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Get a professional website up and running quickly and easily with iPage.
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iPage is excited to participate in this year's National Small Business week as a supporting cosponsor! http://ow.ly/SgV430b8cjD

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Learn proven tactics to create blog post titles that encourage users to click. http://ow.ly/osk830b7NUT

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Avoid sending these emails at all costs. 

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Make sure your imagery and content support your company vision. Learn why #BrandStandards matter, and how to create them.

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Goodbye Writer’s Block: Small Business Content Writing Made Fast, Easy and Fun

Research shows only 9% of small business owners think their website content is very effective. But 78% of CMOs believe custom content is the future of successful marketing.

Do you struggle with what to write on your site? Here are 10 tips you can learn in under 5 minutes that actually work:

http://ipage.com/blog/goodbye-writers-block-small-business-content-writing-made-fast-easy-and-fun/

#smallbusiness #contentmarketing #entrepreneur #tipsandtricks #websites #customcontent #writersblock #blogging #WordPress #smallbusinessowners #contentisking #contentsells #marketingtips

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Best DIY Websites, Part 4: How to Add a Shop to Your Site

Welcome to Part 4 of our “Best DIY Websites” series! If you plan on using your website to sell products directly, this article is for you!

While it might seem daunting at first, especially as a beginner in web design, adding a shop to your site is something that our Weebly Drag & Drop Site Builder makes easy. And we’ve made it even easier by giving you step-by-step instructions.

If you’ve chosen a different website builder, there’s still value in reading the steps below as many of the tools out there follow a similar process. So without further ado, here’s how you add a shop to your website:

http://ipage.com/blog/best-diy-websites-part-4-how-to-add-a-shop-to-your-site/

#smallbusiness #entrepreneur #websites #DIY #tipsandtricks #businessowners #mompreneurs #weebly #technology #startups #supportsmallbusiness

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Check out our latest series on "Best DIY Websites!"

Debunking the myth that you need a lot of experience or a lot of money to make a professional business website on your own...one page at time!

Live on today's blog, a complete guide to creating a "Services" page for your site:
http://ipage.com/blog/best-diy-websites-part-3-how-to-create-a-services-page/

#smallbusiness #entrepreneur #startup #DIY #websites #tech #smallbusinessowners #howto #createyourownwebsite #youcandoit

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Best DIY Websites, Part 2: How to Add a Map to Your Contact Page

Maps are now a common feature on many websites. As you’ve probably already seen, the vast majority of maps are dynamic, meaning visitors can change the zoom and move the map around while staying on the website they’re visiting. Oh, how far technology has come from the days of digging the map out from behind your passenger side car seat and tracing your route with a pencil!

But does all of this mean it’s necessary to add a map to your website? And, if the answer to that question is yes, what’s the best way to do it?

Find out the answers, here:
http://ipage.com/blog/best-diy-websites-part-2-how-to-add-a-map-to-your-contact-page/

#smallbusiness #entrepreneurs #websites #bloggers #DIY #websitebuilder #technology #maps #webdesign #DIYdesign

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Introducing our newest blog series, "Best DIY Websites!"

Up first, check out these must-know secrets about your Contact page. Some of the tips might surprise you:
http://ipage.com/blog/best-diy-websites-part-1-creating-a-stellar-contact-page/

#DIY #websites #smallbusiness

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Top 7 Tips to Creating a Stunning Homepage

It can be argued that the homepage of any website is the most important page. It’s the very first impression potential customers will have of you and your brand, and it can turn them away with just one glance. And it’s that importance behind this page that can lead to quite a bit of stress, particularly if you’re not familiar with web design. Not to mention, if you’ve attempted to design your own site already, you’ve probably found that your homepage is one of the more challenging pages to create. Don’t fret — if you follow these simple tips, you can create a stunning homepage in no time. So let’s get to it…

What’s the goal?
The goal with your homepage is to quickly appeal to visitors, then get readers interested in what you have to offer, and almost instantaneously instill a sense of trust in your brand. It has to visually explain what the purpose of your site is, and how you can help anyone who is visiting. Secondly, it should clearly highlight other areas of your site, encouraging visitors to browse beyond the homepage. Finally, your homepage should always encourage visitors to take some sort of action, such as click through to a product page, call you on the phone, or book a reservation from the site itself.

We know, it seems like a lot to ask of one page. But you really can do it with these 7 tips: http://ipage.com/blog/top-7-tips-to-creating-a-stunning-homepage/

#websites #webdesign #DIYwebsites #beautifulwebsites #smallbusiness #entrepreneurs #smallbusinessowners #tipsandtricks #designers #generatetraffic #keepitsimple
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