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(Local) Branding, focussing on making a memorable online brand, where your content is linked to your trade name and hopefully quality. Gain confidence, don’t fill your pages with marketing talk or try to manipulate social media. Social media requires honesty. Don’t write for SEO, write a good story or article. Most of your users will know and appreciate the difference. Be clear, accessible. Create link-worthy unique content. Unique content is very important. You have E-commerce shops drowning in SEO tasks, making links and fighting the competition, when what they actually need is......

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E-Commerce is the booming business of buying and selling goods and services online then processing the payments via the web. The Internet offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to conduct business on a global level, a feat that is not easily within reach for startups. With millions of businesses going online each year, consumers have become savvy and selective about the websites they chose to conduct business with. The following is a series of industry best practices that will set your online business apart from the competition and increase your chance of running a......

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Customize your Color How to choose the right colors for your site Color ought to be at the forefront of your designer’s mind, and as the client, you need to be prepared to provide samples of your corporate colors, logos or branding. If a logo is yet to be designed and is included as part of your web development project, then discuss with your designer the colors you intend to use. Carefully consider the effect your color choices will have on the readability of the webpage and also the subconscious impact color......

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Many businesses feel that having a website online is enough, and think they can get away with creating a simple site with some type of free website builder.  The truth is the design of your website is more important than you might initially think. Take your own search and viewing habits and recount all the times a design or poor load speed made you exit quickly and go back to the search results for something better. You don’t want that to be your visitors. Rochester Minnesota is a highly competitive city and......

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Just like with any site you wish to succeed you have a plan, so do not treat your blog any differently. There are several objectives that should be part of your blog marketing plan.   Your target audience defined: It is important that you know your desired market. It also helps everyone working on your website to keep everything aligned to the brand so that your market gets the same message even with different Internet marketing efforts. You can go the extra mile and include a detailed profile of your target market.......

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When designing a client’s website you must avoid the error of designing in a way that is inaccessible to search engines. An overreliance on graphics is the most common way of rendering your site invisible to Google or Bing.The majority of search engine robots can’t read text that is implanted in jpegs, gifs, and flash. We could talk forever and will get more in depth soon, but every web designers checklist should include the following: 1. CSS – Use it where possible and avoid having search engine worth text placed in graphics.......

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These days, several websites provide reputation management services for other entities, such as businesses, organizations, institutions, and individuals. These service providers monitor their clients’ actions and other entities’ reactions about those actions; provide extensive reports on the previous actions and responses; and react to those reports, as to generate desired feedback loops. Internet users generally don’t have much time for the traditional, time-wasting background checks when planning to purchase goods and/or services from websites. They simply search with Google or any other search engine of their choice. And if any embarrassing, unresolved......

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Almost every website undergoes some form of a facelift at some point in their lifetime. So, if you own a website, whether it’s a personal or business website, it will need to be redesigned at some point in its life-cycle. Maybe, you’ve moved from one niche to another, or you may simply want to redesign your website for aesthetic reasons. Whatever, redesigning a website can a major undertaking, if you take your online presence seriously. So, Rochester Web Design MN have compiled some tips on the factors you have to bear in......

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When a website is designed, the main navigation is usually placed at the top of the website’s homepage. And why shouldn’t it? That’s the first place where visitors look. It’s where you want to give them access to your interiors pages, so they can learn more about your company’s products or services. And this main navigation will most likely include a drop-down menu or animation, in order to create a visually appealing way of traversing through the site. The main issue with creating a top navigation that is strong in the visuals......

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I am continually amazed at how valuable user testing can be. I am also amazed at how hard it can be to convince people to take the time to do that. The benefits far, far outweigh the costs. We just wrapped up a round of user testing for an intranet site we’re working on. We spoke with eight employees of our client, using a set of about 20 paper print-outs of wire-frames. The process cost us a few days out of our schedule, but it will be the difference between a site......

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