A CMS, also known as a Content Management System, is a program or application which enables maintenance of a website without the need of any advanced knowledge. For large websites, this is a must. But for small and medium-sized websites, it may not always seem necessary.
In this article, we list and describe various types of content management systems, and what they can do for your website. Read Article Tags: content management system, maintenance, open source
Recently, after evaluating several websites, we noticed two common problems with their domain names.
In this article, we discuss what you should consider when selecting your domain name, and how to prevent competitors or opportunists from stealing your traffic, or worse. Read Article Tags: .com, keywords, TLD
Most website owners spend considerable time and money trying to generate traffic. After all, for the majority of websites, increased visitors translates directly into increased profits.
However, one thing that you might never consider is if you could have too much traffic. Read Article Tags: bandwidth, cache, databases, traffic generation
Earlier this morning, the self-purported “Biggest Search Engine on the Web” was launched by ex-Google employees. Boasting a large index and implying superiority to Google, expectations were high. Unfortunately, Cuil was unable to deliver on its promises and left a lot of disappointed users.
So, does Cuil have a future? Read Article Tags: Cuil, Google, search engines, SERPs
Cuil, a brand new search engine was launched today, by founders Tom Costello, Anna Patterson, and Russell Power. With their insider view on Google and and its page ranking algorithms, this trio believes that their search engine is better at providing relevant search results.
Should Google be worried? Read Article Tags: content, Cuil, Google, links, organic search, search engines, SERPs
While news reporters and commentators are still hesitant to call this a recession, we have all started to feel the pinch. From gas to food, prices have skyrocketed. So, like most people, you might be looking for ways to save money.
For website owners, it is not surprising then, if you wonder if a recession might hurt your site. Read Article Tags: affiliate advertising, pay per click, traffic generation
Web hosting generally comes in two flavors: Windows and Linux. And if you are new to the game, it is not evident which one should be chosen.
In this article, we highlight some key differences between the two types of hosting, and how your choice might affect the kinds of applications that you can build as well as your development costs. Read Article Tags: cheap web development, Linux, open source, Windows
For most of your visitors, your website will be their first point of contact with you or your business. As a result, it is important that your website makes a good first impression. And you can do this by having a well designed professional looking website.
In this article, we highlight a few amateur website features that you should avoid. Read Article Tags: color scheme, content