Your Online Foundation

Organizing Your Website Content

This morning I did something that I wish I’d started when I first began writing my blog. I set up a simple table with a column for categories and another for post titles. I debated whether to include one with the date of the post, but since the table is in chronological order, decided against […]

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Using Re-Directs and Anchor Text

I often see business people use long, unnecessary links on their website content, in their emails, and when speaking about an Internet address. Three cases come to mind. I was at a business to business networking event and a man promoted his new Blogger blog to the group. It’s URL was thesitename.blogspot.com. Not too professional […]

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Domain Name Tips

One of the things I’ve noticed a lot of business owners do is to set up a free blog on Blogger.com or one of the other free hosting services and then neglect to register a domain name of their own for the blog. So instead of being able to tell people to go to CarolBremner.com, […]

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Website Hosting Tech Support – Is Yours Easy To Contact?

I’ve mentioned before that I host my websites on Hostgator and how much I like their service. After today, I more than like their service. I was updating this site a short time ago when for some reason all of my content disappeared. After my initial heart failure, I went straight to the chat feature […]

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A Website – Do You Have One?

I often take it for granted that every local business has a website. The reality is that a large percentage still don’t have an online presence. Last week’s Cambridge Times carried a column written by the advisor of the Waterloo Region Small Business Centre. The title, “Website a Must for Business”. Roy Weber, the author, […]

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