Building a Quick Flash Site?

Whilst browsing for a designer on some forums, you would be forgiven for your lack of understanding when it comes to prices. Many designers will charge by the hour, whilst some have set rates for a flash site for x amount of pages etc. You can add features like contact forms, and even have the site tied to your Twitter and Facebook accounts for a small fee. However, what if you have an idea for a website, and you don’t want a blog – and you don’t need any bells or whistles?

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HaCkErS – Your New Best Friends

Around three months ago, a site I owned got hacked. It wasn’t anything I did wrong. I simply uploaded the latest CMS for a popular blogging platform, and right away, within 24 hours of it going live, the blog was hacked. If I hadn’t gone to sleep, and stayed awake all night adding patches and plugins to protect the blog for those 24 hours, then I’m sure it would never have been hacked. As it was – I had to go into the SQL and remove all the unwanted problems the hacker had created. Or, more specifically, the hacker’s bot.

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Thinking Small

The very second you buy your first eBook that tells you how to get ranked on Google, or generate millions of visitors to your website, or how to get floods of Twitter followers bouncing around your site, you will be keen to offer the general public the most spectacular product or service possible, and start raking in the money. Unfortunately for most, this story ends with very little in the way of visitors, and can also end up being a waste of money if you are not bum marketing. The way to get ahead is to think small.

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Modify, Then Modify Some More

Keywords are a killer to find if you are in a very narrow niche. They can sometimes lead to a dead end, and push you in the direction of another niche, and this becomes a frustrating, cyclic problem that will not feel good, and it won’t be enjoyable. If this happens on a regular basis, then you will most likely not just be looking for a new niche, but a different business. The truth of the matter is, it can be very simple to actually find a better keyword than the main niche search term, if you have the right ...

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Traffic and Content in One Shot

If you are having trouble working out what to write about next on your blog, then you are not alone. Every week, the estimated 126 million blogs on the internet either get updated with fresh content, or have a writer with blank page syndrome staring at them. It is a very common thing to run out of things to write about, but you can get ideas from Google news, Mashable or Technorati for example, but if you remember when you first started writing your blog, you probably uploaded new content every day, and the words were flowing out of you? ...

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