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Web 2.0 + 1

I never really hit it off with the Web 2.0 moniker. To me, it was and still is a marketing gimmick that doesn’t reflect the fullness of the second breath the web has taken recently. Version two implies the web has stepped forward. To me, that’s to neglect the fact that the web has not […]

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SEO tips for websites

Here are my top Search Engine Optimization tips for giving your web pages a lift, making your website that little bit more friendly to the search engines and your visitors alike! 1. Sound like your dad: be an authority Authority is essential. You need to speak (well, write) with an air of authority. Talk about […]

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Amazon go web accessible

Motivation is a wonderful thing. Some find motivation within. Others without. Those looking without might often find themselves thrust into the limelight by possible legal action, much like Target.com, for example. And so it goes that Amazon.com is making all of the right noises, if pre-emptive of any possible legal action, which wouldn’t do their […]

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What search engines really, really want from your website!

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is as much about legibility and design as it is the HTML code. Here’s some SEO tips to help you make your website more search engine friendly…

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Should e-commerce websites support Web Accessibility by law?

I recently ran a couple of articles on web accessibility [1] [2] and what emerged was the prospect of much improvement as the web standards become the rule rather than the exception. I say this with confidence because there’s money in conforming to the web standards and web accessibility in particular. My line of reasoning […]