One of the most useful and frustrating aspects of web site ownership and maintenance is trying to figure out your site’s traffic stats.  Beyond learning all of the jargon and trying to weed through the over-abundance of information available, if you’ve ever taken a look at your web site’s traffic stats in two different programs (say, Google Analytics and SmarterStats) you’ve noticed that the facts and figures are different.  What?! How can this be?  And how the heck are you supposed to make decisions based on numbers you’re unsure of? […]

What do you do at NetSource Technologies, and how long have you worked here?
I am a website consultant.  It is my job to find the best solution for our clients’ online marketing and web applications.  I started with the company in 2000 as a web designer and migrated into my current position in 2004. […]

Depending on the sources you read or the people you listen to, the humble PCs that help power your business are either the handiest tools invented since the crescent wrench or a sinister cluster of ticking time bombs waiting for just the right moment to blast all of your important business data to smithereens.

While the “smithereens” proponents may have gotten a boost from McAfee’s recent flub of an anti-virus update, the truth of the matter lies closer to the “handiest tools” end of the spectrum. For many businesses, computers are indispensible. Period. So the trick becomes figuring out how to integrate computers into your business without putting your most important information at risk of getting blown to Kingdom Come. […]

If you haven’t yet considered upgrading your business’ computers to the Windows 7 operating system,  this just might be a good time to give it some thought. Windows 7 offers some significant improvements over both Windows XP and Windows Vista that will make the change worth the effort for most business users – and home users, for that matter. […]