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Why You Still Need a Website Not Just a Facebook Page

One thing that we hear occasionally is "why do I need a website these days, can I not just use a Facebook page?". The simple answer is you can do what you like, but if you want to do well, you'd be best investing in a good website, and also having a Facebook page in your arsenal. Why do either when you can do both?

It should be clarified that this is not a Facebook bashing article, I actually quite like FB for social catch ups as well as for business growth and feedback, not to mention chuckling at witty comments and reminding me of birthdays. However context is everything.

Control & Scope

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Do You Recognize All The Different Types of Website Content?

Matt Sawyer from Datadial wrote a really super blog post on the different types of content used on websites, particularly in relation to SEO:

A phrase that you often hear being thrown about by SEOs is "content is king", Although this is (arguably) true, I think that in many cases this just leads to commercial webmasters blindly adding low-quality content to their websites for the sake of it without really considering if it is beneficial to them in any way.

It is incredibly important to understand that different kinds of content act in different ways and using different types of content in different areas of your website can drastically influence traffic, sales and conversion rates.

Great post, definitely worth a read. Those involved in e-commerce should check out the Firebox example.

ECommerce Website Content For SEO – What is it and are you wasting your time?

(Thanks to Michael Gray for tipping me off about this post)

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Fixing Broken WordPress Website

Hi folks, heres's another free video for y'all. This one  will be useful if your website is broken and you think the cause might be a WordPress Plugin (or even a broken theme) :)

You can see the original in High Def  at Fixing WordPress Whitescreen Caused By Plugins

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