We were perusing Entrepreneur Magazine (you may recall our appearance in the prestigious publication) and we came across a Boulder company sharing some dire news: If you’re a small or medium business and your website isn’t loading fast enough, then you’re going to have a hard time competing. The Amazons and Ebays of the world have entire teams dedicated to optimizing their websites. What they don’t have, however, is one Mr. Robert Shires. He’s part of the brilliant team behind Lagrange Systems, a company dedicated to turning your eCommerce up to the speed of mind-blowing astonishment. Shires isn’t only technically savvy, but also hilarious, so you get necessary information about improving your website speed (aka Application Delivery) without drowning in tech talk. And, as you’ll see, we’ve taken measures to make sure he stays away from mind-numbing buzzwords.Read More
Many years ago the World Wide Web made a promise. It told people that they could build their own website and it would look sleek and pretty. Many websites were made, but many people were disappointed. Many websites have been abandoned, fading away as low-price, low-quality promises on the lonely outskirts of the Internet.
But today, we are here to fulfill that promise. Today … we introduce Name.com’s website builder.Read More
Get Traffic to your site with these SEO Tips
Every search engine has a basic set of rules they use in determining how to rank your blog or website. Learn these rules and help the search engines find your content faster as well rank you higher because you are seen as valuable in terms of content for given keywords. This is all SEO. Wanna get started on learning these rules?
Actually, if you have been following this “get traffic” series, you already have a head start. We’ve been giving you social media tips, tips on engaging your audience, google service tips, and even a quick rundown of 20 methods to try for traffic...Read More
Free Traffic to your Site – 20 tips to try today!
Are you an affiliate marketer? Then you know how important it is to get traffic to your site. More traffic means the better chance of people viewing and clicking your affiliate advertisements. Own a business website? Then you know that the more traffic the better chance of making money you’ll have. Beginning a blog? Then you should know how important it will be to develop a large loyal audience. One that once you begin to monetize your blog your readers will hopefully trust your opinion on the products – making you Affiliate dollars.
There are many other important facets to keep in mind with your traffic, but this post is specifically about getting eyeballs to your affiliate blog or website...Read More
At name.com we do domains, websites and hosting. You get a domain and some hosting and then you’re all set to burst onto the web, but before you put a whole lot of work into a snappy Flash intro, or have your friends in the bongo/zither duo make some awesome home page music, pay heed to what some experienced web users have to say about what NOT to do:
Like a free focus group and you didn’t have to provide finger food. Although we’re not sure what a couple are talking about, and I think Kelley Bryant is actually selling auto parts, but this is good info to keep in mind for the best presence on the web.
You finally found a super easy way to get your website looking right and online…and now it’s going away. Apple has announced that iWeb publishing, MobileMe Gallery, and iDisk are all being phased out by the end of June. Things are not as awful as they may appear. Apple is encouraging users to migrate over to iCloud, which is a bit more expensive. We wanted to let you know that we have an awesome shared hosting platform that could be a great fit for you. Take a look at our website hosting plans, and below see a tutorial on how to move your Apply goodness.
Click here to get started.
Our team is standing by to help make the migration as seamless as possible...Read More
Ryan in customer support lost his beloved stapler.
It’s hard to describe the fear, worry and stress we witnessed, and that’s just from the people he accused of stealing it. Now to say that the stapler was “lost” is a bit misleading. Ryan had misplaced his stapler, but after he lashed out at anyone with fastened paper, Nic felt justified in taking it on a two-week vacation. Those magical days are now documented on the website Adventures of the Silver Stapler!Read More