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CeBIT Conference 2008 review.
What’s Brown and Sticky?/ MAY 15
Welcome to our brand new, all improved, air-bags-as-standard website.
Choosing a Domain Name/ MAY 14
What criteria do we use to choose a domain name?
Should we use our company name?
What if it’s not available?
Should we go for something generic?
Do acronyms work?
Dot com (.com) or dot com dot au (.com.au) and what the hell is dot org (.org) anyway?
(Re-printed from the Courier Mail) Businesses of every stripe are learning to live with – and love the world’s largest online search engine. But make no mistake about Google: it’s cutthroat. You may have paid for a sponsored link to your company website or you may be trying to manoeuvre your way up the “natural” […]
One of our long term clients (who will go unnamed) was unhappy with the number of enquiries from their online forms. After getting together and analysing how people moved through their web site (path analysis) we decided to launch a ‘homepage’ campaign to encourage enquiries without the need for additional clicks. The results have been […]
How will your new web site make you money? How will it make you more efficient? Why do you need a web site at all?
Displaying RSS and XML Feeds/ JUN 13
How to add an RSS feed to your site. Learn how it will it improve your web site traffic.
Know and understand your web site statistics and modify your web site in response to the numbers. Don’t guess your user’s behaviour. It will be expensive.
Web development company in Brisbane provide unlimited hosting for their clients – KND Web Consultants
Web Site Accessibility – Part 2/ MAY 27
Font sizes, how to measure them and how to make them accessible by everyone.