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3 Ways to Kill Comment Spam

If you’ve got a blog, I’m sure you’ve seen comment spam – barely literate gibberish that adds nothing interesting to your blog post conversation and is only used by unethical m

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How to Set Up a Blog

You know you need a blog, and you’re ready to commit to it, so now what? Well, the simplest thing to do is to get your web developer to get it all set up for you, but what if you don’t have a trustwo

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How to Get the Right Website Design for YOUR Business

When you are setting out to build a new website for your business, it’s important to consider both who your target market is, and what information, products, and services you will be offering. Who

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2 Copywriting “Clarity Maps” Available for Free

Derek Franklin, one of my favorite people to follow online, has just released on his blog 2 free (don’t even need to share your email!), printable, “Clarity Maps”: One about crafting a USP, the other

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Luring Subscribers with a Giveaway

If you have an e-zine or autoresponder or other list to communicate with your prospects, you will need to entice your website visitors to sign up for it. (And if you don’t have a list, hurry up and s

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Adding Interactivity to Your Site

Interactivity is the essence of “web 2.0” technologies; a dialog taking place between the site owner and the site visitors, and among the site visitors. If appropriate, you might want to explore poss

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Using Video on Your Website

These days video online is hot – and with good reason. Video is compelling, and allows you to connect with your audience in a way that the written word and photographs can’t beat. Frequen

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How to Get the Most from Your Web Developer

Getting help for your business from any professional can be fraught with misunderstandings, problems, and frustration. Certainly dealing with technology providers is no different. There are some thin

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Overcoming Technophobia

A lot of people are afraid of technology. I don’t mean in the “HAL-the-computer-taking-over-the-world” sort of way, but a much more mundane sort of fear. Things that we don’t

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Counting Hits, Visitors, and Page Views – What Does it All Mean?

If you have a website or get to chatting with someone who has a website, it’s likely that at some point the question of “So, how many hits do you get?” will come up. The answer is s

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