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    August, 2008

    • How to write web content for a busy audience

      Maybe you're not a writer. But you do have a website and you do need to put some words on it. Typically people don't read online the same way they read a book or a letter. Instead, they tend to scan web pages to find the information they are looking for quickly. So you need to think of your website as...
    • Building a website: How to get links to your site

      Your business may have the most finely crafted, informative, and useful website ever, but it won't do you much good if no one can find it. That's why you need to know about links. They're what guide users from one website to another. And just as important, links are what search engines such as MSN...
    • 12 things you shouldn’t publish on your website

      You know what should be including – product information, pricing (if applicable), contact details etc, but are you as confident about the things you shouldn’t be publishing? It might be worth taking a look through the list below and just checking that you’re not doing any of the following: Your...
    • Wi-Fi t-shirt

      Spotted in a daily rag last week; a new Wi-Fi detecting t-shirt from firebox.com , "the ultimate in geek chic attire," and yours for just £19.95. The firebox description is: "As its name suggests, this hi-tech garment lets you know when you're in a Wi-Fi zone by graphically displaying the Wi-Fi connections...
    • Making business small talk

      Networking with other small businesses, attending breakfast meetings, exhibitions and seminars – they’re all essential activities for any business these days. But when you’re constantly meeting new people – or even familiar faces – over a business table, how do you get the conversation flowing? There...