Category Archives: Web Design

Web 2.0 to Web 3.0!

As you all aware with the familiar word “Web 2.0”, coming to the point, many have a little idea on what actually comprises Web 2.0? am I right? Before they digest the same, a talk on Web 3.0 is ON.  

RSS 2.0 Specification

Archivist’s Note: This is version 2.0.11 of the RSS 2.0 specification, published by the RSS Advisory Board on March 30, 2009. The current version of the RSS spec will always be available at this link, all changes have been logged

How to email with your customer

The subject line is the most important piece of information in an e-mail message. It’s the first and only hint as to what your message is about—unlike a letter, where the body is in full view. There are people who

Helping Your Customers Find You

Business owners have a hunter’s mentality. They need it to pursue and capture enough new business to successfully compete in this challenging environment. They spend thousands (dollars and hours) attending trade shows, conferences, seminars, and networking events with the primary

Easy Internet Marketing for Small Businesses

The internet can serve as a great leveler between big businesses and small companies. Internet marketing does not have to cost a fortune and done correctly and consistently a small concern can get itself noticed online as easily as a

Attract New Clients and Get More Customers with Online Marketing Tactics

Want to know how to get more customers, without shelling out big money for a focus group or marketing campaign? Many small business owners only need a small percentage of new customers every month to go from a net loss

Online Marketing Information Sources

Online marketing is one of the most dynamic forms of advertising in history. In the space of less than two decades, it has evolved and grown into a multibillion-dollar industry. It started with basic images and messaging and has morphed

Generating Content for a Customer-Focused Website

When you’re gathering information for the new website for your business—or when you’re planning content updates to keep your current site fresh and appealing—it’s important to focus on the needs and expectations of your customers to make their website visit

How to Building a User-Friendly Website

Building your company’s website is only half the battle. The other half is actually attracting traffic and encouraging repeat visits to your site, whatever its purpose. You can spend as much money as you like on creating what you perceive