Month: September 2008

Web 1.0 Vs. Web 2.0

This post is written based on the requests seen in forums. I still found most of the surfers don’t have clear picture about the “difference between Normal design websites and Web2.0“. So thought of writing a brief note on Web2.0 Hopefully people who try to know Web 2.0 design standards should be knowing about normal design, so not much explaining here to bore 😉 Starting, Web 2.0 websites allow visitors to do more than just retrieve information what …

How important is effective web content for SEO?

You have a well designed website with perfect usage of flash banners and graphic designs, with proper site navigation and easy accessibility. Still do you feel that you are not getting the desired visitors and sales to your site? I suggest you probably need to work on the content in the site. I believe it is essential to have effective web content in a website, to attract the search engines. So how can one write effective content for their …

5 minutes site visitor analysis.

Even before we started using SEO, after building the sites we used a Site visitor analytic tool. Initially we used Goldstats; It was more than sufficient when we had only 20 pages, and no much SEO really done. It was a nice start. But when we added articles, we really wanted to know more about the readers, and about the keywords they use. For that we needed a better tool actually, and found Webstat in 2002. We also found urchin an …

10 Minutes SEO Checklist to review your SEO Considerations

This Simple SEO checklist will help you  follow steps to rank your site in major search engines You just need to spend 10 minutes to review your site with the below SEO checklist. If you can mark “yes” to most of the SEO considerations then your site will be having a reasonable traffic which can be developed further by consulting an SEO professional or by going through some good practical SEO techniques S.No   SEO Considerations   Met? (Yes/No) …

Google Chrome – First impression.

A whole new browser. (?) 🙂 Can’t agree to that fully, since it is based on Apple’s WebKit and Mozilla’s Firefox components. I personally like the products from Google, and I believe Chrome would also make some difference in the Browser market, though it is available only in XP and Vista. A Linux version should make this difference easily. Few good things are  a Quicker installation, quick loading of pages (do they show them from their cache?), and recently …