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Optimise Images for the Web
11th February 2014Internet
One of the most important performance factors for a high page loading speed is to make sure that you optimise all your images for the web.
What are XML sitemaps?
1st July 2013Internet
How using the XML Sitemap protocol can help search engines index your site and provide regular updates and relevant content to visitors.
8 Excellent (and Free!) Search Engine Optimization Websites
29th May 2013Internet
Here is a list of 8 excellent and free search engine optimisation websites that can help you accomplish various SEO tasks, e.g. backlink investigation, keyword research, etc... When used together these tools are an incredibly powerful resource in any SEO strategy.
Getting Started with Google Analytics
1st May 2013Internet
Google Analytics is a powerful and free website tool for displaying website visitor information. Take advantage of the huge amount of data collected to analyse how your visitors use your website, and fine tune its performance for improved conversion rates.
A Guide to the Robots.txt Exclusion Protocol
1st February 2013Internet
Learn how to use robots.txt to control how search engine crawlers, or spiders, access and crawl your site on the web.
What are the types of website available
11th May 2011Internet
A list of the many different types of website and how each is used on the internet to form online communities.
Google Panda Update and How to Survive It
20th February 2011Internet
Google will soon be launching a new update to their ranking algorithm, codenamed Panda, which will take action against duplicate content and plagiarism caused by auto blogging software and website scrapers.
Introduction to Web Hosting
28th September 2008Internet
Web hosting (sometimes referred to as 'web space') is a service which allows you to upload your own files and site to a shared server in a data centre. Once uploaded, your website can be seen by anyone who is connected to the Internet.