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6 Common Font Categories

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Categorizing fonts can be simple when you know what characteristics to look for.  Here are six common font categories and some characteristics of each: Serif A serif font will have a small line attached to the end of the letter stroke These fonts have thin/thin transition strokes These fonts are usually very easy to read…

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What Is Google Analytics And Why Do I Need It?

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In short, it monitors your website and because we said so.  But if that isn’t enough of a reason for you, keep reading… As stated on Wikipedia, “Google Analytics is a service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about a website’s traffic and traffic sources and measures conversions and sales. The product (Google Analytics)…

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9 Tips for Generating Effective Web Content

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We can build you the prefect website.  It can have all the bells and whistles you’ve ever wished for; sliding images, an announcement section, links to your Facebook and Twitter feeds, site wide search option, hyperlinks, a media library, custom forms, rotating customer testimonials, automatic newsletter systems and the list could go on and on. …

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Utilizing Your Contact Us Page

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As a website owner, you know the importance of providing clear information about your business and services to site visitors. But it’s also just as essential to offer a convenient way to contact you. The Contact Us page plays an integral part of a website allowing visitors, the press, or even potential employees to obtain…

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What is Website Hosting?

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Once your website is complete you’ll need to publish it on the World Wide Web, otherwise no one will be able to visit your webpage; this is where web hosting comes in. Web Hosting is a service provided by a vendor which offers a physical location for the storage of your website, web pages, and…

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What is a Domain Name?

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A domain name is an internet address, like fusionforward.com. Every domain has a corresponding IP address. For example, the IP address for fusionforward.com is 66.147.420.170. When visitors enter your domain name into a web browser, the browser uses your domain name to find the associated IP address and, therefore, the website. People use domain names…

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Static vs. Dynamic

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Of all the various ways you can make a website, your pages fall into one of two categories; dynamic or static. The difference between a static and dynamic website lies in how the site is constructed. Static Pages Static sites are constructed using HTML code only. This means each page is considered a separate document…

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