Website Design Options

2DoWebsWhen you’re creating a website there are a number of decisions to make. In addition to your budget and the creation process, there are features and functions to weight. There are so many fantastic technologies and options that the process can feel overwhelming!

#1 What’s the purpose of your website?

This is perhaps your single most important consideration. When you know your website’s purpose there are some design options that just make sense. For example, if you’re going to be an affiliate marketer and your website’s purpose is strictly to provide information, then you’ll likely want a CMS or a theme-based website. Know your site’s purpose first! Then you can weight your options.

On the other hand, if you’re building an e-commerce site you will want a shopping cart solution and a product catalog full of product photos and descriptions. [Read more…]

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How Web 2.0 and Social Networking Go Hand in Hand

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It sounds like a new type of software for the computer. Web 2.0 has become the buzz word of the moment. Even as popular as the term, there are many people who want to know exactly what Web 2.0 really is. If you’re one of them, read on to find out.

The phrase was coined by a man named Tim O’Reilly at a conference. It seemed to take off and morph into a new idea for the advancement of social networking sites on the Internet. So, Web 2.0 is actually a type of platform that supports and brings more to these social networking sites. [Read more…]

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Christian Blogging for Business


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Blogging is an important tool for any business these days.  Blogging has taken the world by storm and has truly proved to be a smart business tool to help grow your business and help you to connect with your target market as well.

As a Christian business owner you should embrace the opportunity to connect with your prospective and current customers.  Many times a personal connection can be just the trick to convert a potential customer into a current customer and blogging can give you that advantage over others.

A blog is easy to set up and to use.  It can integrate with your current website to give you a place to communicate and connect with those who visit your website. Or you can create a new website using a blog platform.  You can make the blog as personal or as professional as you want.  But remember part of blogging is the opportunity to connect and if you’re all about business then you most likely won’t establish much of a connection. [Read more…]

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