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Building a Website - Do You Need a Site Plan?

What is a "site plan"? Well it is more commonly called a "site map" and it is exactly what it says. In the "old" days, when building a larger website, web developers produced a site map. The site map was the blue print for the website. It spelled out what pages would be created, where they would be placed and what would be on them. The site map helped the developer and the client have a meeting of the minds. The site plan helped the client to understand what they would be getting and helped th...

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Dave Larson 3/4/2011 9:17:00 AM Comments(0)

What is a Blog? Why is a Blog Important?

First I believe a definition is in order: Blog – a blend of the terms “web” and “log”, are literally online diaries with articles, writings, photos, web links or other entries made by the blogs' creators, or "bloggers. Whether it is personal or specific to an industry, a blog allows a person to post their opinions about any subject they want and can even allow readers to post comments back. Now - why it is important?…part of the ongoing challenge of s...

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Mary Brautigan 2/4/2011 11:47:00 AM Comments(0)

New Year! New Website!

So what’s your New Years resolution? What will you change about the way you play, work, and live? One thing you should look at changing is the way you do business and the way you work with the internet. 2011 not only offers promise, but provides a proving ground for innovative strategies, brand new techniques and a plethora of new technologies both on and off the web. Companies all over the world and web are updating everything their web presence from content to design and marketing. It i...

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1/3/2011 12:14:00 PM Comments(0)

Utilizing a Content Managment System

Website development and design has come along way from having to hire someone that specialized in complicated programming to be able to build a website. And then once it was built you would have to pay them more money to make any kind of changes – even if it was just to correct a typo! Not only did that get expensive but it usually didn’t happen quickly. You were at their mercy – they would get to it when they got to it or you could pay a “rush” charge if you wan...

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Mary Brautigan 11/2/2010 10:14:00 AM Comments(0)

Search Engine Optimization Isn't a One Time Thing

Like all marketing initiatives, search engine optimization needs a strategy and more importantly commitment for the long haul. Just because you have a website doesn't mean you will automatically zoom to the top of the search results on the search engines. Even if you know you have a search engine friendly website - meaning it is programmed where the search engines can find their way through it, there are several other factors that play a roll in the search engine page rank game. Some of those ...

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Mary Brautigan 10/1/2010 3:22:00 PM Comments(0)