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WordPress Rocks! Joomla Sucks!

A Comparison chart for WordPress and Joomla:- WordPress Joomla Simple and easy to learn for a new user Complicated and has a steep learning curve Small Installation Size (around 10MB) Bloated Installation Size (around 30MB) Very quick installation and configuration Takes time to install and configure Better and Efficient Code Lousy and Inefficient code It

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Tips for Addiction Treatment centers for online presence

People are using the world wide web platform for selling their products and services online. And it gives you the right method and processes for reaching out a wide range of people and connecting with the right ones. And when you are already offering your best services to your client, it is very much essential

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The Google Algorithm in 2015: Future Ranking Factors

Getting to the top of the SERPs ain’t easy. With over 200 factors in the Google ranking algorithm, it’s hard to stay on top of what factors actually influence rankings. I want to give you a leg up heading into the new decade, so let’s take a look at some factors that may end up

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Paypal has blocked all payments to and from India.

Money transfer to India being one of the major issue of Indians from decades was worsened yet by the blocking of all Paypal transactions to and from India. A few paypal account holders payments have been returned to the payee’s while a few have received an email that the money transfer will take time to

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Measuring Success

Measuring Success:Business Website The means of measuring the success of a business Web site are decided using the ‘Business Analysis’ section of the development life-cycle of a business Web site. More traditional metrics include: An increase in market share An increase in sales The proportion of sales coming from the e-commerce section of the Web

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Why Open source?

All software has source code. Open source software grants every user access to that code. Freedom means choice. Choice means power. That’s why we at technofacia believe open source is inevitable. It actually returns control to the customer. You can see the code, change it, learn from it. Bugs are found and fixed quickly. And

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Web Site Information Architecture models

A toolkit of a few basic patterns (or models) that describe solutions to common IA problems. One or more of these patterns will naturally apply to many information architecture problems. These may serve as off-the-peg solutions, or as helpful descriptive shortcuts during the design process. All-in-one This is the simplest possible model. Everything goes on

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CMS Website Content Management System

That means that you can manage your own content from your end, through an administration system that is part of your website. This site is the perfect solution for most medium to large scale businesses websites. Why? Because it gives you the control over the content and graphics. Customers and search engine like new content

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Let Blogs do wonders for your business

You have heard about it quite often. You know very well about it as well. But did you know what wonders they can do to your business? Yes, I am talking about our very own Blogs! The word that’s seen almost anywhere and everywhere now, with its popularity and admiration only increasing by the minute!

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Should I redesign or fix my website?

I heard this question from a business owner the other day: “Should I redesign my site or can it be fixed? The site wasn’t creating sales nor was there as much traffic to it. When the site was built, they had it optimized for the search engines. However, they did little additional online marketing. The

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