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Bottom Right Corner

Anyone can build a web site today, but that doesn’t mean they do it right. When a site is created with the best knowledge at play, it will be successful and popular. If you create a site without doing your research first, it will be doomed to failure. This article will help you determine how to build your site so that others will want to visit it.


The most important research you must do before you ever put pen to paper and create a design is to find out who will make you money. If you are selling something, who is going to buy it? If you are providing content with ads providing the income, not only who will read your content, but who would click your ads? You need to build your website to offer them exactly what they are looking for. For shoppers, the store has to be easy to navigate, offer what they want to buy and make the shopping process quick and simple. Web DesignFor readers, your content has to be new and exciting, and your ads have to match their desires.

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No matter what you are trying to provide online, your website has to be dead simple to navigate. Providing menus in the same spot on every page is an easy way for people to get around. You should also make contact information available in that menu so that your visitors can reach you from any entry point to your site. Don’t forget to include your social media links on every page, at the top right or bottom right corner as this is where most expect to find them.


It isn’t just important to get people to visit your site for the first time, but also to be sure that they return. If the experience of navigating your site is a fun and easy one, they will be sure to bookmark it. Offer them content which they can’t find elsewhere, and customer service which leaves them feeling appreciated. Don’t worry as much about being everything to every visitor, but instead provide what they want from your specific niche better than any other site online.

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Once your website is designed and ready to go, test it. Test it again, and again, and again, every link, piece of text and image. Get everyone you know navigating the site and reporting back errors they find or parts which may be confusing. Get people of all ages and proficiency levels into the site and ask them to pretend like they’re using it as your visitors would. The more feedback you can get, the better your site will be.


These tips will help guide you as you start to build your site. Follow each one by one to ensure you are getting the job done right. Everyone wants a site which is popular, but only those who take the time to do their research will achieve it. This means you are ready to go out and meet all of your goals.

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  1. Francis Reply

    What Is The Relationship Between A Research Hypothesis And An Alternate Hypothesis? First of all, in simple terms, what are they? (Research hypothesis and alternate hypothesis)
    And how are they related? Is the alternate hypothesis an alternative reasoning to the research hypothesis being true? In that case, can you have multiple alternate hypothesis? In which case you would need multiple null hypothesis for each alternate hypothesis
    Or are they completely unrelated?

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    • Definitions
      A hypothesis is defined as an educated guess, while a research question is simply the researcher wondering about the world. Hypothesis are part of the scientific research method. They are employed in research in science, sociology, mathematics and more. Research questions are part of heuristic research methods, and are also used in many fields including literature, and sociology.

      As its name suggests, research questions are always written as questions. Hypothesis are written as statements preceded with the words “I predict.” For example, a research question would ask, “What is the effect of heat on the effectiveness of bleach?” A hypothesis would state, “I predict heat will diminish the effectiveness of bleach.”

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  2. Mindstep666 Reply

    What Is The Difference Between Psychological Research And Sociological Research? I have to come up with a research question for my sociology class and my brain is in knots!! Is this questions – “Do video games have a detrimental effect on children’s educational development?” a suitable sociological question? Or is it psychological as it refers to learning and child development? If it is not sociological, how would I term a question about the effects of video games on education in sociological terms?

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    • Hi Mindstep,
      Your question is probably best thought of as social psychological. Notice the independent variable [video games] is an emerging aspect of western culture. Kids are playing video games a lot in recent years. Notice that the dependent variable [children’s educational development] focuses on individual cognitive development… a psychological concern. BTW, recent research suggests that video games don’t seem to have a negative effect on the cognitive development of children and may actually have some positive results. To refocus on a more sociological level you might investigate how the current educational system is incorporating interactive computer technology into instruction. Regards.

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  3. Jade Reply

    What Is A Really Good Winning Science Research Project? I am in science research and I really wanna win. We have the oppurtunity to win like money and prizes and stuff so I really need a winning one. It has to be a research project so if you can provide me with a list that would be great(; Thanks! I did hydroponics last year so don’t include that!

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    • You could research if the water in your schools/parks contains any toxins or the amount of chlorine.

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  4. TensaiBishounen Reply

    What Do You Think Justifies Expensive Research Projects? What justifies expensive research projects such as the search for aliens? Is there a scientific approach to this issue or is it purely relative?

    If possible, please cite online articles/talks about this topic.


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    • 1. There are many reasons for expensive research project. Some of them are:

      -Potential benefit to mankind

      -Defence of a nation

      -Domination over other nations

      -Human instinct to understand mysteries.

      2. Search for Aliens:
      ———— ————–

      2.1 The last reason mentioned above is insrumental for search of aliens.

      2.2 Many scientists consider extraterrestrial life to be plausible, but there is no conclusive evidence for its existence. Since the mid-20th century, there has been an ongoing search for signs of extraterrestrial life, from radios used to detect possible extraterrestrial signals, to telescopes used to search for potentially habitable extrasolar planets. It has also played a major role in works of science fiction

      2.3 Alien life, such as bacteria, has been hypothesized to exist in the Solar System and throughout the universe. This hypothesis relies on the vast size and consistent physical laws of the observable universe. According to this argument, made by scientists such as Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking,
      it would be improbable for life not to exist somewhere other than Earth.

