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Eight Ways to Know It's Time to Redesign Your Website
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Luring Local Traffic to Your Website:
Our Web Experts Weigh in to Help a Small Law Firm Market its Services.
Tom Grant from Blue Ray Media talks to Channel Pro News about how to keep people on your website.
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Interesting tidbits from around the Web
Google can identify businesses that provide bad service and lower their search results rankings accordingly.
Google takes over 200 factors into account when it determines how your site will rank. Want to know what they are?
What is a discovery engine? If you've tried StumbleUpon, you know. It's a great way to find new and interesting websites.
Milo has been called the "Google of local product data". eBay just bought the company.
Remember Ask.com or Ask Jeeves? Whatever you call it, it's no longer a search engine. The company will focus on its question and answer system.
Yahoo is still figuring out what it wants to be. Is it a search engine, a portal or some sort of social network?
Blekko (who came up with that name?) is a new search engine that's different than others. It may be difficult for people to figure out all its features, but we'll keep an eye on how the site evolves.
You can search tweets around specific keywords, like your company name. Even see a chart that shows keyword volume fluctuation over time.
We're happy to talk to you about your needs and goals. Fill out our online form and tell us what you want the web to do for your business, nonprofit organization or other group. We'll work together to plan how to create a new website that works for you and your customers.
How do you know when it's time to redesign your website? Read: Eight Ways to Know it's Time to Redesign Your Website
You've been asked write a Request for Proposal, or “RFP”, and send it to qualified website development companies. Where do you start? Read: How to Create a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Web Site Development Services
The New York Times is still using Web site, but we've (somewhat reluctantly) decided to move from spelling it "Web site" to "website". We're now using "email" and have given up on "e-mail", too. (The AP just switched from e-mail to email. Other terms, like e-commerce, will keep their hyphens. The AP moved to "website" last year - read about it here.)