How to Guides
Webmentor's How to Guides are written in plain English for non-technical business folk who want to get a website or manage a small business website more effectively.
How keywords on your webpage affect your organic search rankings. Know the difference between a paid and an organic listing.
Use the Keyword Planner to optimise your webpages for relevant keywords and improve your rankings in the organic search results.
The speed of your website is a primary factor in getting good SEO rankings. Put your website to the test!
Don't be duped by offers of Unlimited or Unmetered Bandwidth. Find out how to estimate your data usage and more.
Your website is getting bigger and it's taking forever to backup. Chances are you're suffering from the Great Big Image Problem.
The term Domain Name is used a lot. But what is it? And does it include the www or not?
The art and science of how to choose a good domain name. Should you choose a .com or .ie ending?
How to use a WHOIS service to find out if the domain name (.com, .ie etc) you want is available.
Before you set up a Domain Name account, understand the legal significance of the Account Holder and other WHOIS contacts.
You should purchase a Domain Name from an Accredited Registrar. Doing so ensures that you are in the driving seat.
Choosing a good webhost can be tricky. Support is a priority. We'll also discuss some features you don't actually need.
The answer is that there's an option for every budget, including free! We look at those options and weigh the advantages and disadvantages.
Ten simple things to think about before you ring a website firm and ask them: How much is a Website?
There are some great free Google products you can use for your website. First, let's set up a Google Account.
A technical look at cookies and similar technologies, the good, the bad, and what European legislators are doing about it.
How to construct a GDPR compliant Data Privacy statement for a European website. It's not as hard as it sounds!
If you're selling online, then get to grips with the Distance Selling Regulations and what that means for your website.
Email Spoofing is when people receive spam emails from YOU! We discuss how it happens and how to prevent it.