      2.4 For details, please read:

      3. Please also read sites on the subject at the following link:


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  5. Laura Reply

    How Can I Make My Research Paper Longer? I have to do a science fair research paper that has to be five pages. I am completely stuck right smack dab at four pages. I can’t think of anything else to say! And I have to send it electronically so my teacher is going to see if it is a different size font or anything like that. I just want some tips on how I can effectively expand my research paper.

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    • Add some relevant quotes from the other papers you reviewed in your research.

      Best wishes and good luck.

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  6. Moe Noful Reply

    Research Topic On Jim Crow? Hi,

    I’m conducting a research assignment for my history class. I chose to research the effect of Jim Crow laws on African-Americans. However, I would like to chose a specific era to research in order to make the assignment more effective. I was thinking about the era of World Wars. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    • Research the order given by the president for black service men to perform in combat situations instead of doing remedial jobs.
      research about the first black pilots trained and released from the Tusagee airmen asociation when they said that blacks will never learn to fly planes in combat.
      research the effect and the outcome of black female pilots and black female mail carriers
      research black fighting squads in Italy and Germany as well as the Japanese squads of the american forces in ww2
      research about the firwt black man fighting on the shores of Iwo Jima- my uncle!!!

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  7. Big_birdy1 Reply

    What Is Business Research? The term of business research by incorporating the four words

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    • The business research encompasses a number of activities that are designed to help businesses through information gathering and evaluation. Business research provides businesses with information about their customers, their competitors, and their overall industry. It is commonly used to identify business problems and opportunities, as well as to develop and evaluate the effectiveness of business strategies. Small business owners, because of their usually limited financial resources, have a particular need for adequate, accurate, and current information to aid them in making decisions. Business research can help entrepreneurs evaluate the feasibility of a start-up venture before investing a great deal of time and capital, for example, as well as assist them in effectively business their goods and services. Employing such business strategies as business segmentation and product differentiation would be nearly impossible without first conducting business research.

      Although business research can be costly, it is often even more costly to make erroneous decisions based upon bad or inadequate information. In fact, an average business spends between 25 and 50 percent of its annual business budget on research activities. Conducting large-scale business research in-house is not possible for many small businesses, since it requires a comprehensive understanding of the problem to be addressed, the business, and the application of research procedures. But there is a great deal of helpful information available to entrepreneurs who know where to look, and there are many consultants, advertising firms, and business research specialists who offer their services to small businesses for a fee.


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  8. Cindy Reply

    Difference Between Empirical And Conceptual Research? Whats the diffference between empirical and conceptual psychological research?

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    • Empirical research means that a scientist is performing an experiment to test a hypothesis, some point of a theory or to tell if one of two or more theories are correct. Conceptual research can be musing while sitting in an armchair and probably involves research in the sense of pouring through previous studies and trying to explain their findings.

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  9. Charles Reply

    Criminal Justice Research Proposal? Sample criminal justice research proposal

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      This document has been set up to assist students in preparing the text for their research proposal. It is NOT intended as a document to guide you through your research proposal development, but to assist you in setting out the proposal, in terms of text layout, section headings and sub-sections.

      The Research Proposal is a complete description of the intended research, developed under the supervision of the assigned supervisor. Through the full proposal, the student needs to demonstrate convincingly that the study will make a contribution to a public health issue or problem. The full research proposal must be between 5 and 10 pages and should present the following:

      ?Brief Introduction
      ?Background and statement of the problem (this in the light of a thorough literature review)
      ?Research question or hypothesis, aim and objectives
      ?Study design (type of study)
      ?Study population and sampling
      ?Data collection methods and instruments
      ?Data analysis methods - if applicable statistical planning must be fully addressed, or the candidate should provide evidence that statistics are not required.
      ?Mechanisms to assure the quality of the study - e.g. control of bias, safe storage of data
      ?Study period – Timetable for completion of the project
      ?Participants in the study - all people involved in the study, and the role they play, should be identified.*
      ?Ethical considerations
      ?Resources required for the study, including budget if applicable
      ?Appendices (copy of questionnaire, consent forms, etc.)

      How to use this template:
      The template provides ALL the sections, headings and subheadings that you will require in your proposal, as well as the line and paragraph spacing, page breaks, page numbering, referencing system and referencing styles. You should simply edit the text where appropriate and insert your own text as per your proposal, i.e simply type into the document. Do not attempt to change the styles for the headings or subheadings, and do not attempt to use more than three level headings (i.e A main heading, a sub-heading and a sub-sub-heading).


