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Step by step guide to Domain Name Registration

As an owner of a successful web design and development company, some of the most frequent questions I get from both potential and current clients have to do with domain name registration. Questions include “how do I know it’s the best domain name for my website?” “Is it really important to use keywords?” or “What should I do if the domain name I want is already taken?” But if your concern now is “How do I register a domain name?” […]

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The Principle behind Blogs and Search Engine Rankings

One of the best ways to make it through the clutter of information in the World Wide Web is to publish your writing through blogs and to do it well. Blogs have ready-made templates which makes you do away with the trouble of creating pages yourself. Blogs also have popular domain names, so as long as your article is optimised and it’s written well, it’s bound to be listed on top of search engines. Below are things you should double check, though, to make sure that you’re doing things right.

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Arranging Your Website’s Centerpiece

Whether you’ve chosen to lay everything out on a single page, or to create a more conventional “gateway” website with a lot of links in columns, a good website design is always like a good photograph. It needs to have a single focal point. It has to have a subject. Before you get started, you need to decide on this subject.

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Uniquely Popular: Rising Above a Popular Niche

Niche marketing is one of the best ways to make revenue online. The only problem is this: what happens when you’ve chosen the same niche which 10,000 other retailers have chosen? You’re bound to have trouble finding ideal domain names, and there’s a long list of websites you’ll have to beat for search engine rankings. Should you give up and just look for another niche? That’s also an option, but the real winners in the field don’t give up without […]

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.com Vs .com.au Domain – What’s Best For SEO?

Basically speaking, the SEO of a site is not affected much on the grounds of the suffix that it has. This is actually region based. If you are searching in Australia, then a .com.au will have an equal if not more chance of figuring in the search engine results.

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