Where to Search For the Best Website Designer

There may be a hundred designers online, but when it comes to searching for a creative, veteran and an affordable website developer and designer it appears as if there is a huge dearth for good design companies or individual developers. In case you are in search for a Website Development Australia company that offers impeccable and incredible designs at affordable prices, then you might be facing turmoil these days. It is indeed a bit difficult to find a good website Design Australia firm, but definitely not impossible. By the time you'll finish reading this write up, you'll find out the best design firm that will cater to your needs brilliantly.

The need and importance of magnetizing and interesting designs is increasing every minute with the surmounting competition. If you are planning to build a website then make sure you hire nothing but the best website designer for developing your website. A good website designer will not only give your website a very interesting layout but will definitely help you in making it more visitors friendly. For all this to happen, you'll have to first search for a good website designer. The best place to search for website Design Australia is Google and other search engines.


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Is SEO or Networking More Important?

It came as a surprise to me to learn the other day that SEO, Search Engine Optimization, is often considered to be the only way to get noticed online. While it would be wonderful to see your site on Page One of a search engine, I believe that beyond certain limits, SEO is a waste of time and money for most of us. In the mania for SEO, a lot of us are forgetting good old fashioned networking.

In the early days of the internet, before ecommerce became the focus of everyone's efforts, the sharing of information was the primary goal of bloggers and website designers. The first HTML website I created was for a rockclimbing club I belonged to. The site was a phenomenal success, as well as a joy to build and maintain. I didn't know the first thing about SEO at the time. In fact, I'm not sure the term had even been invented. So how was my site so successful?
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Generating Traffic Through Article Marketing

Article writing is fast growing as more and more people are understanding the concept of generating traffic through it. Making the simple idea work requires some hardwork. You must understand the needs of your customer and create articles accordingly.

Typically at the bottom of the article in most directories you have a small place holder to put in your information called article resource box. You update your squeeze page link address there. So if someone was actually interested in your article to read it till the end, there is a good chance that they would click on the link.

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Congratulations to MySherpa on their Grand Reopening

MySherpa just moved to new offices outside of Newark, Delaware.  We've known Greg and his team for several years.  It's been great to see their success over the past 10 years to get to where they are today.  The new office space is great and should lead to great things from "Basecamp."

We hope to work with MySherpa going forward as our business models seem to fit well together.  Stay tuned as we see if something develops.

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Microsoft, Adobe, Google and even some DMVG stuff...

Throughout this interesting week, things at DMVG have been progressing along nicely.  But first, let's talk about the news.

Microsoft's Sidekick environment had a major problem this week loosing about 800,000 clients data.  A later report stated that it was recovered.  Whether or not it has been restored is another issue altogether.  While we're on the Microsoft topic, a recent report stats that Windows 7 should fare better than Vista on corporate PCs. Well, duh... after corporations spent money to upgrade hardware to be ready for an operating system they would eventually NOT upgrade too.  And yes, that's what the article was about... hardware readiness.  Lastly in the Microsoft camp, it was patch week.  And wow... Microsoft and Adobe really did things up.

We saw the Battle of the Smart Phones taking off.  But at the same time, we also have to recognize that state of the mobile web is getting sadder. We're just glad we use iPhones and that they include a "mostly full" browser so we don't have to use the mobile web.

Microsoft wasn't the only one losing users' data, Apple seemed to have that problem too.  Apple's problems didn't end there.  The TimeCapsule product is also enjoying a bit of poor press.

Even the usually unflappable Google had issues, this time with a purchased product.  Postini suffered delays.


In DMVG news, we've been working very hard for a couple of high impact clients to build a newsletter system.  Yep, we think it's time to revisit this old topic.  As you can guess, we're doing it better, faster and stronger than we've seen anyone do it yet... so stay tuned.  Hop on the mailing list for more.  Register for an account at Delmarva Group and you'll be kept up to date.

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