Evaluating Web Site Performance

Evaluating Web Site Performance ===================================================

Setting up a website is the very first step of an Internet marketing campaign, and the success or failure of your site depends greatly on how specifically you have defined your website goals. If you don't know what you want your site to accomplish, it will most likely fail to accomplish anything. Without goals to guide you in developing and monitoring your website, all your site will be is an online

Good Websites are Like Good Radio Stations – Without Audio

A good website will act like a good radio station. Radio stations want you to listen, know who you listen to (for ratings, which are based on listener RECALL of who they listened to), come back for more, and buy sponsor's products or services.

A good website, properly optimized, will be visited, bookmarked or remembered, and will prompt you to buy their own or advertiser's product or services.

Both try to move you to a desired action.

A harsh radio rating fact of life is th

Error Messages Matter, Make No Mistake About It

So you arrive at a wesbsite and start along your merry way, browsing at will. Suddenly, you are confronted by a curious ‘error' message, denoted by a big red exclamation mark. OK, so I have made a mistake by not including a valid username. But why is the error message in the bottom left of the page when the field for my username is in the top right?

At first, I did not even know what the red exclamation mark was telling me until I scoured the page for direction. Sadly, rather than bei

Optimizing Your Asp.Net Pages For Faster Loading And Better Performance

If you read the internet and all of the websites dedicated to Asp.Net you will inevitably read about the wonders of the DataGrid, DataList, and Repeater controls. While each of these has its place, if you are only displaying data there is a much faster and more efficient means to do so.

Let's say you have a page that displays articles based on a query string. Take my article pages for instance. Each article is stored in a database and displayed on the page based on the unique id of the

Searching Your Own Website

I'm sure you've often seen a search function on websites. Now, I'm not talking about a box that lets you search the entire internet from one particular site. Sites like Google and Ask.com have those, and many of them allow you to put their search on your site.

No, I'm talking about the function to search your own website. You just type something into a text box, click search, and it pulls up a list of the pages on your site that has that word or words in it.

When is such a search

Why Your Website Needs A Content Management System

This potential advantages of an online market has created a drive for small businesses to create an online presence. Many, however, simply have a website designed, and stop there, without realising the true potential and maximising the real value their site has to offer. If you have a website, you either have a content management system at the heart of it, or you have a fairly static site. If you don`t yet have a content management system driving your site, you may wonder why you need it.

Your Business Website – What Should You Be Monitoring?

With so much happening on a daily basis, it's sometimes difficult to know what are the important things to keep an eye on when managing your business website. Here are a few pointers regarding some of the more important aspects of monitoring and measuring your business website's performance.

Monetary Performance

How you define your website's monetary performance, as well as how you measure it, is going to differ from business to business, but there are two specif

Hobby Or Business

Since the internet is relatively easy for entry a lot of individuals use it to benefit their business. They also use the internet to explore their hobbies. In some cases a hobby website can turn into a big money maker such as the websites cdbaby.com or myspace.com.

One bad thing that has come about because of the success of those hobby websites is the confusion between a hobby and a business. These days some people seem to think that any hobby website they build is actually a business a

How To Make Your WebPages Easily Become Unique Without Using RSS Feeds From Other Websites

If you have been online for a few months, you must have heard about these two issues: "Content is King" and "Search engines don't like duplicate contents". One of the easiest way to provide contents for your site visitors is by using private label articles. Unfortunately, if you only use this strategy you will have problems to face with the second issue.

That is why many affiliate businesses that set up a new website for each member are often unable to make a top showing in the search

Maintaining Your Website for Consistent Success

A website should be a dynamic, changing, and growing creation. Although many people simply set up websites and then forget about them, websites should not be forgotten or neglected. As time passes, information changes and there are undoubtedly modifications taking place in your market, company, or business. If your site is a static entity, the world will pass it by. Rather than being a one-time consideration, your site should be constantly evolving.

Accuracy and professionalism should a

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