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Web Marketing Your Business With Linux, Part 2 - page 4

Transferring Pages

  • January 8, 2004
  • By Rob Reilly

Your company web site doesn't have to be the latest whiz-bang technology or horrendously expensive to be effective, especially using Linux. With Linux you can edit your files on your desktop, send them to a Linux (Apache) based server and monitor visitor activity using built in logging functions. Even in a mixed environment, you could do your editing on your Linux desktop and transfer the files to an ISP/Hosting service, without difficulty.

Providing information about your business is what a visitor expects from your business web site. It's really a pretty straightforward process, that can provide a wealth of customers from all over the web.

Rob Reilly is a Technology Writer and Speaker, whose articles appear on LinuxPlanet.com and in PC Update Magazine. He's particularly interested in stories about Linux on the Desktop/Laptop, recycling with Linux and portable computing. He's currently developing seminars on OpenOffice.org Impress, Road Warrior techniques and business web basics. Send him a note or visit his web site at http://home.earthlink.net/~robreilly.

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