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  • I'm a web developer get me out of here!
    RSS Feed Make a comment about this article I m a web developer get me out of here After half a decade in our spiritual home Technology House there are plans in the works for EDi to move on to pastures new Technology House sits on the fringe of the Salford University campus and has served the team well over the last six years A change is as good as

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/article/?id=8 (2016-02-12)
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  • EDi new website goes live
    relationship with our valued existing customers and also to showcase our work for potential customers The site is effectively a statement of intent to further the excellent reputation that EDi has developed so far We hope that you ll have the time to take a look at the work we ve been doing what people have had to say about our work and maybe read some of our articles which

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/article/?id=6 (2016-02-12)
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  • EDi Content Management System (CMS) released
    Media Marketing Top 10 tips More Posts RSS feed Drag the orange RSS button into your News Reader Use this RSS address with your handheld device More info about RSS News Articles Links News EDi Content Management System CMS released Free photographic screensaver and wallpaper University website content management EDi have moved again Actinic development Selling your products online EDi Email Newsletter Free website evaluation EDi are Business of the

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/pages/news.php?pageNum_aei_news=4&totalRows_aei_news=63&ntype=news (2016-02-12)
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  • opportunities for all says Alex Fenton Digital storytelling Transmedia event at MediaCityUK Basic Web Design WordPress Course Manchester Search and Social Media Marketing Top 10 tips More Posts RSS feed Drag the orange RSS button into your News Reader To speak to us directly please call Alex Fenton on 0161 2954127 or Email Us EDinteractive University of Salford Salford Greater Manchester M5 4WT UK T 44 0 161 295 4127

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/pages/contact.php?q=Comment:%20Wordpress%20web%20design%20company%20Salford%20and%20Manchester (2016-02-12)
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  • opportunities for all says Alex Fenton Digital storytelling Transmedia event at MediaCityUK Basic Web Design WordPress Course Manchester Search and Social Media Marketing Top 10 tips More Posts RSS feed Drag the orange RSS button into your News Reader To speak to us directly please call Alex Fenton on 0161 2954127 or Email Us EDinteractive University of Salford Salford Greater Manchester M5 4WT UK T 44 0 161 295 4127

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/pages/contact.php?q=Comment:%20Salford%20in%20Pictures%20Second%20Life%20virtual%20launch (2016-02-12)
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  • Improving your website and traffic
    you need to get inside the head of your target audience and think what type of 3 and 4 word key phrases your audience may be searching for to find your website Try these steps 1 Start off with say a list of 10 key phrases 2 create a web page devoted to each phrase 3 Make sure there are plenty of instances of the words in the text and headings of the page and web address is applicable 4 Get linked obtain as many links from other relavant related websites 5 Consider starting a links section so that you can reciprocate those links 6 Meta tags not as important these days but still worth doing for sites like Yahoo 7 Evaluate evaluate keep an eye on traffic keyword searches what are people looking for 8 Set up a free Google analytics account for your site as this gives much more info about who is coming to your site and why Essentially a picture needs building up of what people are looking for There is a very strong chance that if all of these steps are followed continuously that traffic will increase to the site Search Engines Pay per click It is possible to pay for listings on the right hand side of the major search engines Google Yahoo MSN Google pay per click campaigns are a good way to get listed on very competitive phrases but although it is possible to set a daily max budget this can get pricey over time 2 Website look and feel 1 Have you got access to professional photographs that can be used on your website or you could use low cost banks such as http www istockphoto com Get some new professional images to compliment the ones there already and float them

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/article/?id=72 (2016-02-12)
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  • Preventing spam from contact forms
    about us here or contact us here RSS Feed Make a comment about this article Preventing spam from contact forms This is a subject which has troubled me for a while You have a contact form on your website but how can you help cut down the amount of blank or random entries you get from it There are several things you can do including validating the form fields detect if there is something in each field or detecting if anyone has put a http in one of the fields which spam often contains All of these things though can still lead to blank enquiries and your form being hijacked for spam One neat way to tell whether your form is being submitted by a human or not is to add a Captcha code You may have seen this on all the big websites It s a little bit annoying to be fair seems like an extra unnecessary step and it is sometimes hard to read etc After a while though Captcha codes become second nature and if it helps stop spam then that has to be a good thing I also wondered how accessible Captcha codes would be if

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/article/?id=53 (2016-02-12)
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  • Free website statistics : Google Analytics vs Statcounter
    used to find your site where they came from what path did they take through your site Understanding things like this will help you build up a picture about what is happening and how you can improve the amount of visitors enquiries or sales that your site gets There are many different statistics packages around The two that this article investigates are the new Google Analytics software www google com analytics Statcounter www statcounter com Both of these packages can be used for free can export their data have web based interfaces and both use a piece of hidden Javascript code to monitor pages so why would you choose one over the other Google Analytics This is a brilliant aesthetically pleasing stats package It has all the bells and whistles you could want and it produces fantastic live graphs using Flash The major unique sell point for this one in my view is the concept of goal tracking and monitoring organic free searches against pay per click campaigns Analytics interface can be a little daunting and tricky to use at first but you soon figure it out with the aid of the help references This package is very much goal focussed so you can track what percentage of your vistors made a purchase or enquiry and focus on improving weaker areas StatCounter This package is simple and powerful The interface does not look as slick as Analytics but it allows at a glance to see things like unique visitors search engine phrases used and even allows you to see the exact path each visitor took through your site It is very powerful and easy to use but the limitation of the free version is that it only allows so much data to be recorded If you check your stats every

    Original URL path: http://edinteractive.co.uk/article/?id=50 (2016-02-12)
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