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10 Reasons To Take Web Fundamentals/HTML (CSCI 1450) at Saint Paul College

Read our 10 reasons why you should study web development. Susan Metoxen, owner of White Buffalo LLC, is an instructor in Web Development at Saint Paul College.

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SEO Copywriting for College Admissions

0 As enrollment in private institutions decreases in the US, admissions teams are looking for the best ways to find potential students. College admissions teams across the country are asking, “How can I increase my college admission?” The most effective modern-day strategy for getting your university in front of college-bound students is to enhance your online…

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Up-Sell, Cross-Sell and Related Products in WooCommerce

0 Confused about how to use the Up-Sell, Cross-Sell, and Related Products features in WooCommerce? You are not alone. It can be challenging to wade through the differences among the three options and know which is the right one to use for your products. One of the reasons why WooCommerce is the best eCommerce solution…

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Writing for SEO

0 Quality Writing Helps Your Customers Find You on the Web Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of adapting a website to increase the number of website visitors. Search engines, like Google and Bing, are looking for quality information on a web page in order to decide where to put it in search results….

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Shared Hosting vs. WordPress Website Hosting

0 A website is one of the most cost-effective marketing strategies for businesses. The cost of shared hosting vs. WordPress hosting varies dramatically from $3 to $45/month. You should understand the pros and cons of these different options when choosing a website server. Shared Hosting For $3-$15/month, a website can be placed on “shared hosting.”…

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Choosing the Right WordPress Theme

0 “How do I know what is the best theme for my website?” When I first started making WordPress websites, the advice I generally about choosing a WordPress theme read went something like this: When you make a WordPress website you can either start with one of the free themes or purchase a premium theme….

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Risk Management in WordPress: Techniques to keep your website up and running

0 Do you love the idea that WordPress is open source? That it comes with a built in CMS (Customer Management System) that allows you to make changes to your website without a developer? That so many additional functionalities are capable in the WordPress community…often for free? We all love WordPress! That is why WordPress…

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Shopify vs. WooCommerce

0 Which is the better eCommerce solution? This article compares the two eCommerce systems with which I have had experience, WooCommerce and Shopify. WooCommerce and Shopify are the two biggest players in the eCommerce website market. When I first had the opportunity to make eCommerce websites, I read several articles online to decide on an…

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Which type of website is right for you?

0  WordPress A WordPress website will give you the ability to modify content on your own. WordPress installations include a Content Management System (CMS) that allows administrators to add or change content without knowing how to code.  You and your staff can add content to the website without engaging a web programmer. WordPress is the…

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How can I make a website with my budget?

0 You absolutely can make a website on your budget. Start by accepting the fact that unless you are selling encyclopedias door to door, there is no way around your need for a website. You not only need a website, you need a GOOD website! Your website needs to: Work on your customers’ smartphones Be…

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