The Measure of a Website
The measure of a website is not in the number of pages but rather in the quality of the content- and that you even have one of course. You can have a relatively small website (5 pages or less) be extremely effective both from a branding standpoint, but also a conversion standpoint. We’ve seen this in landing pages for years, but when we are talking about a website, I am often asked how big should it be?
Why choose ColdFusion?
If you are a professional web developer or an amateur looking to spice up their website you should know there are more options than PHP or ASP.NET to script interactive web pages. Adobe ColdFusion has been around for more than 10 years and is ideally suited to all levels of skill. I am pretty passionate about this topic because of the way ColdFusion has changed my life. I went from playing around with HTML to professionally building complex web based applications in a short period of time. Some of the stuff anyone can do with ColdFusion is amazing and simply a standard feature of the software.
Natural Search Engine Listings
I hope to be able to have time to elaborate on this topic in the near future, but for now I have composed a few bulleted points to keep in mind when trying to get natural search engine listings. After all, this is the best kind of advertising for your business- FREE. They are in no particular order and all equally important.
I got off to a late start getting ColdFusion 8 installed across our shared web servers, but now that it’s here- I have to say that I am really excited about some of the new features. Most especially there are a handful of new/upgraded tags, .NET integration, and built in MySQL compatibility.