Be very careful when choosing a background. You don’t want it to clash with your font and make it hard to read. Your links may also be a different colour to your font so bear this in mind when choosing a background colour.

B. Wants websites that lay outside the standard template forms. In other words, you basically have to stick with the standard template in which you can resize and move around. However, this still is limiting to some but not many.

You may be reading this at e-zine. That is a source of articles on a lot of different topics, and this is the third article I have submitted there. (For a list of my articles, click on the author name).

I have also been actually “marketing” the site the way you would market anything else — I tell people I meet, friends, family, acquaintances, salespeople, anyone we think would get some value out of the site. While it seems old-fashioned, it has generated some people coming in to take a look. I have made it a signature on all of my e-mail so that when I send e-mail, people can learn about the site. I also submitted the site itself to my web design software which has caused a number of people to come in to look at the site.

There is nothing worse than a site that looks tacky and badly designed. Many sites will lack a professional finish, be hard to navigate and sloppy in function and design.

C. After creating your web pages, you should start to recall that a website is simply just an interconnected series of web pages. So for you to create a website, start linking those pages with each other using the link tag (“link.tag”) in Html. Go back to the basic concepts you’ve learned and review all the kinds of URLs and links you were introduced. This is that part of the procedure wherein you would be able to make use of that knowledge.

Too many ads will chase them away. People visit websites for information and have a natural aversion to seeing adverts right away. Once you have provided them with useful information, and suggested ways in which they can solve their problems, then you can offer products that can help them, but not before.

I feel like it is the content that should count the most. I have not only seen that a number of times written by people with far more experience, but i have found that wasting my time playing with things that take a lot of work to learn have not paid off as much as my plain old common sense approach to the site: keep it going, nurture it, add to it, and fix it up all the time. The traffic will come. I read a lot of free materials about gaining traffic and when i get a good idea, I try to do at least some of it. That is what led me to e-zine. I read about submitting articles there as a way to get your site out, and i began to do that because it made sense to me.