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Do’s and Don’ts of eCommerce Shop Design

There are dozens of different “rules” for eCommerce shop design, functionality and operation; the best way to find the important ones is to find where everything overlaps, and that’s where these guidelines come in. The best eCommerce sites aren’t just designed well, they run well, and this is how.   Do: Use Detailed Descriptions Customers […]


Where Oh Where is My Website Copy?

Website copy – you want it… you need it… but you never have enough of it. So how do you get more of what you need, and more importantly, how can you be sure it makes you look good? Hmmm, that can be a tough chore. Many bloggers and website entrepreneurs want to do their […]


The Amazing Benefits of a Professionally Designed Website

 This is a guest post… It seems like everywhere you look today on the internet, someone is offering you a pre-designed website. All you have to do is point and click to set it up by adding your company name and some content. You throw a few images into the predetermined places and Bingo, you […]


Quick Startup Tips for Your FIRST Business Website

This is a sponsored / guest post…  The internet now plays a huge role in everyday life. A web presence is therefore very essential for any business to succeed. If you are starting a new business and have never had a website before, you may be wondering how to go about the process of getting […]


Why I Choose the Genesis Framework by Studiopress to Build My Websites

I have worked on numerous WordPress websites for clients, using free, premium, and completely custom themes. After many trials and tribulations, I now almost exclusively use the Genesis Framework by StudioPress for website and blog development and here’s why: A ton of great child themes with customizable templates and layouts (but you can leave all […]


How to Identify and Control WordPress Comment SPAM

If you have a WordPress website, then chances are you have dealt with SPAM comments.  It is very frustrating having to spend time, every day,  moderating your comments to determine which ones are spam and which ones are legit.  And, unfortunately, as your site gets more popular – the more spam comments you will get. […]


{Website Design} The Good, the Bad, and the Profitable

In my last article, I told you about the Basics of Good Web Design which talks about what will bring people to your site and keep them there as well as what keeps them away. Today, I’ll go into more detail about what attracts people to YOU and what drives them to buy your product […]