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SEO For Dummies

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  • 26 Sep 2008
From the people that have brought you the “For Dummies” series of books which focus on teaching the general public the basics of numerous types of computer related issues, continue the series with Search Engine Optimization For Dummies. This book focuses on how to increase rankings and placement within the Internets top browsers like Google,

7 Proven Ways to get Your Website on Page 1 Organically & then Convert

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  • 22 Sep 2008
Shawn Moore from ThinkProfits.com gave us some insight to the 7 proven ways to get your website on page 1 organically. He began by explaining that your content, whether it be the text, videos or images, is the first impression your users will get, but those items are also important to how a search engine

So, my AJAX isn’t keeping my computer clean? And my windows platform is running where? A quick helpful guide on “How To Speak Geek”

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  • 03 Sep 2008
A boy is smoking a cigarette casually. The girl next to him gets irritated with the smoke and says to him: “Can’t you see the warning written on the cigarettes packet, smoking is harmful to your health!” The boy replies back: “Darling, I am a programmer. We don’t worry about warnings, we only worry about

Custom 404 Errors!

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  • 10 May 2008
We’ve all seen them when browing websites or even clicking links from search results. The dreaded 404 error rears its ugly head when a website or a specific page related to a site are unavaliable or no longer exist. According to a recent online poll, it is commonplace when encoutering such an error for the

Cal Coast Web Design: A Few Quick Tidbits

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  • 16 Apr 2008
There are some questions that Cal Coast Web Design receives from it’s clients and even prospective clients on a frequent basis so tonight we’ll take some time to answer those questions for those of you who’ve been wondering but have yet to ask. Q. Why am I limited to a certain number of changes during

Websites and Monitor Resolutions

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  • 16 Apr 2008
There are many times clients of Cal Coast Web Design ask us for a “full” paged website, meaning that they want the entire site to encompass the entire viewing area of their monitor. This question and it’s answer can sometimes be both complicated and confusing to those individuals who aren’t very tech savvy. Most webpage’s

PDF’s And Your Website!

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  • 13 Jan 2008
We’ve been talking a lot about blogging lately but now it’s time to shift gears for a bit. Today Cal Coast Web Design would like to talk to you about PDF’s and how they fit into the scheme of things, optimization wise. Most of us have had experiences either reading/opening a PDF file while others

SES 2007 – Duplicate Content & Multiple Site Issues

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  • 22 Aug 2007
…I just have to say before I post this that I KNOW this duplicate stuff is extensive but I am trying to help our virtual assistants, and I just want to get the most accurate notes as possible. Angela will beat me with a stick if I don’t 🙂 There’s a lot to be learned
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