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Sep
27
comment What wireframing tools can produce something that looks like a finished website?
Maybe I'm missing something... but in what way is Illustrator more appropriate than Photoshop? Pretty much all commonly used image formats on the web (png, jpg, gif) are raster graphics. Photoshop works with raster graphics. Fireworks is the most suited choice from the Adobe suite IMO, though you're entitled to your opinion and I'm not trying to start a holy war.
Sep
14
comment Traffic fall after a server problem
Just to clarify, you're saying that the traffic sourcing from Google in Google Analytics has declined, not just in general?
Aug
1
comment Is it possible to do shipping like this in Magento?
Suffering the same problem, I've been in this situation for months and it's still amazing how many people will pick 'standard shipping' and pay rather than 'free next-day delivery'.
Jul
30
comment At what traffic point is it worth it to start looking to put ads on a website?
@nick2653 - That would still be an extremely subjective question. For example, many people that have delved into making money with Adsense etc will know that the insurance and legal niches are highly lucrative. It may only take 10 visitors to make $100 if your site is related to a niche where a lot of money is involved... Whereas if your website specializes in dishwasher tablets, you will probably need substantially more visitors. There is no golden number.
Jul
24
comment How can I increase the traffic to my site?
It's not always applicable for content to be fresh and updated often. :)
Jul
11
comment Commenting System For A Website
I guess the operative words in my answer would be "a system like" and "seems to meet most of your criteria". :-) I'm sure there are similar/alternative systems available, I just knew Disqus was one of the more popular ones, so thought it would be worth a mention.
Jul
11
comment Google displaying swf menu in SiteLinks
Ah excellent. :-)
Jul
10
comment How to write a blog for SEO purpose
Great, you're welcome. :-)
Jul
9
comment Will Google penalize my website if I hide the H1 tag?
Putting keywords in meta tags stopped being useful around when we entered the 21st century...
Jul
5
comment Scalable web-hosting for a youtube-like service (no, not porn)
He did - webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/20838/…
Jul
4
comment Convert Adsense earnings into Adwords
Pretty much this. It would make sense for Google to have some kind of credits system where this were possible though - 'credits' that they control would surely work out cheaper than having to payout then letting users spend that money on advertising again.
Jul
4
comment Google displaying swf menu in SiteLinks
Bots are getting smarter, Google can access some data render by Javascript now. The extent of which isn't common knowledge.
Jul
4
comment Google displaying swf menu in SiteLinks
If you logout of your Google account, do you still see the sitelink?
Jul
4
comment Google displaying swf menu in SiteLinks
How long ago did you demote the link? Might be worth waiting a bit longer if it was very recent. The other solution of course is to not use flash menus. :-)
Jul
3
comment looking for a Q and A tool with payment for answer
@Su' - It would be easy enough to work. Upon asking a question, the asker deposits the nominal funds into the 'website' bank account. After x time if there are no satisfactory answers, money is refunded. You could bring in a community aspect for them to vote on answers etc with a rep system giving more/less leverage to respected users etc... Quite why anyone would pay for knowledge online, I'm not sure. You can research or answer most questions for free (thanks to sites like the Stack Exchange network!).
Jul
3
comment Adsense click bot is click bombing my site
+1 Good suggestions.
Jul
3
comment Adsense click bot is click bombing my site
@Graham - I think you're right to be concerned. I've heard and read about no-end of horror stories of Google terminating accounts and any unpaid funds along with it. Like danlefree says, as long as a human can click the ads, so can a bot - and it's Google's responsibility to ensure their advertisers aren't paying for invalid clicks, so leave it to them. I expect provided the attacker's IP address isn't your own (i.e. they don't suspect your clicking your own ads), you should be fairly safe and they will simply discount all fraudulent clicks.
Jun
28
comment SEO and suboptimal source code
@nycmixing - Wordpress will not give you "a better chance at SEO" than hand-coding. SEO is a process, not an obtainable goal. You have much more control when coding things directly - just as an example, rich snippets for vertical search etc would be a pain in Wordpress with a plug-in or by being able to directly edit the HTML. That being said, the OP isn't well versed in SEO it seems, so he may be better off with Wordpress to begin with.
Jun
28
comment SEO and suboptimal source code
@legoblock - Provided you have the main parts semantically correct - your title tags, header tags etc, the rest counts for very little. It's just noise to a search engine. Ask yourself, if your website contained extremely useful information or was the portal to a quality product or service, would it make sense for Google to penalize you for having ropey markup? I think not.
Jun
28
comment Why would a web site keep my signup information for a limited time only?
Do they require any kind of account activation or validation? Maybe they're saying if your account isn't activated / validated within 7 days, they won't continue to store your information and you'll have to re-register and validate.