Category Archives for Creating A Website

Deleting The Admin Account On WordPress

Alert! If you have an admin account on your wordpress site, you need to delete it NOW. Maybe you have a wordpress installation that was set up some time ago. Whether you built your site or had somebody build your website for you, it’s not important. What is important is that you eliminate the vulnerability […]

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How to Get Ready to Buy Customers Instead of Price Shoppers

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If you want high value ready to buy customers and you’re tired of getting price shoppers, you need to change the way you approach your market. It’s fine to target classic keywords based on your product/service or industry. Just realize that everybody in your industry (not just your area) is competing for those same keywords. […]

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Quick Fixes To Transform Your Website and Force it to Convert into Extra Sales

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Why is it that some websites consistently bring in sales, day in and day out, 365 days a year, while others just sit there, lost in cyberspace and not earning a single penny? It can be very frustrating for the business owner of a non performing website, particularly if their site has cost them a […]

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Is Your Website User Hostile?

You always like to think that your website, email messages, text messages, or other online marketing is “user friendly.” But have you gone through your process? That’s all well and good that it’s intuitive to you, you designed it. Have you had others test it out? This is a lesson I thought might be helpful […]

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Traffic, Capture, Or Convert; Which Comes First?

I got an email today that said “The most valuable skill a new entrepreneur can learn is how to drive traffic.” That statement by itself might have been a start in convincing me it wasn’t just hype. The next bold statement confirmed my suspicions. Traffic, Capture, Or Convert; Which Comes First?

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Dynamic Website vs A Static Website; Why You Want To Be Dynamic

A static website was not a fad, it has just become antiquated. Yes it was the edge you needed over the competition when the internet was wide open, new, and nobody had a website. Now static sites are just clutter in the search results.   Static sites give the reader only basic information. People who […]

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5 Scary Website Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Don’t Make Your Customers Run For The Hills   Great news….somebody has visited your website.  Hurray!  Perhaps they might buy your product or decide to use your services…but wait…oh NO!  They are leaving again. “What?” you cry, “They only stayed for 5 seconds”.   Yes, they stayed long enough to be appalled by your website […]

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Traffic Taco Dog

There was a commercial for taco bell in the ’90’s that had a chihuahua trying to capture Godzilla. That’s kind of like how businesses are with Internet traffic. Except it’s good that Internet traffic won’t stomp you flat like a bug. It just squirts through your grasp like water though. But think, What will you […]

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What Is Web 2.0 And Why Should Business Care?

I referred to web 2.0 in a post in a way that may mislead people into thinking it has a different meaning. It was an off handed remark on web 2.0 sounding domain names. Clients ask for something that sounds web 2.0 with the idea that the term means fresh or what’s now. That’s not […]

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What’s A Domain Extension And How Do I Choose One?

This has turned into quite the series. The last two installments “What’s In A (Domain) Name? More Than You Might Think” and “The Exceptions To The Rules When Naming A Domain” answered the question of how to pick a domain name. The answer would not be complete without addressing the domain extension. You can learn […]

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