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One of the best SEO optimized Magento theme
Downloading the theme one can face the problems with SEO promotion. Even good Prima theme cannot contain enough SEO attributes, which will make site optimized for search engines. It requires more specific information regarding the brand, products. And these additional data will tell search engines information of what people group should be sent to site. And failing to create adequate meta tags, headers can ruin site SEO optimization.
Optimizing the theme for search engines, one should start from headers. The main things here are titles and descriptions. They are usually set to defaults, so for producing some effects they should be modified. These ones should be written not for site promotion as they are ineffective now, but for sending the message for customers to describe the page they use.
Being listed in search results one should create the optimal description containing all features, which can attract someone who doesn’t know about the brand. So description should be concise and present maximum of ideas in one text. Such description will draw interest of potential customers and they will visit the site. More actions of customers are depend from a content and site design. One should understand that meta descriptions cannot affect the promotion, so pointless action to use there keywords. Description should be absolutely relevant to topic of page and produce maximum effect on reader.
Other things are related to titles, which should also provide enough information to tell customer what page will be opened with click. Decisive titles, for instance, telling about the some kind of device and bringing to purchase page will frighten customers and they will avoid this site.
Additional SEO feature that site owner can get is available with additional themes created by Shopshark. One of such themes is Prima, specially designed for Magento.
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No Access To Internet ? Few Tips To Make Your Blog Better When You’re Offline : Part 1
I remember few months back I was not able to access internet for 7 days as some construction was going on in my house, I could have utilized those 7 days if someone has told me about the tips that I am going to tell you today to make your blog better even if we do not access to Internet, these ways will help you to improve your blog when you are far away from Internet. Lets start:
Think of brainstorming post ideas
When you’re not able to access Internet, take a pen and a copy and start thinking of brainstorming post ideas and write it in your journal. After you think of any idea, start expanding that article by thinking of more stuff to add in it.
In this way, you will come up with my quality articles and you can make your articles go live when you gain access to Internet.
Update previous articles
If you have a good habit of taking backup of your blog then install WordPress in your local machine and restore all your posts and comments and start reading your previous posts. Update your old articles if you’ve anything new to it and make a list of those posts so that when you gain access to Internet you can make the changes in your actual blog also.
Make a list of un-replied comments
In WordPress in your local machine, and have a deep look into comments, make a list of un-replied comments and when you have access to Internet use that list to reply to those comments.
Improve your blog design/theme
If you’ve a backup of your blog theme/template, open it in your local machine and have a deep look on each design element and if you think that your blog theme is missing something, make changes to it to make your blog theme perfect. Do read my latest Essential Blog Element Series.
Write an eBook
If you’re away from Internet for a long time say 7-8 days, you can also write an eBook or create a short report so that when you come online you can share that report with your readers. If you lack post ideas you must read my articles that will help to come up with many eBook topics:
Top 10 Ways To Get Post Ideas
Best Way To Gather New Ideas & Information For Your Next Article
Simple Tip To Get Post Ideas
Prepare a list of questions for interview
Recently I interviewed Joost de Valk who blogs at Yoast and decided that I’ll try to take interview of some famous bloggers in my niche. You too must adopt this habit and if you are away from Internet, you can prepare a list of some good questions for interview.
So, these were few tips and working ways with which you can make your blog better even if you’re offline or have no access to Internet. I know, I might have missed many points and I am eagerly waiting for your ideas and thoughts so that I can add it up to my list.
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Franchisors are always looking for that magical ingredient to propel their business toward greater profitability. In 2005, many are finding magic in the Internet, as email, laptops, PDAs, SmartPhones, and other mobile communications devices become a regular part of both business and personal life.
Whether an Internet cafe, providing free Wi-Fi (wireless networking) connections to its coffee-drinking, croissant-munching clientele; a gaming cafe, catering to younger customers unable to afford the hottest new games or pricey systems to run them; or the Internet business center, where small and home-based entrepreneurs can use expensive software, fast machines, and related printing, copying, and communications services-there's plenty of opportunity out there to profit from using the Internet and Wi-fi to serve an increasingly mobile, computer-literate public.
The industry is still relatively young-and ripe with opportunity. Popular use of the Internet is only about 10 years old, although the first Internet "cafe" reportedly appeared in 1991 in San Francisco: SFnet, a network of 20 coin-operated computers with a dial-up Internet connection over a 2400-baud modem. We've come a long way since the Internet jukebox, and it may seem that Internet cafes and gaming centers are springing up faster than IPOs during the dot.com boom. But as they catch on with the general public, there's ample room for growth.
Just ask Debora Shockness, a 20-year IT veteran. In September 2005, she opened the first Screenz Computing Center, in Farmingdale, N.Y. "Screenz provides a great working environment where people can rent access time using the latest software and peripheral equipment so they don't have to purchase and install them on their home computers," she says. Customers "can do just about anything they want on a computer-from searching for a job and printing a resume to scanning and manipulating photos to downloading music for their iPod."
Or take Krystal, the mini-hamburger fast food chain founded in 1932, which launched its first "Krystal Hotspot" in 2003. Customers at an increasing number of its more than 450 restaurants across the southern U.S. (185 franchised) can use its hotspots for free Wi-Fi Internet access.
Wi-Fi service is sprouting up everywhere. McDonald's offers it under a "Bites or bytes, we do both!" slogan. Truck and rest stops offer it for travelers. Coffee shops such as Starbucks, Javaology, It's a Grind, and Bad Ass Coffee provide it. Panera Bread and other sandwich and food franchises have added it to their menus.
Another "hot spot" in this booming segment is not business or food, but play: computer gaming cafes or centers. What began as an addition to the coffee and computer-based Internet cafe has morphed into a segment of its own, offering state-of-the-art computers and consoles and the newest games, set up for individual or group play in a retail environment.
In the second half of 2005, the CyberLAN Cafe & Gaming Center was busy gearing up to sell franchises. In the interim, the company was offering a smaller, lower-cost version, the CyberLAN Signature Center, with an option to convert to a franchise when the legal steps were complete.
But for all those customers who travel with their own Wi-fi-enabled laptop, PDA, or cell phone, there are dozens more who don't. For this market, some forward-thinking entrepreneurs are opting for the Wi-fi kiosk. While these are found primarily in airports and busy hotels today, don't be surprised in a few years to see these Internet kiosks in malls, large retail chains, convenience stores, and other high-traffic centers, providing access to email with the swipe of a debit card-or perhaps a handful of quarters.
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