How to Register a Domain Name

How to Register a Domain Name

Once you’ve come up with the perfect domain name, you should register it as soon as possible. Sneaky “squatters” or random interested parties could snap the name up first and you don’t want to be kicking yourself later.

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5 Ways to Get Content and Bring Traffic to Your Website

5 Ways to Get Content and Bring Traffic to Your Website

You know the old adage that applies to real estate: location, location, location? Well, when it comes to websites the money-making rule is: content, content, content.

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How to Make Google Like You

How to Make Google Like You

When successful webmasters, developers, or business owners brag about how high their site ranks, they’re usually talking about Google. While having your website appear on the first page of results in Yahoo!, Bing, Ask, AOL and other search engines is nothing to scoff at, the fact is that Google is the measure by which webmasters and SEO experts gauge

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My Power Cord Blew Up

My Power Cord BLEW UP

Feverishly programming 10 websites at once in Starbucks with coffee in hand, suddenly I heard a loud “POW”. From the corner of my eye, I saw a large spark and then flames shooting up the wall.

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5 Basic Steps in Getting a Website on the Internet

5 Basic Steps to Getting a Website on the Internet

The first thing you need before you can get your website up and running is a domain name. This may seem like an obvious first step. However, many customers mistakenly believe that they can make their site available to the public for the price of the domain name.

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What is Web Development?

What is Web Development?

Web Development is the general procedure involved in developing or creating websites for the Internet. More specifically, web development involves web site design, HTML markup and styling. Web development can also include server-side programming and client-side programming.

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Years in Review

Years in Review

A few days before Christmas, our office environment is typically humdrum with hardly a few phone calls and emails. As the 18th century poem Twas the Night Before Christmas goes, “Not a creature was stirring”, except for my programmers, who were clicking and scrolling and clacking mouse and keys, making beautiful things out of zeros and ones.

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