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What Are Search Engine Web Crawlers, Or Spiders
Have You Ever Wondered What Search Engine Web Crawlers, Or Spiders Are?:
Web crawlers refer to a software program which 'crawls' or pulls out web sites with relevant data from the Internet or the web. Since this program searches through the web to pull out specific web sites, it is also known as a spider. This spider, while traveling to different web sites read their c...

Mobile Blogging Is On The Cutting Edge
mobile blogging is on the cutting edge:
Mobile blogging is an exciting phenomenon that is sweeping the blogosphere. One of the reasons why a lot of bloggers are attracted to the medium of blogging in the first place is that they enjoy being able to make frequent updates and posts that keep all of their visitors up to speed with current ...

Book Shepherds: Who are they? What do they do? Should you hire one?
Book Shepherds: Who are they? What do they do? Should you hire one?:
As anyone who's courageously ventured into the arena of self-publishing knows-or soon will-there's much more involved in the process than simply sending your manuscript off to a printer, dropping off review copies at a handful of bookstores, and kicking back and waiting for the revenues to roll in...

3 Reasons Why Adsense Is Essential For Content Sites
3 reasons why adsense is essential for content sites:
To know why Adsense is essential for your content sites is to know first how this works. The concept is really simple, if you think about it. The publisher or the webmaster inserts a java script into a certain website. Each time the page is accessed, the java script will pull advertisement...

Custom WebSite Content Management System

Two Level WebSite Content Mangement System


The Two Level WebSite Content Management Program is the first of our advanced  programs.  In addition to all the features available in the  Baisc WebSite Content Management Program  you  will have the  following additional  features:

  • The ability to add sub categories, as many as you want. Within each category you can have as many web pages as you want  limited only by your web hosting plan (disc space allowance). With this version each category is of the same type. Example category parges would be product pages, review/opinion pages, articles, information etc. If you want the ability to mix and match categories with different purposes may I suggest the Multipurpose Website Content Management Program.
  •  Sub category page popularity report. With this administrative report you will see which sub category pages are being viewd the most within each sub category. You will be able to spend the most of your time on those pages that are popular and spend less time on those pages that are less popular. On the other hand if you want to focus your time on trying to improve the popularity of the less popular pages you will know which ones they are.
  • Most Popular Menu. From the above data a menu can be installed that shows which of your sub category pages are most popular. An example would be "Top Ten Most Requested Articles" or whatever the theme of  your website is.
  • Public Comments. On a sub category by sub category basis you will be able turn on or turn off the public comments feature. When on, your site visitors can leave their comments regarding the topic for that sub category.
  • Sub Category Pages Rating System. When turned on your visitors will be able to rate with 1 to 5 stars (or thumbs up or whatever) each sub category page you have written.
  • Public Comments Rating System. When turned on your visitors will be able to rate with 1 to 5 stars (or thumbs up or whatever) each public comment.
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