How to Trim the Maintenance Budget of Your ECommerce Site

Running an Ecommerce can be a lucrative way to earn money. However, there’s more to being successful in selling a product on the internet than having something people want to buy and making sure that they can find it.

In fact, one of the biggest deterrents to actually turning a profit that many upstart Ecommerce companies have is their maintenance budget. While some maintenance is essential, you may not have to be spending quite as much as you are each month right now in order to keep your

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Website Makeover: 6 Warning Signals You Should Not Ignore

Is your website crying out for a makeover? When was the last time you updated the content? It's very important to remove outdated gimmicks from your site that the internet community became tired of long ago. It also helps to keep content fresh so that every time visitors use your site they find something new. Below are some of the key warning signs that your site needs a makeover. Fancy Intro At one time animated intros using Flash were considered tech savvy but eventually the technique was widely abandoned due to slow loading time and compatibility issues. Users now expect to find information quickly and if they don't...

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Matt Cutts On the Google Penguin 2.0 Update

Google released Penguin 2.0 on May 22, 2013, as the new algorithm for ranking search results has moved deeper into the issues of the first Penguin release. It's definitely not a good idea to engage in random link exchanges anymore. Website maintenance has now become crucial for following the new guidelines announced by Google engineer Matt Cutts. At the same, there really aren't any shocking surprises from the update. If your focus as a web designer or business owner has been on delivering original useful content to users with natural links to credible...

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