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How to Understand Mojo Marketplace

How to Understand Mojo Marketplace

 

People who are new to website design often think it is a process that involves shoeless, Apple loving artistic types working with 4chan-obessed, socially awkward coders who travel to work on skateboards. For most websites, particularly small business websites, this is not the case. The reality is anyone can build a website so long as they are competent using technology. And because of services like the Mojo Marketplace you do not need programming skills or graphic design abilities.

 

Preparing to Create Your First Website

Preparing to Create Your First Website

 

The mistake many people make when creating their first website is that they are over-enthusiastic at the start. Enthusiasm is great – it’s one of the main drivers of great content on the internet. But over-enthusiasm is where issues can arise, which can slow you down in the end. The solution is to plan, get certain things ready, and make some decisions before you start actually building. Preparing to create your first website is not difficult, providing you follow a few steps.

 

Site Architecture: Why it matters

Site Architecture: Why it matters

 

Developing the site architecture is the first thing that you should do when building a new website. It’s one of the most crucial elements of the process and if you get it wrong you’ll end up with more problems to resolve. The good news is that it’s not difficult to get right. In fact, bad site architecture is usually because designers skip the process rather than doing it poorly. Always remember: site architecture always matters.

 

Content vs. UX Design: Building for Search or Design for People?

Content vs. UX Design: Building for Search or Design for People?

 

Website design often feels like a balancing act because of the apparent opposing demands of search engines and users. Search engines want content that they can easily interpret and they penalize websites that do not deliver. But this content is not always the best way to achieve sales or win leads and new clients. So there is sometimes a standoff between content strategy and User Experience (UX) design.

 

Web Design Trends

How to Understand Web Design Trends

 

Website design trends are constantly evolving as developers try new ideas and concepts. Some of these fizzle and die but others gain popularity and become mainstream. But for most small business websites the priority is to stay ahead of the curve (rather than ahead or behind it).  

 

A Deep Dive into WP Essential

Tens of thousands of users have made WordPress their site editor of choice on iPage, due to its flexibility and its endless array of themes and plugins. It doesn’t matter if you want to create a blog about your favorite restaurants, a full company website, or a photo gallery of your family--WordPress can make that happen. But, all that flexibility comes with a cost.

What is the difference between WordPress.com and Wordpress.org?

What is the difference between WordPress.com and Wordpress.org?

 

If you have started researching how to get a new website built you will undoubtedly have heard of Wordpress. It is the most popular website and blog building platform in the world and is the backbone of millions of websites. But there are two options and they are substantially different so this article will answer the question: what is the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org?

 

Free eBooks are now on iPage

Free eBooks are now on iPage

 

iPage has created some great resources for our small business website owners and bloggers.

These free e-books are helpful practical tips that have no promotional content, can be implemented by almost anyone, and even have a Geek Speak Meter to tell you how complex the terminology is!

 

1.     The Three Do’s and Don’ts of Owning a Small Business Website

 

2.     3 Try this Yourself SEO Tips

 

3.     The 3 Do’s and Don’ts of Building a Website

 

4.      6 Things Google Hates About Your Website

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