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Using the iPage Drag and Drop Site Builder

Using the iPage Drag and Drop Site Builder

 

Did you start your iPage website but get stuck? Need a little technical help? You are in luck; we have a series of tutorials to help you get your site online. We offer step by step instructions to build your website, no HTML experience or special software required! It is that quick and easy!

 

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How to Get Your Website Design Online

How to Get Your Website Design Online

 

For many people new to website building, moving from a development situation to online and live is frightening. You have spent days, weeks, or even months working on design, content and structure to get your website just the way you want it. Now you need to figure out how to get it online and, more importantly, how to get it online without breaking it and undoing all of that hard work.

 

How to Open an Online Store

How to Open an Online Store

 

If you are considering opening an online store there has never been a better time. There are a wide variety of tools available to get you setup and you do not need to know anything about programming. But to make it a success you need time, hard work, perseverance, and a bit of luck.

 

Your store doesn’t even need to compete with Amazon in order to have a chance of success. Steady small and medium sized businesses are the lifeblood of the internet - just like they are in the offline world. So take a lead from traditional bricks-and-mortar businesses and start out on the small side.

 

The Best Ways to Build Your Website

The Best Ways to Build Your Website

 

For those new to the world of web design it can feel like there are as many tools to build websites as there are websites. So to help you get a better understanding of it, we’re going to talk soup. Yes…soup.

 

Soup is one of the simplest of foods, yet it can also be one of the most intense and flavorful. And the most fun part of soup is all of the options:

 

Guest Blogging and SEO Strategies for 2014

Guest Blogging and SEO Strategies for 2014

 

Is guest blogging dead? After reading the latest blog post from Google’s Matt Cutts you might think so. He is the search giant’s chief spam fighter. He said “guest blogging is done: it’s just gotten too spammy.” So should guest blogging be part of your marketing strategy in 2014? And in the light of what Matt Cutts has said, how should you keep up with the Joneses of SEO this year?

 

How to get your Idea Online – Quick Tips for New Businesses and Bloggers

1.       Just start, many people have a great idea but never implement it.

2.       Choose your business and brand names. This is how your business or product will be represented to the world. Make sure it is catchy and professional. (There are many articles online about funny but poorly chosen names.)

3.       Build a Website and Create Content. Provide as much information as possible about your business. Refresh and add to that content often to keep it current and relevant for your visitors. Consider starting a blog to promote your brand and interact with your visitors.

4.       Spread the Word! Make sure you take advantage of the free marketing credits that come with your iPage hosting account.

Building and Marketing a New Website

New Year New Website – Bringing your Design to 2014

New Year New Website – Bringing your design to 2014

 

In 1964 one of America’s most famous men - Isaac Asimov - was at the New York World Fair. Asimov was a fascinating man. He was born at the end of 1919 and he died in 1992. In his lifetime he was vice-president of Mensa International, a professor of biochemistry at Boston University, and a prolific science fiction writer. Building and designing websites wasn’t a thing back then. But his predictions about the future were scarily accurate.

 

While Asimov was at the 1964 World Fair he wrote an article for the New York Times predicting what life would be like in 2014. So, in the spirit of Asimov, here are some predictions for web design trends in 2014 to help you spruce up your website.

 

What is Google Author Rank?

Understanding Google Author Rank

 

Understanding how Google works is becoming easier. If you have dipped your toe in SEO or other parts of online marketing you might think that is a ridiculous comment to make. But it’s true – the world of Google is becoming more like the “real” world (more accurately described as the offline world). And Google Author Rank is a perfect example.

 

What You Need to Know About Google Hummingbird

What You Need to Know About Google Hummingbird

 

Hummingbird is the name Google calls its new search algorithm (the thing that determines which results to display when a user types in a search), and it means a lot for your website. Google says the name Hummingbird is used because of the “fast and precise” birds that we find in nature. So let’s have a look at the hummingbird so that we can get a better understanding of Hummingbird.

 

Agile, Vigorous And Sexually Potent

 

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