Lutterworth, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 24, 2009 -- With so many businesses vying for attention out there on the web, it is crucial for you to do everything within your power to make your site stand out. Not only does it need to stand out for the purposes of serving your customers, by keeping them interested, but it must also stand out to search engines in the best possible way. On the net your customers are only ever a click away from leaving your site, and The Creare Group are helping you to ensure this does not happen by way of their easy-to-follow, and extraordinarily helpful, weekly video blogs.
This week, expert web designer James Bavington will be illustrating the benefits of PHP Includes Vs. Dreamweaver Templates. When creating a site of any type, web design is of the ultimate importance in ensuring usability and inspiring interest in your visitors. Traditionally, DreamWeaver Templates were an option favoured by many, popular for their ability to identify and embed HTML Comments onto the HTML Pages. They also allow users to update and upload the whole website inside Dreamweaver, making simplicity another benefit.
However, Dreamweaver Templates may result in extra coding, mistakes often occur within use, and migrating project may cause the template to detach from pages. The Creare Group offer a step-by-step guide as to how to use PHP Includes, and are keen to tell their users all about their benefits. PHP Includes are favoured by specialist web designers as an incredibly powerful function that helps to solve one of the classic issues of web design - finding a way to include a navigation list on all of your site's pages.
Further to this handy tutorial, The Creare Group's professional SEO department are also offering a video blog: featuring Nick Rinylo discussing the merits of PHP RSS Aggregators. For those unfamiliar with the basic premise of this function, an aggregator is client software or a web application that aggregates syndicated web content in one location for ease of viewing. They are great for reducing the time and effort required to regularly check for updates on particular sites, and can be installed and used by anyone.
The Creare Group also recommend aggregators as excellent tools for indicating to Google and other search engines, including Yahoo! and Bing, that you have been increasing levels of fresh dynamic content to your website and that you are consistently adding to your searchable index. In this day and age, when internet marketing is so competitive, SEO is often a matter of vital importance in your success.
"PHP Includes and RSS Aggregators are great tools for marketing your site to its highest potential. At Creare, we are proud to offer assistance to any user wishing to venture into these areas." Nick Rinylo, Chief SEO Consultant.
So, if you want to optimise your website, an RSS Aggregator is well worth considering, with a wide range of benefits ranging from simple usability to more complex SEO considerations. There are a number of great sites out there that are fast, easy to understand, and really make good syndication simple to achieve, as demonstrated so well by The Creare Group.