Rich Webmaster, Poor Webmaster - Website tips

Written by Carl Harper

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(2) Provide a reason for people to keep coming back to your site by providing cheap or quality goods, information, great tools or fun games.

(3) Don't try to fool people or use pop up windows to try to make sales as this will just detract from their experience of your site and may lead to them never returning.

(4) Bandwidth costs can become expensive if your site proves to be very popular so ensure all of your web pages are optimised and never have a web page that doesn't add value.

Thats enough to start with, good luck.

Carl Harper is the author and freelance writer of a number of articles and tips on Mobile Phones. He is also the webmaster of the Mobile Phone Portal

What hosting companies donít tell you, could hurt youÖ

Written by Dave Young

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If youíve reviewed or researched hosting companies you will notice they all lookrepparttar same. They offer similar packages, claim they provide support, and appear to have a network worthy ofrepparttar 131715 highest caliber websites. But what they donít tell you isrepparttar 131716 type of disk space or bandwidth your website will be using. They donít mention possible security risks. And they especially donít mention how many accounts they create per server.

Avoidingrepparttar 131717 problems associated with overcrowded servers is extremely easyÖ

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Dave Young is the President/CEO of GP-Host, a division of Gluepoint, LLC. GP-Host provides a unique hosting environment for entrepreneurs and business owners.

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