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5 Features Your Website Homepage Definitely Shouldn't Include

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Your homepage is the face of your website. It's what people see first, it's the page they direct their friends to, and it's the starting place for exploring the rest of your content. Naturally, you want your website home page to be attractive, welcoming, informative, and easy to navigate. There are hundreds of techniques and designs that can achieve all of these goals but even the most beautiful and informative homepage can turn visitors and customers away with one or two major design flaws. Whether you're working out your web design on your own or working with a professional developer, it's important to remember that just because something seems like a good idea doesn't mean the customers will enjoy it. Over the last twenty years, business websites have tried everything they can think of to create engaging and enjoyable homepages. So you can learn from those who came before, here's what didn't work:

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Tips to Increase First-Time Visitors to your Website

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A business need customers, both long-term ones and new ones, in order to continue to prosper and grow. By providing your best customer service, good products, and great services, you can keep your customers coming back again and again. However, it can be a little more tricky getting new customers. One way to get new customers is by using your website to its full potential.

Here are some tips to increase first-time visitors to your website.

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What Every Business Needs from Their Website Home Page

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Every website on the internet has a home page. Personal blogs, poetry sites, photo sharing hubs, and song lyric databases all have home pages, but the home page of your business website is something special. It's not just the first page of your online venue, it's not just a place for links to other parts of the site. It is your primary landing page. 

The home page is where every viewer finds themselves when they enter in your URL. It's where Google sends them when they search for your company and it's where potential customers find themselves time and time again navigating through your website. In other words, it's your primary online contact point between you, your leads, and your clients.

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10 Reasons Your Business Needs a Website

10 Reasons Your Business Needs a Website

After bringing advanced technologies and techniques to businesses for decades, it is surprising how many companies still do not have a website. Unless you are not interested in growing your business, your company does need a website. It is not about selling online, it is about bringing value to your customers. Below is a list of reasons why every Delaware business really does need a website.

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Three Risks of Shared Hosting on the Web

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When you are creating a website, one of the first questions that comes up is the choice between dedicated hosting and shared Hosting. 

Simply put, dedicated Hosting is when your website occupies its own server, independent from other websites and users. Shared Hosting, on the other hand, opens your server up to other sites and creates a community server. 

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