5Aug2016Generating More Business with Widgets
Some people don’t realise that they interact with widgets every day. One of the most common places widgets appear is right on our smart phones and they are incredibly useful. So if they’re useful on a phone, could they be useful on a website for business?
19Jul2016Building Trust and Credibility with Testimonials
Why do you choose to buy products or services from certain businesses? It’s because you’ve built trust with them from different sources. We don’t just randomly pick a business by “Eenie Meenie Miney Mo” (OK maybe sometimes), but majority of the time we build a relationship with them through the information we receive from friends, family, social media, ads, or their website. Testimonials and other people’s experiences are the main force behind us trusting a business.
3Jun2016How to Find Relevant Popular Topics for Your Blog
Have you recently started a blog and are struggling to think of topics for it? Have you had a blog for a while that was going well but now you’re stuck with writer’s block or run out of inspiration? I know how you feel; the same thing has happened to me. Which is why I have done the research and written a simple and easy guide on where you can find great topics for your blog.
5Jul2012Creating a form to email submissions
Steps to create a form that when a visitor fills in and submits the results, the results are emailed to one or more recipients.
8Mar2011Add a YouTube Video to your Web Pages
Adding a YouTube video to your web page can be beneficial by saving you the cost of hosting that video and by drawing additional traffic to your website that self-hosted video could not do.
8Mar2011Add a Facebook Like Button to your Web Pages
The Like button lets a visitor to your site share your content with their friends on Facebook. When the visitor clicks the Like button on your site, a story appears in the visitor's friends' News Feed with a link back to your website.
25Nov2010Guide to Website Content
Website content is all the written text you see on each page of a website. This information serves two main purposes.
The first is to educate the user about the website they are viewing, as well as to inform then of the products and services available to them.
The second purpose is to provide text and paragraphs with substantial keywords that relate to your business product or services so that search engine crawlers can look for the user keywords when crawling your website.
24Nov2010Guide to Copywriting
Copywriting is all the text you see written on websites, marketing brochures, letters and any other product. The use of copy varies from general information about products and services to attention grabbing advertising sales campaigns.
Basically, a copywriter is someone who is trained to write passages of text in a specific way that is designed to effectively communicate, captivate, educate, sell to or advise the reader about the product or service they are using.
1Oct2010Guide to Email Accounts
At home or the office - There are a few different email receiver programs you can have set up on your computer to receive emails. The most common one is MS Outlook, and Outlook Express, where you can customise it to receive any personal emails as well as business email accounts. Most new computers and MS office programs come with the software for free.
1Sep2010Guide to Website Hosting
Like with any product you buy, web hosting is no different. Choosing a good, reliable host with great features and support, is essential to your online business. Unfortunately, you can’t always tell a good thing just from the packaging. Choosing your web host is like choosing a business partner, the right relationship will grow your business, and the wrong one will crash it.