Post by jhnsteve1677 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 10:21 pm

1. Do not use splash pages
2. Do not use excessive banner advertisements
3. Make sure your website is easy to navigate
4. Make sure visitor knows where they are on your site
5. Try not to use audio on your site

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Post by W.Creater » Thu Aug 04, 2011 8:25 pm

Use a good template or your website
Your site should be user friendly
Content should be original
Don't use more flash, videos in your website
Use sitemap(xml & html)

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Post by budfox » Tue Sep 20, 2011 4:56 am

Check your spelling.

Space your text well as it aids readability.

One font is enough when styled appropriately.

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Post by webpie it. » Sun Oct 09, 2011 6:46 am

Can you give me some tips on my site ;D

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Post by adamscott » Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:04 pm

A good Web design should not be too flashy. You can choose simple design, just make sure it is easy to read through the post. The site must be easy to manage and objects should exist in the high-quality images so that the design will look good.

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Post by Crosby » Thu Mar 15, 2012 4:18 pm

Great tips. I think following tips are very important for webmaster.
1. Create a good Title tag.
2. Create good meta description and keywords.
3. Using H1 tags for targeted keywords.
4. Bold or Italic keywords.

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Post by kaylohn » Tue Apr 10, 2012 4:39 am

Content is King! Period.

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Post by BrandonBenjamin » Tue Apr 10, 2012 1:16 pm

Try to keep your own website simply to let the other people see clearly .

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Post by labeshops » Thu May 17, 2012 10:07 pm

kaylohn wrote:Content is King! Period.
Actually for an online store, I would say the Customer is King!

Everything should be designed with the customer in mind.

1. Make it clear what your site is about from landing on it and from the meta description you use to bring a customer to it. What will they find there? Why should they buy your product?

2. Make it easy for the customer to find what drew them there - break your site up into logical (to the customer, not just to you!) categories, and with opencart, I would add multi-stores, when it makes sense. Don't overwhelm customers with everything under the sun and thousands of categories.

3. Things like payment methods, how to contact you, and other vital info should be clearly upfront

4. Provide details on products (this is where content & originality come in). Know your products and if the manufacturer/supplier doesn't give you a lot of info, research and add your own. If 1000 stores online sell the same products but your site has original, expanded information, yours will rank higher with both search engines & customers. Don't go so far as you have a 1000px long page, but think about what you would need to know if you knew absolutely nothing about your products.

I think we often get too bogged down in what looks pretty to us and works for us...but forget how the customer will view it.

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Post by kaylohn » Mon May 21, 2012 3:31 am

Even for an Online Store,

Content is King! Period. Again.
1. Make it clear what your site is about from landing on it and from the meta description you use to bring a customer to it. What will they find there? Why should they buy your product?
No content. No Meta. Nothing to find. Bad impression. Lost reputation etc etc. Hence, content is King. Customer is right!
2. Make it easy for the customer to find what drew them there - break your site up into logical (to the customer, not just to you!) categories, and with opencart, I would add multi-stores, when it makes sense. Don't overwhelm customers with everything under the sun and thousands of categories.
No content. Nothing to search. No logical separations. Content first then Usability.
3. Things like payment methods, how to contact you, and other vital info should be clearly upfront
No content. Nothing to choose from. No payment method. No content. Why contact?. Content first features Second.
4. Provide details on products (this is where content & originality come in). Know your products and if the manufacturer/supplier doesn't give you a lot of info, research and add your own. If 1000 stores online sell the same products but your site has original, expanded information, yours will rank higher with both search engines & customers. Don't go so far as you have a 1000px long page, but think about what you would need to know if you knew absolutely nothing about your products.
Details IS content and so is Descriptions and so is a lot of info and so is a lot of products and so is a lot of product images and so is originality and so is information and so is so on and so forth, all content.
I think we often get too bogged down in what looks pretty to us and works for us...but forget how the customer will view it.
True. So true.

Content is what ENGAGES. What sells. What makes up your site unique, interesting blah blah blah. So, in my honest opinion, Content rules, Content is indeed King!

Next comes, usability, responsiveness, aesthetics, features etc etc

REMEMBER: Content is NOT Lorem Ipsum and placeholders. Even ready made templates are at times extremely difficult to fill in if you do not have proper adequate content, and with partial or incomplete content the template which seemed as 'the one' would look exceptionally bad.

Consider firing up a mind mapping program and laying out your site ideas onto it. Soon you will find that you lack the necessary content for your ideas. So in reality you actually develop content before you delve on it's presentation, usability, aesthetics and all that.

In my www development and design experience, I now base all my ideas about site development on the content provided by the clients. Hence, I again maintain that Content is King!

Just my 2 cents

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Post by Venus Brown » Tue May 22, 2012 2:48 pm

Beside making design simple to navigate and explore, the website must be having fresh and updated content. I have seen people having many inner pages on their websites. In such condition, they should surely have a direct deep links on their main courses to enhance user interaction.

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Post by SamDaniel » Thu Jul 19, 2012 1:21 pm

Yes you should choose nice and decent template. A website has smooth and easy navigation and don't use much flashes on your website. Last but not the least provide unique and quality content.

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Post by miteshaegis » Thu Aug 30, 2012 6:33 pm

Hello alll !!!!!!!!

Your Site look like simple
Your site must be user friendly
Flash, video use in rare

Thanks!!!!!

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