Some Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

With over 80% consulting the internet before making a purchasing decision any serious business owner knows that if you are not on the internet you don't exist!


How do you get a .com website

If you try to do a "do it yourself website" you have to purchase the use of the name from an accredited domain registrar, like network solutions or go daddy. Second, you would have to have a space where your website is resident which this name will point to. This is called hosting. Once you have this set up, you would have to make sure your registrar has specified a DNS server to have the authoritative records for the site, which is mostly done thru the registrars servers. They usually look like or something close. This Domain Name Server will point the rest of the world to the site you are using, by linking the IP you are on to the site name. Outside of that, it's pretty much design. For something like this, I can't recommend highly enough that you contact a company, as website development and hosting is highly complex once you get past the basics.

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How to be number 1 on Google

Here are some methods of ranking well in Google, Yahoo!, and Bing. There are three major factors to influence your ranking in search engines:

1. The type of website

Your website should have a stand alone domain mane, like, not a sub domain like If possible it should descriptive of your product. For example, if you have a store to sale surfboards in Southbeach, a good name would be Your website should be a stand alone html website. It should not be generated by a database. Facebook is a good example here. Also it has its value for social networking your facebook page will never rank # 1 on Google. Google doesn't index databases the same way as html websites. most other cheep or free websites are generated the same way as Facebook pages, with the same results. It will never rank high on Google.

2. Relevant content and keywords

Google tries to return relevant search results for searches. The googlebot will go to your website and index the content. The point here is on "relevant". Your content should reflect what you want to achieve with your site. To stick with the example above, say you want to sale surfboards out of your store on Main Street in Southbeach. Your objective is to get more clients from your local area into your store. Make sure your keywords surfboards, Main Street and Southbeach appear multiple times, but not out of context on tour website. A good number is fife, not much more or less. Also, make sure to have the complete mailing address of your store on your site, localization is big with the search engines. It will also help customers to locate your store using there smart phones.

3. Get other websites to link to your site.

Backlinks seem to be less important than in the past but it helps. If you belong to a professional organisation, get on there member list with your web address. Advertise your products an your local add websites. Put links to your site on Facebook and Twitter. You can ask other website owners to put a link to your site to yours. If you follow this small business internet marketing tips you should be closed to be on page number 1 on Google

How to do website design

The most cohesive recourses you can find at There you can learn how to make a website. They offer free tutorials in all web development technologies. The best way to learn is to look at examples. At you can look at thousands of examples, experiment with the code, and see the result in your browser. At you will find references for pretty much all our topics.

What is most important when designing a website

Usability is important to create websites that your customers will want to return to. There are some simple steps you can take to create a site that is accessible and useful for your readers. When you open your page in a browser, what do you see? If you've created a usable website, you should see most what your customer is looking for. However, with most websites, usually what your customer is looking for only constitutes only about half or less of the main portion of the page. The rest is ads, confusing navigation, and graphics. Keep your pages clean and simple. Remove elements and see if your page needs them, if the page functions without them - take them out. Stick with a HTML version what is supported by all browsers. Don't exclude some of your visitors just to employ the latest technology. Access to the Internet may be getting faster, but that doesn't mean that Web pages should get bigger. In fact, Web usability studies continue to show that the speed a page downloads is very important. After 10 seconds, your customer has lost interest in your page, no matter how interested they were in the topic. Search engine friendliness: The best looking site is not of much use if no one can find you. See How to be # 1 on Google


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