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Where Should You Host Your Video Content?

Article » By Susan Haynes On Jul 08, 2012 9:11:18 AM ,

One of the best ways to keep visitors on your website as long as possible is with video content. It’s much more likely that someone will sit through a three or four minute video than spend three or four minutes reading an article or blog post. Once you’ve created the video content you want to use, where should you host it?

Categories : Internet, Blogging | Tags : Website, Content, Video
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5 Reasons Why You Should Use a Paid Wordpress Site

Article » By Susan Haynes On Jun 07, 2012 2:44:33 AM ,

If you're an experienced webmaster or web developer, you might already know why a paid Wordpress installation is nearly always worth the money, but for the new internet marketer, it can seem like a waste of ten dollars (plus the cost of hosting) to actually build your own site from scratch.

Categories : Internet, Online Business, Blogging | Tags : cms, wordpress, blog
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The Best Ways to Promote Your Website on Facebook

Article » By Susan Haynes On May 27, 2012 12:48:12 AM ,

Facebook has become a significant part of the promotional strategies for many website owners. Because so many people use the social networking website every day, it can easily become the cornerstone of your promotional efforts. Here are a few of the best ways to promote your website on Facebook.

Categories : Online Business | Tags : Facebook, Advertising

For most blogs and websites to be successful, they need to do more than simply post articles and other content on a regular basis. To truly succeed, websites have to have a strong “user engagement,” which often means getting visitors to post their own thoughts and comments. Website comments not only let visitors talk to you or respond to what you posted, they also allow those visitors to talk to one another. The more time a user spends on your site, and the more conversations they have with others, the more likely it is that they’ll return to your site again.

Categories : Web Development | Tags : Facebook, Comments
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The Basics of Setting up an Autoresponder

Article » By Susan Haynes On May 03, 2012 12:20:36 AM ,

There are many different ways to market and promote to prospective customers, but one of the most effective is to build a list of email addresses of interested parties, then market directly to that list. A popular means of email marketing is using an autoresponder service. An autoresponder is an email or series of emails that is sent out to a prospective client or other interested individual as soon as they fill out a form on your website and provide you with their email address. Here are the basics of setting up an autoresponder.

Categories : Software, IT Services | Tags : Autoresponder, Email
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The Importance of Customizing Your WordPress Website

Article » By Susan Haynes On Apr 21, 2012 8:40:44 AM ,

WordPress is an incredibly powerful platform upon which you can build many different kinds of websites. Traditional blogs are supported, of course, but you can also use WordPress to easily create websites that don’t look like traditional blogs. Best of all, WordPress is available free of cost – as both a fully hosted service (at WordPress.com) as well as free software that can be downloaded for installation on your own web server (available at WordPress.org).

Categories : WordPress | Tags : Website, Customizing, WordPress Theme
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CMS Review: SilverStripe Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Apr 05, 2012 8:43:15 AM ,

SilverStripe is a rather interesting CMS (Content Management System) that varies from its competition in that it is designed specifically for individuals who edit web content. This specialized approach means it is not quite as flexible as some other CMS packages, but this focus makes what it does somewhat more cohesive. According to official SilverStripe website data, there are currently over 300,000 copies of the SilverStripe CMS and framework in circulation worldwide. Let's take a look at some of the details.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, SilverStripe
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CMS Review: TextPattern Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Apr 04, 2012 10:33:33 AM ,

Content management systems (or CMS for short) are software packages designed to streamline and ease content implementation on web sites. A CMS provides a simple interface allowing the administrator to easily add, change, and remove content without fiddling with complex code. Instead, this code is produced by the CMS, and all the administrator needs to see is the end result. TextPattern is one of the oldest and most well-known CMS packages available. Here, you will find details regarding how TextPattern compares to others available on the market today.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, TextPattern
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CMS Review: MODX Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Mar 29, 2012 1:13:13 AM ,

Web Content Management Systems, which are also commonly referred to as CMS programs, have grown to be very popular tools for the administrator and web master. If you have very little knowledge of programming languages and other markup languages that are needed to create or manage a website, you need to look for a powerful CMS system that will make designed and administering the website all the easier. With so many different CMS systems available to choose from, picking the right program can be an overwhelming and daunting task. MODX has been dedicated to revolutionizing the world of CMS with their long awaited CMS program. Read through this honest MODX CMS review and decide if you have finally found the right program that matches your needs and your budget.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, MODX
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CMS Review: Drupal Content Management System

Review » By Susan Haynes On Mar 25, 2012 9:07:56 AM ,

Drupal CMS software allows individuals and organizations to organize, manage, and publish web content using the latest technology. The useful software originated as an online message board in 1999, but viewer interest ignited participation from many contributors. The application elected to become open source software, and many software designers contribute their expertise to keep the software current with emerging trends and technology.

Categories : Web Development, CMS | Tags : cms, Drupal
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