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This answer to a different question (not near enough for me to mark this as a duplicate) covers it. In short, there are no rules, just conventions that mostly tend to be followed.


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I can't speak in terms of SEO, as I am in no way shape or form a SEO Expert, but I would say things that don't directly have to do with your business, should be on a different site. Business sites really should only be about the business. You can have an About Me section of the site that discusses your interests, but I would recommend breaking it up into ...


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Having links on these catalogs, even if they are low quality, is not always bad. People may find you, learn your company and become direct visitors of the website. What it is bad, is that you only have links on these catalogs and nowhere else or the links ratio of bad vs good quality is too high. For example: If you have 10 good links and 1500 bad links ...


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As with any site you need to make sure the directory is not considered a low quality site by Google. If they cannot be found in Google's index, at the very least the links are worthless because Google doesn't know or care about that site. At worst, that site is banned as a low quality site and a link from them is a low quality link. Too many of those and you ...


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I the mail server the client user have a good SPAM filter it should not be a problem. The SPAM will just go into the junk. If you still think that you have to make him remove his email tell him that people will love a simple contact form instead of email. Or lie to him that exposing his address to public makes it vulnerable to hacker attacks. And the most ...


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Depending on just how disjoint the blog posts are from the shareware I would create a new domain for the blog. Then I would use specific tags on posts about the shareware and use a tag RSS feed to put those posts into a news section on the shareware site. Doing this would give you the flexibility to have multiple sites pulling from your blog on different ...


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The definition of webmaster has changed quite a bit in the last 15 or so years. It used to be somebody that runs a website, knows a bit of html etc. However now I think the definition (although it is mainly opinions, not set in stone) consists of: In charge of a website's daily progress. They may have a boss and they may have their own team (unlike before ...


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As far as I know, the only differences a properly done site move is likely to make to Google rankings are that: links going through a 301 redirect lose a tiny fraction of their PageRank (but it really is a tiny amount), and your hostname itself will affect the ranking of your site for keywords that match it (e.g. cheapwidgets.com for "widgets"). ...


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What are you using for your analytics? Most analytics packages will show where the visitors came from. Regardless of that, they will also show you what landing pages they arrived to, and how long they spent on them. So if a page visit for example.com/proposal-abc appears in your stats then you know it was Mr ABC who came to your site, and if you see ...


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You are talking about going into Web Hosting biz. Which is good but you need to ask yourself a few questions before that. Are you ready to take up a new biz which will consume your time 24x7? Are you willing to learn and get into a whole new niche which will take up quite a good amount of time for learning? Starting a hosting biz is just the small part, ...


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Do I need dedicated server? Can you give me some links? No you don't usually need it unless you have thousands of sites or one extremely huge site. How many domains can I have on my server? Domains usually unlimited (Can be just parked domains), if with the word domains you means sites, then with many hosters are unlimited too, but it's always ...


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As a fresh starter what do I exactly need to host my custumers web sites? More then one website... Very subjective, and depends on the needs of their websites, what frameworks they are built on, how much traffic they get, etc. Really hard to say beyond them needing a domain and somewhere to host it. What you seem to be hinting at is a reseller service ...


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Google Analytics offers the option of viewing Direct Traffic (typing on the address bar), Organic, Referral and Paid traffic under the HOME tab. It'll only give you data from the moment you sign up on, so if you don't have an account yet, I'm afraid it won't help you.


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I am not sure i understand the question. You have two different domain names but they do not currently have any traffic to them? Are you deciding which domain of the two to use and start building your site to? you can track the natural traffic to the two domains by parking both of them and tracking the traffic that goes to each domain. If the site is ...


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You can find details description about your question for below given official Google Sites. Please Refer.. http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=146676 Aslo Refer below sites this will help you a lot.>>http://www.ppchero.com/ultimate-guide-to-adwords-quality-score/ Please tell me your suggestion after getting your results. ...


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Any old PC running Ubuntu will get you up and running. Assuming you are on the end of an ADSL line (or Virgin Broadband) you will be able to use the service provided by dyndns.org to make your box accessible from the outside world with a few settings entered into your router box. Because of how ADSL works - one way is more quickerer than the other - your box ...


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I'd highly suggest outsourcing it to a programmer if you know nothing about programming or building a website. You can design the layout and build the template using your wysiwyg editor, but to get this functionality you'll have to dig into the code. That said, if you are intent on building it yourself, I'd recommend checking out the Symfony framework for ...


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Like the other answer said, keep in mind that they (or someone they know) may have been the original developer. If it's really outdated the owner probably thinks the site isn't worth the trouble...it probably isn't winning them any business, and never did which would explain why it's been left in poor shape. Convincing them that a properly built site can win ...



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