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Posted 25 April 2013 - 04:23 PM
I feel your pain - I live in the country 75 miles from the nearest Wal-Mart so needless to say I'm not anywhere near a place that'd offer classes, so I'm really confined to what I can find online.
I'm into web development & graphic design just as a hobby, not necessarily to make any money so I prefer free sources. These are my top three favorites that add stuff all the time:
Has both free content and premium content. Click the dropdown next to the logo for other Tutsplus sites including illustrator, photography, web design, wordpress, game development and tons more!
I also look to deviantART for tutorials, walkthroughs, and techniques.
Best of luck!
Posted 26 April 2013 - 07:30 AM
Hey there KittiDS, thanx for the links! The web is so vast ~ I know the information is out there it's just finding it. I will certainly see what they have to offer.
Posted 26 April 2013 - 08:07 AM
I want to learn e-commerce and [possibly] how to get ads on my sites. I've got to look into those lynda tutorials. I've seen them around for awhile.
The most important thing you need to know about e-commerce is "the more visitors you attract, the more you will sell!" Now, to get more visitors, you will need to tailor your content to enhance the details of the products you are trying to sell and if can you accomplish this successfully, you will realize a high search engine ranking for keywords and key-phrases that apply to your product line. Unfortunately, there is no magic bullet to be successful in this area and I would never believe those "I can guarantee you a top 10 Google ranking claims either." So, honestly and details relative to your product(s) is the best place to start. Now, as far as website building goes, the search engines really don't care what your site looks like as it exclusively relies on content to rank it. So, as far as advertising goes, if you are looking to run external ads (like from Google), they can be easily done and they offer a very simple tutorial on how to get involved. I speak from many years of experience in this area, and at one time, I had almost 300,000 web pages indexed and I was making a ton of money as an Amazon.com associate (1997 - 2005); however, the experts caught up with my tricks and the search engines got smarter and I was out of business by 2009. Just an FYI, that I was using a script to extract content and build my webpages automatically. Anyway, good luck.
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