Monthly Archives: November 2006

How wide is your web site? How wide should it be?

This question comes up time to time from customers, and it also comes up in our office when we are training a new developer or when we are beginning a new web site. Years ago, it would have been downright … Continue reading

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Holiday ECards in Flash

We recently completed a holiday ECard for Wesley College, and this went out to their faculty, students, and families of students. These can be built in a very short time, and are inexpensive to produce. It sure beats paying the … Continue reading

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Our New Application Developers Rock!

I am soooo happy right now with our new application development team. It took a lot of work to get through the summer and staff it up, but we are so much better than we were just a year ago. … Continue reading

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SEO Tip – Using Error Pages and the Robots.txt file

A customer called me today and asked this question: “why is my error page in my web site my consistently #1 ranked page in my web site?”. This is a great question. Before I answer it, I should point out … Continue reading

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It’s finally time – I’m now selling Search Engine Optimization (SEO) services

Traditional SEO work involves tweaking a web site’s code so that Google ranks the site higher in the free organic ranking area of search results. So far I have not been impressed with the companies that do this work full-time … Continue reading

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Back from ISPCon Fall – Just got caught up

ISPCon was great last week in Santa Clara, and it was nice to see some familiar faces like Peter from Rad-Info, Jack Brandt from, Jon Price, and many others in the CEO session. I also made some new friends. … Continue reading

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One of the best CSS sites out there

Any decent web designer knows what CSS is. But most have a hard time really adopting it. I think this is due to a few reasons.

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