In creating and
maintaining a successful web presence it is necessary to assemble a
collection of web tools that include not only
the tools necessary to create a successful web presence but also the
tools necessary to promote and maintain that web presence once established.
Here is a summary of what information is contained under each category
in this section.
The Domain Names webpage presents information
on domain names and where to register a domain name.
The Design Services webpage presents section by
section information on the basic content that should be included on any
website. The webpage also includes significant information on what
to avoid when looking for a web designer,
a listing of web design services to consider,
and a comparison of some options for
creating a web presence.
The Content webpage provides some examples of
content that can be easily included with virtually any type of website.
Speaking of content, a Shopping section provides
additional content for virtually any type of website while also giving the
website owner an additional source of revenue. As an example of how
a shopping section can add content and value to a website please visit the
Caro.cc Shopping section, which includes links to information
on computer hardware, computer
software, Internet related books.
The Promotion webpage contains valuable
information on how to promote a website once it has been launched.
Also included under the Web Promotion is a set of two webpages
presenting free and paid
methods of submitting website URLs using submission services and
software. Under the free webpage is a set of nearly 450 links that
can be used to submit website URLs at absolutely no charge. Finally, the Web Promotion area includes basic
information on the USENET (Newsgroups) and
how to use newsgroups to build a web presence.
Anybody using the Internet and especially anyone seeking to be successful
with a website should take the time to read the
e-business article included in this section. The article takes
only a few minutes to read, but it provides an excellent summary of our
The Access webpage presents information on
Internet access methods that are developing plus links to two very
popular alternatives to AOL.
The Resources webpage contains not only a
listing of significant webmaster resources websites on the Internet but
also several additional webpages that lists links to targeted webmaster
development topics including Design, Domain
HTML, Search Engines,
and Web Magazines. There is also a
webpage for Miscellaneous resources such as
dictionaries, grammar, and translations. One very interesting
Design resource is a set of two webpages that list all Web
Safe Colors and a set of Web Color Pallet
The Tutorials webpage contains a listing of
twenty-six (26) categories of tutorials on topics including, E-Commerce,
Web Marketing, Web Development, FrontPage, Dreamweaver, XML, and
others. All of the tutorials are free.