General Web Design
How To Reduce Web Hosting Bandwidth
You just received a higher than normal monthly bill on your credit card for web hosting.
Your hosting company explains that you exceeded your monthly minimum for "bandwidth usage"
and suggests reducing the size of your web site files. More ...
Building a Church Website
It is becoming increasingly important for many small organizations and groups to build
their online presence. This helps in getting their ideals, goals, and mission out to the
general public. Therefore at an increasing rate many of us with computer skills are asked
by organizations to put together a website. More ...
Preplanning Your Website, The Secret To Success
I've known several people who put together a website, and within a month or two had to do
major redesigns and rewriting of the copy. They wound up spending twice as much time as
was necessary just because they didn't preplan. More ...
Six Easy Ways to Increase your Adsense Revenue
How much revenue do you generate from Google Adsense? Recently there has been a lot of
discussion about people who earn over $10,000 a month just from Adsense. Furthermore,
there are rumors of a few individuals who earn over $1 million a year just from using
the power of Google advertisements. More ...
How to Build an Ecommerce Web Site
You've got a brilliant idea for selling products online that's been festering in your
mind for a long time. This means you need to build an ecommerce web site or online store
as others would call it, but have no idea what is involved and how much it is going to
cost you. More ...
Integrating Big Data Into Your Enterprise Analytics Systems
Big Data storage and Big Data analytics, while naturally related, are not identical. Technologies
associated with Big Data analytics tackle the problem of drawing meaningful information with three key characteristics. More ...
Web Design Terms Defined
Web design terms can be confusing for those venturing into the field for the first time. Here is a list of definitions for the most common web design terms. More ...
A Day in the Life of a UX (User Experience) Designer
User Experience design comes down to sticking to a process. And the best process that I've found for problem
solving is a process I learned way back in design school - it's called the I-D-E-A-T-E Design Loop. More ...
20 Easy Ways To Get People To Link To Your Web Site
It is easy to get link exchange partners when you have a website that is getting alot
of traffic. It's harder is getting a quality links to your site when you have little or traffic. More ...
Keys to Real Estate Sites - Ten "Must Haves" of Real Estate Sites
Web sites in real estate come in every shape and color. Some are very good at achieving
the intended goals and some aren't. Some of the best designed sites are not the best sites
either. Why? Because they don't result in the achievement of the intended goal and that is sales! More ...
Designing Professional Web Pages
If your Web site doesn't project a professional and polished image to your visitors,
your credibility and that of your products and services will suffer. Image is everything,
especially online where your competitor is only one mouse click away! More ...
What's Wrong With My Website?
I ask myself that question about once a month. My website looks fine to me, but what are
other people seeing? And what are the Search Engines seeing? Here's a checklist of ten
ways to keep your website at peak performance. More ...
The Ten Parts of a Business Website
Business owners experience headaches dealing with designers, while the latter too often
end up wanting to rip their hair out because of add-ons, or things they learn about their
clients after they've started the projects. Why? More ...