it is more difficult for website owners

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Should I Pay Someone To Build My Website?

Source: Pexels Thanks to website builders and relevant tools and plugins, building a website has become very easy. Time has changed so much from the days when building a website almost always required hiring a professional developer. These days most people build their websites on their own. While there are many platforms and tools that

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How Do I Purchase a Domain Name?

  Do you want to own a website? Then you definitely need to purchase a domain name. It doesn’t matter whether you want to start an online business or just a blog; a domain name is necessary to run any kind of website. For first-timers, registering a domain name may seem like a daunting task.

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How Can I Make A Website?

  About a decade ago, creating a website was a big deal. It was a task reserved for developers who understand coding in and out. With lots of technological advancements, creating a website has become an easy task that can be completed by anyone who understands how to operate a computer and is willing to

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The Ultimate Website Reports Web Developers Should Have on Hand.

The Ultimate Source for Website Reports

There are a myriad of helpful reports available which will help you know how to improve your business website. However, there are some that we think stand out from the rest. And so… we offer you our top top 10 list. External Website links to the top 10 website reports: Google Analytics Website SEO Audit

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Double Log-in Forms

I had an interesting idea about Double Log-in Forms. The authentication logic could require one or more failed log-ins using a specific chain of, possibly simpler, passwords. For instance, entering the password “abc123” would appear to fail, but would be required by the authentication logic. A subsequent correct password, such as “xyz321”, would then allow

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The Phonebook versus Google

The Phone Book vs. Google

The use of websites has dramatically changed over the course of the last five, even ten years. More consumers are turning to the internet to look up simple business questions. The phone book is a thing of the past.

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Article Marketing - Driving Traffic to Your Site

How Article Marketing Drives Traffic to Your Site

There’s an easy, free way to drive traffic to your website, and more and more experts are asserting that it has a greater ROI than even PPC, or pay per click, advertising.

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