Which FTP Transfer Mode Do I use?
If you are encountering corrupt files when uploading files to your server using FTP, chances are you are using the wrong mode.
This is just a quick ‘nuts and bolts’ post to explain which mode you should use for transferring files over FTP to your host.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol that’s used to transfer files from one host to another over a TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) based network such as the internet.
When you transfer files using FTP you will… Continue reading
What did I do this month?
Daniel here and April held no surprises. I spent most of the month on ‘time-out’ but while away, I also spent some more time on my next product; the Articles, which are nearly finished now. At last count there were over 118,000 articles in over 1300 niches with a download size of over 700MB!!
What else did I do?
Just one new post this month… I had yet more questions this month about current SEO and hopefully this post will help to clear up the confusion which you can read here: SEO best practices… Continue reading
Shopping Cart Basics
How to optimise your shopping cart process and secure your sales.
This is where you will lose the sale!
The research company Forrester asked nearly 3000 potential buyers why they didn’t go on to complete their purchase from a website. The reasons included price, technical problems and personal reasons which included not feeling happy with the over all experience.
There secret to finalising a purchase is; Make it easy!!
I’ve left a shopping trolley at… Continue reading
SEO in 2013: What to do – and what not to do!
Website Optimising – The Basics
It is no harder than it ever was, it is just more specific and these specifics have to be learnt in order to achieve the desired goal, which is a ranking on the first page! In fact, some of the new algorithms from Google actually… Continue reading
What I did: March 2013
A little late this month, but a busy month…
What did I do this month?
Some more ‘time out’ but more of a working holiday as I built two niche sites while I was away.
I love getting away from it all and designing websites. It’s strangely therapeutic. There are many different approaches to this area of a web business but I briefly go through the basic process I use below.
Over the years, I have tried and tested many different ways of getting a website online and the system I use now seems to… Continue reading
Building a niche site
Building a new niche site is not complicated as long as you set a plan, keep to a few simple rules and ‘know’ about the elements you’re going to work with.
If you know about the internet, websites and marketing, you’ll realise there are no secrets to building any site, however, if I had to name just two elements which will make any project work, it would be; Motivation and Volume!
Motivation gets the job done and volume generates the income!
There are many different ways of achieving the same end result and what I list… Continue reading