• Guidelines for successful school website

    Before we designed our 1st school website, we did thorough research to determine what the demands for a successful school website are. What parents, teachers and learners are looking for in a school website? We looked at various school websites, spoke to parents, learners and old-scholars of different schools and had various meetings and discussions with teachers and members of school governing bodies. The lack of regularly updating ...

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  • Why should I have a website?

    1. Your competitors are already on the Web. They're attracting the people who could be YOUR customers! What frustration, because you know that your products and services are superior to those of your competitors! Running a business? Then a website and email is as important as having a telephone, cellphone and fax. 2. Your customers and potential customers are already searching the Web. Even as you ...

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  • 8 Ways to Get Traffic for Free

    Getting traffic is one of the most important factors for a successful website. What is more, you can't get traffic once and then just reap the benefits. It is an ongoing task and you must be constantly doing it, if you want to get traffic and keep it. Here are some of the ways to get traffic for free: 1 - Optimize your site for search engines. Search engines ...

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  • Computer Room Upgrade

    The Sjoon IT technicians recently did a full Computer Room upgrade at a well known primary school in Bellville. The upgrade included 18 new workstations (computers), server, laptops and wired & wireless network setup.

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  • Email – POP3 vs IMAP

    When you need to check your email on the server, there are 2 different protocols POP3 or IMAP available to use. Depending on how you utilize your email, one way might be more preferable to the other for you. POP3 vs IMAP With POP3 (Post Office Protocol) this would be the same as simply going into the post office, removing everything in your post office box and taking it home ...

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