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5 Powerful Reasons Why Niche Content Sites Are Being Considered The Way To Go In 2006

"Content Is King"... and will remain 'King' for as long as the Internet exists and is for this very reason WHY you'd be smart to build a network of these sites for yourself to profit from for years to come.

Let me ask you this... "What do most people go online for?"

If you said "INFORMATION" - then you are absolutely right.

And besides, that IS and always will be the Internet's primary purpose and will always be one of the main reasons why people come online to search for. ...more

Web Development – Do It Yourself?

Can I Do My Own Website? Many businesses or individuals in Windsor who want a website commonly ask the question: "Can I develop my own website?" The short answer to this question is yes, absolutely. In fact, developing a simple website is easier now than it ever has been. Programs such as Macromedia's Dreamweaver or Microsoft Front Page have made it easy to develop web pages with little to no skill. Simply pick a pre-made template, type in your text, add a couple of pictures and v ...more

Why Do You Need a Website?

There's no denying it, the Internet has changed our lives – it's allowed the entire world to communicate, share ideas, and do business faster and more efficiently than ever before. From Toronto to Tokyo, people are connecting with one another in ways that just a few years ago would have seemed impossible.

Sure, Windsor, Ontario might not be the largest city in the world, but the fact remains that to stay competitive, a website for your business or organization is practically a mu ...more

Difference Between Web Designer and Web Programmer

So, you are looking for a website... Although you may have heard the titles "Web-designer" and "Web-developer" being used interchangeably, there is actually a dramatic difference between a web-designer and a web-developer. In effect, the difference between the two goes back to two extremely important aspects of a website – the visual or aesthetic aspect of a website, known as the "front-end", and the unseen coding aspect of a website, known as the "back-end". Simply put, web-des ...more

What Your Web Host Should Provide For You – Part 4 Of the How To Build Your Web Site Series

In my previous articles in this series (Parts 1-3) on How To Build A Web Site both available here at I began to outline just what is needed for the "real" web-site to succeed. In this article we are going to discuss what your web host (commonly known as a "server-farm") should be offering you in the base package. There are quite a few excellent web hosting companies out there and you should be able to find one to suit your needs.

First let us make a few ...more

Choosing the Right Web Server – Part 3 of the How To Build Your Web-Site Series

In my previous articles in this series (Part One & Two on How To Build A Web Site both available here at I began to outline just what is needed for the "real" web-site to succeed. In this article we are going to discuss the first important decision that you will have to make and which most people do not understand the far-reaching consequences that can affect and effect your web site way down the line as you get more sophisticated.

In the previous article Part Two of ...more

How to Develop a Website: Website Outline

Website outline

A website outline is just what the name implies...a written outline of the content of your website. Even though you feel as if know every title and sentence on the website you are creating, once a site is online it is very difficult to remember the actual order of things.

Having a website outline helps provide a mental picture of the site, the sections, subsections and content pages. This will also serve as a valuable guide when you setup your navigation sch ...more

Website Hosting & Design for Beginners

This is a basic start for beginners into the world of web design and hosting. In this article we won't be covering such subjects as locating and researching niches. Our goal here is to get you, the beginner familiar with the groundwork of a marketing website. The address (URL) for a website is a domain name is that is typed into an Internet browser (Internet Explorer, FireFox, Netscape) to enable visitors to access your website, without having to undertake the much harder task of remembering ...more

Is Your Website a Beautiful ‘Hotel Nowhere’ Lost in The Internet Wilderness?

Lately it seems I've been explaining to more and more people about Internet Marketing. You see, for some reason folks think that IM (Internet Marketing) is really all about putting up a great looking website. It's not – it's so much more than that.

In fact, although a website is a crucial piece in the online marketing puzzle, you can still beat the best-looking website with great online marketing. And what still surprises me is after all the education, al the articles, all the proof, ...more

Dreamweaver Too Complicated? Go Live and Frontpage Too Steep a Learning Curve?

I think that some web design packages have too steep a learning curve. That's why I want to tell you about a product that I've just reviewed called XSitePro. Here is a brief summary, and you can see the full review by using the link indicated at the end of this article.

I was looking for something more versatile than a lot of the lower end website building software such as Web Easy Pro, and Web Plus, yet with a good deal of the functionality of the higher end products such as Dreamweave ...more

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