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As you contemplate your next web site, or your first, you may be pondering a fundamental development question: design my own site from scratch with a web design application or use an available content management system (CMS)? Although web site design programs offer minute control over every detail of the look and content of a web site, a CMS can often mean better productivity and easier maintenance for even the fastest growing sites. Below we compare and contrast two of the most popular tools

As anyone who owns a web-related business knows, there are quite a few facets that are important to your success. Understanding the conversion rate, cost per conversion, and conversion rate optimization are integral components of growing your business. After all, the success of your website involves more than simply drawing traffic to it. A website's success is directly linked to its conversion rate or getting your website traffic to perform in predetermined ways.

Understanding Conversion

Web 2.0 is a term we have all heard, and probably used, but what exactly is Web 2.0 and how does it differ from Web 1.0? Another important question would be when should it be used, or is it even necessary?

First, a simple explanation of what Web 2.0 is (or is supposed to be). Web 2.0 is not a set of standards for web programming such as W3C establishes for HTML and CSS, rather it is a general description of certain types of web services pertaining to users being able to interact or collaborate

Domain name collectors and investors know the value of short one-word domain names. These days, individuals can't simply come up with a noun like "toys" or "computers" and expect that it's available for registration with a domain name registrar. All the English language single-word nouns are taken. And some of these these domain names are being bought and sold for millions of dollars, both privately and through domain name power brokers like Sedo, Moniker, and numerous others. They are being

Joomla is first and foremost a content management system, which makes it different from both static HTML based designs and those that use cascading style sheets (CSS) to separate web content from style. Joomla uses a 'placeholder' or 'grid' type of system to organise websites, with an information architecture that exists independently from both website content and design. In order to understand how Joomla works, it is important to realise that website content is not actually generated, and in

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