Internet Marketing & Sales Articles
Our growing list of marketing and sales related articles is geared towards one thing – YOU. Authors range from the President of Webeze (that’s me) to contributions from all kinds of experts that want to help you maximize your online presence. Our latest articles are listed below or if you’re interested in a particular topic, simply use the menu on the right.
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May 09, 2010
It's been a while since I wrote an article on the process of changing web hosts. However, with more and more companies changing hosts for a myriad of reasons, an update on the process and understanding of the same seems in order.
July 12, 2009
School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean you’re not thirsting for knowledge! And there’s nothing more important when it comes to your website than knowing the answers to the questions below.
May 01, 2009
As I was hunkering down last Saturday morning to begin a productive day of work, my computer suddenly shut down. My attempts to reboot were moot. It simply would not power on. Because I run daily backups of my most important files plus weekly backups of all files (on an external hard drive), I wasn’t overwhelmed with panic, though I was certainly annoyed that my so-called productive day had just come to a screeching halt and looming deadlines would possibly be missed.
March 08, 2009
On occasion, clients have asked how they can edit a website we have created for them. For clients who do not have a maintenance agreement with us or are just trying to save a few dollars, we can understand the desire to be autonomous and have more direct control over their website.
September 19, 2008
With the recent news of Republican vice-presidential candidate Sara Palin’s email account being hacked, it’s time for all of us to take a close look at the passwords we have chosen to secure our online personal information.
February 13, 2007
I live in Arizona, which is one of the few states that does NOT recognize Daylight Savings Time. Trust me, we get enough daylight (sun!) without the aid of DST. But, for those of you who don’t live in the state that boasts over 300 days of sunshine, take heed.
February 12, 2007
One of the most exciting aspects of building a website for a client is when we get to deliver our initial comps to them. A comp is a detailed mock-up of a design or designs that visually represents how the website will look when complete.
February 12, 2007
Up until 2 years ago, I lived my entire life in California where when people talked about rock-n-roll they were referring to earthquakes and not the great music! Because of the frequency of earthquakes we experienced and the anticipation of the next “big one,” many of us had earthquake preparedness kits. That way, if we did suffer from a major earthquake, we had enough supplies to last us a good long while, because just like in any disaster, more people tend to be lost in the aftermath rather than the main event.
July 24, 2006
A domain name, such as web-eze.com, signifies your own address on the Internet. As no two parties may ever hold identical domain names, it is truly a unique identifier of you or your company. It is how your customers will remember you and find you among the millions of other web sites on the Internet.
July 24, 2006
Every website needs a place to call home (Web host/server). It's the place where all of your website files reside so that when a person types in your URL, your website will appear -- and you want to be sure that 99.9% of the time, your site DOES appear when accessed. You also need a host so that you can receive your domain-based email.
July 24, 2006
Whether it's because you've found a better value, are unhappy with the customer support or need a more robust platform, no matter the reason, changing your Web host is an inevitable event in the life of your Website. Prior to making this important move, please review our recommendations below to ensure a complete and (hopefully) hassle-free move...
June 19, 2005
Imagine a restaurant that serves many hundreds of thousands of clients every day. Nobody knows how many clients there really are. It might be millions. Or even billions. They're everywhere.
April 12, 2005
You might be thinking, "Hey, I thought this information was supposed to be about promoting my web site not analyzing my web traffic." But before you hit your back button, learn how analyzing this essential information can not only help you promote your site, but increase your sales as well.