Entries by gc

WordPress Spam Comments

Why are there comments on WordPress? When WordPress was rolled out to the public back in 2003 it was primarily a blogging platform, a facility for writers to self-publicise. The term ‘blog’ is a truncation of weblog: a website for posting discussion or information, usually in reverse date order. Often a blog is used as […]

Pricing

How much does web design cost? Not surprisingly, one of the first things we want to know before why buy anything is ‘how much’? Like buying houses or cars, the cost of website design depends. It depends on what you want or need; the degree of complexity and the resulting work involved. A Ferrari LaFerrari or a Dacia Sandero? They […]

,

It’s easy to get a web site

Of course these days it really is easy to get a website If you want to go down the completely free route then just head over to WordPress.com or Blogger; your website, hosting, domain name, in fact everything will be completely free of charge. You’ll even have plenty of control over the content and be […]

Why do you need a mobile website?

What do the following figures represent? 1.12 – 3.21 – 7.12 Answer: they are percentages from Statcounter and show the usage share for mobile web browsers for August 2009, 2010 and 2011. You might think that 7.12% is not a great amount, but when you consider that most websites render poorly in mobile browsers and […]

,

How can Google’s Adwords improve your offline advertising?

Anyone who markets their business online will have heard of Google’s Adwords; or they should have done. Adwords is Google’s name for their pay-per-click (PPC) service; it’s the very core of their business. Essentially PPC offers highly targeted advertising, it provides the facility to place your advert right in front of the very people that […]

Free ebook download — Seth Godin

It’s always nice to be able to give something of great value. Yes, give. This is a fantastic book about permission marketing by one of the great business writers, Seth Godin, it’s called Unleashing the Ideavirus. Seth explains how, in this age of such rapid information exchange, good ideas can be spread extremely quickly. This […]