SEO Tips To Help You Start Your Internet Marketing Campaign

There are tons of free SEO tips found in various sources in theInternet. Freelance writers and SEO specialists have taken these tips in consideration when they create web content, articles, blogs and other related materials. For most Internet marketers, these free SEO tips will help them achieve the rank that is sought in popular search engines.

To begin, SEO is growing in the web and rules do change often. Many companies have used SEO as a medium to attract potential customers as well as create awareness to the business. Realistically, there is no definite answer to what are the secrets of SEO algorithm. However, there are simple SEO tips that are able to provide answers to this question.

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Why WordPress is the Best CMS to Build Your Website

According to W3Techs, almost 55% of the 1 million most visited websites that are run on a content management system (CMS) are run on WordPress. WordPress is a darn fine CMS and is stable and easy to use, but so are Joomla and Drupal. So, why does WordPress have the lion’s share of the top 1 million websites?

This article does not set out to prove that one CMS is “better” than another. WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and dozens of other platforms are mature, stable, great CMS’ that can do a fantastic job in most cases.

Market Share

As a point of reference, at Gravity Switch, about 50% of our projects are in Drupal and about 35% in WordPress; the rest are in other CMS’ or written by hand in PHP or built on a framework such as CakePHP, Django or Ruby. Some of you might be squirming in your seats asking, “But why don’t you just use [insert your CMS of choice]?” The answer is simple: blind luck.

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10 Principles Of Effective Web Design

In order to use the principles properly we first need to understand how users interact with web-sites, how they think and what are the basic patterns of users’ behavior.

How do users think?

Basically, users’ habits on the Web aren’t that different from customers’ habits in a store. Visitors glance at each new page, scan some of the text, and click on the first link that catches their interest or vaguely resembles the thing they’re looking for. In fact, there are large parts of the page they don’t even look at.

Most users search for something interesting (or useful) and clickable, as soon as some promising candidates are found, users click. If the new page doesn’t meet users’ expectations, the Back button is clicked and the search process is continued.

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