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A.K.A. How to make your website naff!

Bad Website designThis post refers to business sites, whether they are ecommerce sites or simple niche web pages.

I was doing some research this week and in the process came across some terrible websites (from a business point of view).

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Back-links: Still a top factor in page ranking!

Backlinks – A few ideas

Get Good quality backlinksBack-links are still one of the top factors that affect search engine rankings (and therefore SERP’s) and also one of the best ways to get referral traffic.  There are many ways to get back-links, but not so many to get good, appropriate back-links.  Nowadays, more than ever before, it ‘does’ matter where the links to your site are originating.  This is a really important factor in acquiring ‘quality’ effective backlinks to your site.

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Free tools for any office or web business

Genuinely free internet and office based toolsFree programs, tools and applications are widely available all over the internet nowadays and these cover just about anything you might ever need to do in any internet or office based environment but you have to choose wisely.

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How to build a niche site

build a niche siteBuilding a niche site is not complicated as long as you set a plan, keep to a few simple rules and ‘know’ about the elements you’re going to work with.

If you know about the internet, websites and marketing, you’ll realise there are no secrets to building any site, however, if I had to name just two elements which will make any project work, it would be;  Motivation and Volume!

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How to open the element Inspector in Chrome

web inspector

Knowledge is relative and there is no person that knows everything!

Opening the web element inspector may seem basic knowledge if you already know about it but if you’ve never used it before or are new to computing and the web, it may not seem that simple. However, it really is this easy…

  1. Highlight the element of the webpage that you want to inspect.
  2. Right click on the mouse to open the context menu
  3. Click on ‘Inspect’

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