Website Design How To Articles
Website Design and Marketing Help Articles
How to Target Online Shoppers to Your Store
The online version of a window shopper is one who surfs by your home page for a look but doesn't step in to actually look at everything your store has to offer. How do
get them to step in to your store and how do you keep them coming back once they have entered and looked around a bit?
How to do Online Marketing for Your Online Store
Advertising and marketing your online store these days can mean doing a lot of different things and trying a number of different methods. Some work better than others. Using online
directories that relate to your product or store is a good way to attract targeted traffic. There are a number of good ways to do this with little to no cost.
How To Attract Search Engine Spiders by Making Them Happy
Seems like kind of an odd question to most; but it shouldn't be if you're a small business owner trying to get your corner store on the search map or sell your
new clothing line from your website. You will want to know this information!
How to Advertise and Promote Your Small Business Website
How do you best advertise or promote your small business website? That is a huge question for any small business today. Being able to stand out from
your competition with your website and how you advertise it is increasingly hard and sometimes you need some fresh ideas. These help tips will both
affordable and effective at driving traffic.
How to Do Link Exchange to Promote Your Small Business Website
It has been said, "Build it, and submit it and they shall come." This is a common misconception. To have your website, especially a new one, indexed
by the search engines faster and more thoroughly it's a great idea to exchange links with some other websites. Plus it's free advertising.
What is a Meta Tag and How To Build One Properly
Meta Tags are what most all search engines look at in one form or another when they visit your website to determine how and in what order to list
your website in their search index. The Meta tags are located inside the head tag of your web page code, your visitors don't see all of them but
without them your website will get significantly fewer targeted visitors.