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    March 27th, 2012
    Other Design TopicsAdult Traffic Basics
    By AJ Hall

    YNOT – Tours are never perfect. What works for some visitors doesn’t work for others.

    Sales can be maximized by targeting traffic to different tours. The reality of website promotion is that one tour format isn’t going to convert all your traffic, but using a combination of tour styles can lead to more sales.

    These days, the three most commonly used tours are episode tours, tube-style tours and transparent tours.

    A typical episode tour has long pages with a header, footer and “episodes” in between. Each episode contains a title, text description, preview thumbnails ...
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    May 9th, 2011
    Other Design TopicsAdult Traffic Basics
    By Lionel Monardo

    YNOT – Mobile redirection is the star of the mobile market. Its use does not require knowledge of mobile website development, and redirection from an existing website allows webmasters to take a step toward a new market.

    A redirection script provides a solution to help monetize the mobile audience of your website, but it also can be used to optimize and focus mobile traffic. Not all websites can be reformatted for mobile access, because the conversion can be costly. Mobile visitors can be valuable, though, if one can convert them in other ways.

    The user agent
    You probably already know that browsers identify themselves by sending behind-the-scenes information to web servers when a user visits a website. Among the information transmitted is the user agent data referring to browser type and version, along with the visitor’s operating system and when appropriate, device and rendering engine.

    For example, here is the user agent info for the HTC’s 7 Mozart model handset:
    Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows phone
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    February 22nd, 2011
    Other Design TopicsAdult Copywriting
    content/attachments/13495-keyboard-jpg.html YNOT – Growth in computer expertise and an increased need for translated documents in the global marketplace have led to the development of machine translation systems. Machine translations have moved things forward in the translation industry and do serve a good purpose. However, they do not replace human translators.

    To understand why machine translations do not replace human translations, first we must understand how machine translation works. Early computer translation programs employed grammatical rules and a dictionary to produce a translation. The results were not very good, so modern systems use ...
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    January 26th, 2011
    Other TopicsOther Design TopicsAdult Copywriting
    content/attachments/13262-multicultural-jpg.html YNOT – Finding a good localization provider for your website is not just about finding a translator who works in the language pair you seek. Website localization is about appealing to the regional customer, not just insuring he or she is able to read and understand the text.

    A good localization provider not only will understand the rules and grammar of the languages involved, but also have detailed knowledge of the region you are targeting. They will be aware of cultural, political and social situations as well as the language. If the translation team has this additional ...
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    December 9th, 2010
    Other TopicsOther Design TopicsOther Marketing Topics
    content/attachments/12846-languagegifts-jpg.html YNOT – When a company is looking to expand its website’s reach, it should consider whether or not translation is necessary. To answer this question, marketing managers need to consider which countries they already sell to and which countries they are trying to target. They also need to consider the type of products they sell. This sounds obvious, but you would be surprised at the number of companies that do not take the time to think through these questions properly before they put a business case together for website translation.

    Let us look at a few examples at the extremes. First, consider a ...
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    November 24th, 2010
    Other TopicsOther Design TopicsSales Topics
    content/attachments/12708-localization-jpg.html YNOT – When website owners and developers think of website localization, often they consider the top languages in which they should target their website. The top 10 languages in terms of numbers of internet users are:

    1. English
    2. Chinese
    3. Spanish
    4. Japanese
    5. Portuguese
    6. German
    7. Arabic
    8. French
    9. Russian
    10. Korean

    It would be nice if a website owner could have their website translated into these 10 languages and consider the localization task complete. However, those of you who have experience with localization know it is not quite that simple. Culture, product use and language ...
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    November 23rd, 2010
    Other Design TopicsOther Marketing Topics
    content/attachments/12692-color-jpg.html YNOT – In a previous article, we saw how to place a banner in the best manner possible to maximize its profitability. Today we dedicate ourselves to a complementary aspect that is equally important: the colors to use for advertisements.

    Every self-respecting website should be viewed as if it were a sort of magazine. The user is the reader, and the publisher must decide what will work best for his or her market.

    Advertisement color and type are of key importance because they can convice users to spend money, but if used haphazardly or too heavily, they can lead to counterproductive effects. Professional advertising services ...
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    August 29th, 2006
    Other Design Topics
    Article Preview If you are like 90-percent of webmasters, at some point in time you will need the services of a web designer. In order to make the most of your experience and money, there are some basic things you should know before you launch headlong into getting a site designed. These tips will help you to get what you want and need from your designer.1. <b>Know the Goal of Your Site.</b><br /> It's not enough to tell your designer you want a site. If you are hiring a designer, that is a given. You need to be ...
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    December 12th, 2005
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    Article Preview Good customer service is an important part of any successful business enterprise. And it’s no different no matter what product you’re selling, including porn. Providing a good customer service experience can:Enhance the likelihood of repeat business. Think of it this way. Since porn is so abundant on the Web these days, you need to separate yourself from the pack. That means more than just expecting your customer will automatically renew because you have such great content. Remember, there are always plenty of other faces out there who can provide the same thing. If a user has a bad experience, he or she may be more likely to go somewhere else and get similar content.
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    November 26th, 2004
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    Article Preview It’s not the size that counts, it’s what you can do with it! At the risk of igniting a debate over the benefits of being well endowed, I’m using this “little” analogy to illustrate a simple point pertaining to website updates.It’s not the size that counts, it’s what you can do with it! At the risk of igniting a debate over the benefits of being well endowed, I’m using this “little” analogy to illustrate a simple point pertaining to website updates. While you’re boasting about major site upgrades, you may be ignoring little things that can make a big difference.

    As you surf the internet on your faster than light DSL or cable connection, ...
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