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How to improve your Website

 

 

 

Here are some tips from my own experience on how to improve a website.  I used Frontpage to start with but there are other web building software you can use like "word" , Dreamweaver  or others.  Once your site is hosted your work has just begun.

 

Here are some great webmaster tools to help improve your site.

 

There are great people out there who care and are more than willing to share their expertise with you.  Ask people to critique your site. Ask your family, friends, and especially cyber friends. The latter are just waiting for you to ask them to critique your site.  Here are two forums that I found very helpful for critiques:  Frontpage User's Forum and Web Workshop.  Go in and try them out!

 

Advertise by sending e-mails!

 

Advertise your site. Send e-mails to similar sites. Your purpose is twofold: one to introduce your site and the other to get feedback.

 

It's always a good idea to learn about other sites.  I wouldn't copy anything but I would try to get the "feel" of another site before I contacted the webmaster. It isn't always easy to find the e-mail on some sites, but  don't give up. Keep searching for it. It will give you a chance to browse the site for the "feel". Introduce your site and ask to be critiqued. You will be amazed at  how helpful other webmasters can be. Everyone was a newbie once and is therefore ready to help another.

 

 

Introducing your site

 

 

Introduce your site, ask for a critique but don't forget to suggest exchanging links. Add a link page on your site and include it in your letters. This is a very valuable offer. Be choosy of the sites you wish your audience to view. It will have a bearing on your site.

 

These are some of my letters of introduction. You are welcome to them. Just don't forget to delete my details and add your own instead.

 

 

Greetings,

My name is Nellie Deutsch. I am an ESL/EFL teacher and webmaster of Nellie's English Projects. I developed NEP to share with other teachers.

Nellie's English Projects are content based lessons designed to provide students and teachers with clear instructions on how to write and present research papers. Students are evaluated for the process as well as for the final product. The site provides evaluation rubrics and clear instructions on how to do the projects. The topics are WebQuest tasks. In addition the site provides many educational resources.

I would appreciate a critique from you. I am continuously developing and improving my site. Your feedback you be of great help.

Here is my banner: http://www.nelliemuller.com/NellieBanner.gif

You may use my link if you find my site useful to your audience. I would be happy to reciprocate the link.

Thank you,

 

All the best,

Nellie Deutsch

http://www.nelliemuller.com

 

 

Greetings,

I love your site. I am sure my audience would benefit from it. My name is Nellie Deutsch. I am an ESL/EFL teacher and webmaster of Nellie's English Projects. I developed NEP to share with other teachers.

Nellie's English Projects are content based lessons designed to provide students and teachers with clear instructions on how to write and present research papers. Students are evaluated for the process as well as for the final product. The site provides evaluation rubrics and clear instructions on how to do the projects. The topics are WebQuest tasks. In addition the site provides many educational resources.

Please add your information to my free for all link page:

http://pub40.bravenet.com/freelink/add.php?usernum=3374107524&cpv=1 (Shorten long URLs)

Here is my banner: http://www.nelliemuller.com/NellieBananer.gif

Thank you,

All the best, 

Nellie Deutsch

http://www.nelliemuller.com

                                                                                            

 

 

Greetings,

 

My name is Nellie Deutsch and I would like to introduce you to my site. The

site is about collaborative writing projects and is free to share.

 

Nellie's English Projects are content based lessons designed to provide

students and teachers with clear instructions on how to write and present

research papers. Students are evaluated for the process as well as for the final product. The site provides evaluation rubrics and clear instructions on how to do the projects. The topics are WebQuest tasks. In addition the site provides many educational resources.

 

All the best,

Nellie Deutsch,

                                                                                            

 

 

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