Posts Tagged ‘website’

Get a Website, Social Media and Competitor Analysis with Quicksprout

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Here’s a quick, free website evaluation service that can be used to analyze your site’s SEO rating …

As a webmaster, you always need to be on the lookout for things to improve on your sites. This is less the case if you are just maintaining a private website, but if your business runs on it, or if websites generate all the money that you earn, then you better make sure that there are not any areas of improvements left. The reason here is that improvements often lead to better search engine visibility or user experience, which both can have a tremendous impact on traffic and revenue generation.

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Find Out Where a Website is Hosted

Wednesday, July 20th, 2011

This seems like both a useful trick for finding out more about a website, and also just a fun tool for the curious …

I just bought an expensive domain and website, and would like to share one of the things that I did to verify the seller’s legitimacy. Among other things, I check a website’s whois information and hosting information to make sure they match with the information in the sales letter. If they do not match, or look fishy, I walk away from a deal.

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Panabee – Domain Name Suggestion Tool

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

This might help if you’re trying to figure out a domain name for your site, but all of the good ones appear to be taken.

All the good domain names are already taken. I hear that phrase on a regular basis. Is it really true? No it is not, unless you define good as in exact keyword phrase. For domain names, you basically have two options. You can grab a descriptive domain name, e.g. pchardware if you want to sell PC hardware, or a brand name like Yubidoo or whatever. Descriptive domain names are often taken and your best bet is to either expand the search by adding related words or phrases, or by thinking about a brand name.

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Simures – Display Websites in Different Resolutions

Thursday, October 14th, 2010

This seems like it would be a very useful tool for web designers …

As a web developer, you have to make sure that your website displays fine for the most widely used screen resolutions. Doing so ensures that site visitors have a good user experience on the website. We have already covered several programs, like the Computer Monitor Hotkey Resolution Changer or the Resolution Changer, to change the screen resolution on the fly.

Simures however offers a different approach than those third party programs. The online service can display any web page that is available online in any resolution available.

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