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10. Work From Home Or Not Work From Home
Should You Work From Home Or Not Work From Home? Consider These First.:
Starting a home-based business or taking the decision to work out of your home is not one that you can take lightly or quickly. This decision needs to be thought through, considered for practical and legal aspects and in tune with your personality. No doubt a lot of people make a good living worki...

08. How to Prepare a Business Plan
How To Prepare A Basic Business Plan For A Small Business Sole Propritor:
There are three most important criteria for measuring success in any venture. Firstly a "Plan" must be conceived followed by objective and clear cut practical steps to achieve that plan. Thirdly it is paramount to blueprint the exact critical path approach to get to your target goal of d...

11. Building Your Online Business Web Site Part 1
First Article On Building Your Online Business Website:
Building Your Online Business Website An online business website has virtually become essential for every business and industry. Whether you sell books, software, hair clips or automotive parts, an online presence has many advantages. If a business doesn’t have an online business web...

14. Building Your Online Business Website Part 4
Do You Want To Know What A Web 2.0 Web Site Is? And Why Should You Build A Web 2.0 Web Site?:
What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 does not imply technological changes in the World Wide Web but in fact the manner in which it connects people and allows them to play an active role in the development and determination of web content. The Web 2.0 reduces the distinction between the producers and the cons...

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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