Problems are often viewed as negative when the opposite is true. Since we do not live in a perfect world, mistakes are made which can bring unforeseen problems to the surface. These problems help us realize where a mistake was made which is why problems are necessary and always insightful when solutions are found. From time to time common problems plague websites they can have a dramatic effect on how it displays along with website devaluations through reduced quality score. Here is a brief list a few more common problems website owners will have to likely have to deal with at some point. [Read more…]
Community Website Introduction
Have you ever thought about creating an online community? The following article is intended to outline the possible uses a Community website brings to your business.
Requirements: Web Server, Hosting account and Domain name.
Common interest groups can enjoy the atmosphere of community ownership. Bring Facebook, Twitter and YouTube into your community by using drag n drop features with widgets. To grow a community calls for passion and finding people that care about what you care about. All members need to do is start sharing or observing insights within the community website. [Read more…]
28 Ways to Determine If Ecommerce is for your Business?
Did you know that consumers feel safer doing online transactions than offline? It shouldn’t be that surprising to you. With online purchases, banks are very good at detecting fraud and almost always award any dispute to the cardholder. Entering your credit card into a heavily encrypted, secure server just seems a lot easier than traditional shopping. If you have purchased from the website before it’s even easier to trust the transaction. On the other hand with robberies, crime, driving to your bank, finding parking and illegal card readers—offline banking seems a higher risk to our health.
Hopefully you have already read the website community introduction because the next logical question is “how does it work”? In this article we will cover the administrative aspects of your online community. We will also detail the publishing interface that is commonly shared by publishers. Administration and publishing are at the core of creating content for your members and public website visitors. The goal of this document is to give you the Reader’s Digest version of managing and publishing your online community.