      If you feel you are sufficiently computer literate, you could add this template to your Templates directory in your Office system files. This will allow you to select this template at any time in the future when you prepare proposals. To do this, go to the "Menu Bar", select File > Save As..., when the dialog box appears, at the bottom, under "save as type", select "Document Template". The MS Office Templates directory automatically appears. You could name your file "Proposal Template" (which should appear as a default in the dialog box, at the bottom, under "Save As"). Your template is now saved in the C:Documents and SettingsUserApplication DataMicrosoftTemplates directory.

      When you next wish to use this template, click on File > New, the "task pane" that appears on the right side of your screen will prompt you to use a template, click on "on my computer...", and from the dialog box that appears, select your template "Proposal Template". This brings up the template with all its saved fonts, paragraph settings etc. Once again, simply insert your text, and this time, save your file normally, and NOT as a template!

      When you have finished typing, then return to the Contents Page, place your cursor on the greyed out section, right click with the mouse, and select "Update entire table"

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  10. Jammy Reply

    How To Write An Effective Research Paper? How to write an effective research paper?

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    • Writing research paper plays an important role in higher education life. Most graduates and postdocs spend much time on writing research paper. However effective research papers need more skill. A professor whose lab have a lot of experience with writing effective research papers said we should not only put down research materials but also present them in a way that interests others in the field and addresses an issue that they find compelling.

      When determining to write a paper on an issue, then it is the beginning of producing a new paper. At this time hesitate to write an abstract or prepare for an abstract at first. It is better I think to conceive your paper before to write, imaging what your paper will be like, determining which part is the key and where to point the creative spot. Now start with the abstract and follow your conception. Ideas may always change in the course of completing a paper but You can adjust the article later.

      There are some skills such as making sure each paragraph has a topic sentence, checking spelling and grammar after the paper is completed.

      The last question of writing a research paper is where you ultimately want to submit it. Now open-access articles become trends. Surveys suggest that open access publications are more frequently cited.

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  11. Moe Noful Reply

    Research Topic On Jim Crow? Hi,

    I’m conducting a research assignment for my history class. I chose to research the effect of Jim Crow laws on African-Americans. However, I would like to chose a specific era to research in order to make the assignment more effective. I was thinking about the era of World Wars. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    • Research the order given by the president for black service men to perform in combat situations instead of doing remedial jobs.
      research about the first black pilots trained and released from the Tusagee airmen asociation when they said that blacks will never learn to fly planes in combat.
      research the effect and the outcome of black female pilots and black female mail carriers
      research black fighting squads in Italy and Germany as well as the Japanese squads of the american forces in ww2
      research about the firwt black man fighting on the shores of Iwo Jima- my uncle!!!

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  12. Brad Reply

    What Is Quantitative Research? What is Quantitative Research?
    Could you also give examples
    i need it in simple terms. e.g not wiki

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    • Quantitative research has results that are on a fixed scale. For example, with temperature, we can say that 80 degrees is 10 degrees warmer than 70.

      This is as opposed to qualitative research where results are inherently relative or non-numeric, such as opinions. Even if you ask for an opinion on a scale from 1 to 10, you can’t say that 10 is twice as much as 5. Two times what? All you can say is one is relatively higher than the other.

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  13. T.L.E. members Reply

    History Of Research? Do you know the history of research? Pls. answer it correctly pls. thanks to the people who will answer correctly

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  14. Britt Reply

    Medical Research Paper Topic Ideas? I need a research paper topic for my critical analysis and composition class. I would like for it to deal with something in the medical field. Ideas please!!!

    Thank you so much in advance! :)

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    • Down Syndrome Research Paper, Breast Cancer Research Paper, Alzheimer's disease research paper, AIDS research paper, Hepatitis research paper, Euthanasia Research Paper, Swine flu research paper, Diabetes Research Paper

      Medical Ethics
      Medical ethics apply to a variety of issues in medicine. Those suggested for further research include ideas such as:

      Is it ethical to experiment on humans, aborted fetuses or animals?

      What kind of care should be given to one who is terminally ill?

      Is abortion ethical if an unborn baby has a defect?

      Should birth control methods be available to teenagers?

      Any help you may need just email me ?

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  15. Frankie1 Reply

    Is This Empirical Or Non Empirical Research? I’m writing a dissertation. The research is qualitative and i’ve proposed semi structured interviews.
    Would this research be empirical or non empirical? i’m a little confused by these terms!
    Also, this is a research proposal so not sure if would be empirical or non empirical?

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    • Empirical research is based on experimentation or observation (quantitative research). Non-empirical research on the other hand is where a researcher can make a persuasive (subjective) argument and can prove her argument without validating data (qualitative). Qualitative research refers to things like interview transcripts, emails, notes, feedback forms, photos and videos. It doesn't just rely on statistics or numbers, which are the area of quantitative researchers
      Your research seems to be non empirical, so qualitative. For your research proposal, I think you can choose which one you want to do. Ask your tutor
      Hope that helps!

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