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Articles on Web Design, Web Development Tutorials

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5 Link Building Activities You'd Be Better Off Without and What to Do Instead
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
Here are 5 link building activities you'd be better off without and some ideas for what you can do instead to actually help your SEO.
How Do You Measure the Success of Your SEO Efforts?
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
ROI is the magic term for any marketing initiative, including SEO. How do you know if your SEO is working in the first place? And how do you measure how well it's working?
SEO Keyword Research Mistakes
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
Here are 4 common SEO keyword research mistakes that could end up hurting your SEO.
Why Rank Doesn't Matter for SEO
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
Focusing all your efforts on ranking well means you're pigeonholing your SEO and could end up doing a disservice to your site.
Don't Copy the SEO of Your Competition
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
While understanding your competitors and their SEO can help you better plan your own SEO strategy, blinding copying the activities of your competiton won't get you anywhere.
How a 301 Redirect Can Save Your SEO
by Nick Stamoulis, President and Founder, Brick Marketing
When you delete a page from your website, don't let the inbound links pointing towards it go to waste.
Writing Title Tags and Meta Descriptions
by Ken Wisnefski, Webimax.com
Both are found on the search engine results page and aid the engines and potential customers in identifying Web pages with particular keywords and phrases.
Make Your Customers Love Your Web site
by Ken Wisnefski, President, VendorSeek.com
Are you thinking about hiring a Web site design service, or have built a site in-house but do not get any visits? Web design is more than a matter of combining graphics and words.
Make Your Website Sell
by Debra Murphy, Masterful Marketing
You should use a clear call to action on every page of your web site and interspersed in the copy. Don't leave the path to a sale up to the visitor
How to Navigate Browsers to your Landing Page
by Ken Wisnefski, President, VendorSeek.com
How successful are your landing pages? The landing page is where you are making your money off goods and services.
What makes a successful website?
by Jim Schakenbach, Managing Partner, SCT Group, Inc.
Without content there is no website and any good site developer will tell you developing and maintaining informative, compelling, and valuable content can be one of the hardest parts of creating a website.
Use Video to Enhance your Web site and Business
by Ken Wisnefski, President, VendorSeek.com
How are you catching the attention of consumers? Content is king on the Web, but content can come in many forms.
Building a Resource Center to Gain Acclaim
by Ken Wisnefski, President, VendorSeek.com
What are you offering your customers along with your goods/services? Consumers appreciate information they can gather about the goods and services they intend to purchase.
Getting the Most Out of Your Web Site
by Jim Schakenbach, Managing Partner, SCT Group, Inc.
The answer is both simple and difficult
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by Jim Schakenbach, Managing Partner, SCT Group, Inc.
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Is Your Website Helping Prospects Move Forward?
by M. H. "Mac" McIntosh, President, Mac McIntosh Incorporated
Is your website helping prospects move forward in their consideration and buying process? Here
How to get more information from website visitors
by M. H. "Mac" McIntosh, President, Mac McIntosh Incorporated
There are two approaches worth considering if you want more than a minimum of  information from your website visitors.
10 Fundamentals for Improving Website Performance
by Greg Marta, V.P. Sales, Kurani Multimedia
If you're involved or in any way responsible for your corporate website chances are you're starting to hear clamor about actually producing results. Long gone are the days when you can put your website up and just be glad that it's there. Your competition is hungry and actively seeking new and innovative ways to beat you and you've sunk too much money in it over the past several years just to be content that it's there and it looks nice enough.
The 3Cs of Critical Web Use: Collect, Compare, Choose
by Jakob Nielson, Ph.D.
The three Cs, collect, compare, and choose, describe most of the Web's critical use. As a result, we should make sure to include test tasks that address these issues when we plan usability studies of websites.
Doing What Matters On The Home Page
by Jim Sterne, Target Marketing of Santa Barbara
Designing a fabulous home page is incredibly simple. So how come hardly anybody does it well?
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