August 2008

How Much Should A Web Site Cost?

by Ed Tsunoda on August 24, 2008

One question people always ask is, “How much should a web site cost?” and the answer can vary – depending on what you want to do and how much you want to do yourself – from $0 to hundreds of thousands of dollars. But for the average person just starting their own web site, here’s […]

Things You Can Do To Improve Your Traffic

Once you’ve got your new site up and running, there are a few things you should do to let the search engines know you’re out there. Here’s a few tips of ways you can let the search engines know where you are, what your contents all about, and track whether or not it’s working.

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Does More Traffic Mean More Money?

One of the most important factors in having a cost-effective web site is constructing a formula for acquiring new users that generates revenue instead of costing money. While paying a cost-per-click for new users might sound like a good idea, it depends on whether or not what you pay is outweighed by how much revenue […]

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Target Your Customers With Quality Content

The days of the static brochure web site have come and gone. It’s not what most business owners want to hear, but you can’t just write a check, and get a beautiful web site and have that be enough anymore. To target your customers online, you have to provide compelling content that reaches out to […]

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