What is internal navigation in web design

As a newcomer to online business, one of the first things you need to worry about, long before funnelling traffic and playing strongly to your niche, is the actual website which will house your product or service. Websites are almost literally a dime a dozen in today’s marketplace, and while simplicity certainly does sell, as
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How to use royalty free music in your web videos

For designing and marketing a successful website, nothing beats an entertaining video. Properly formatted, well edited and enjoyable, a video is the perfect method of conveyance. Any message you want to get across, a video can do it. On the upside, great videos keep watchers interested and wanting to come back, so an enthralled base
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What to Look For when Researching Working Websites

Out of the hundreds of millions of websites available online, only an incredibly small fraction are noticed by the public at large. And what’s worse, this small fraction is inherently niche specific, so it becomes even less likely that a website will ever be found. This is obviously why search engine optimization plays such a
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What are eye-tracking studies and how do they help my website?

Since the earliest days of e-commerce people have been trying to understand how they can optimize websites to take advantage of the way people view information on a page. We already know a lot about how people read a page or an advertisement, so it isn’t that difficult to transfer this knowledge to a web
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How do you structure up a returns policy for your retail website

Sooner or later, someone is going to want to return something they bought from your online store. How you handle this process can decide whether or not that customer returns to buy from you again, even after having a bad experience with one product. Your returns policy will depend on what kind of industry you
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What should you write on an About Us page?

Whether your website is a large online retailer or a special interest blog, you will invariably have an “About” page. This is the page that everyone feels they need, and yet people seldom put the right kind of information on it. If your website is a personal blog, there is a good chance that nobody
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Have you taken note of your image sizes? A guide on image compression and how to do it

One of the most distressing moments in a computer professional’s life is when their mother tells them she wants to email them some photos. Unless you have a very high speed internet connection, this means your inbox will be backed up for the next hour as you download six image files that would barely fit
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