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Linux training Glasgow, Python programming course Dundee

We run training courses so often in Scotland that I don't even need a map anymore, except perhaps a streetmap page showing the roads in the immediate vicinity of the training venue. But how do we reach our potential client base? How do they find out about us?

Firstly, we have good and tailored web resources - if you're looking for a course for a group of 3 or more delegate, we'll run it for you at your offices. You can find out all about private courses in general here, and get a specific quote for a private course in Glasgow here. Just one or two delegates? Not a problem - there's details here. Of Course, we've also got web pages covering our Linux Basics, Linux Admin and Linux Web Server course agenda and many more.

But Firstly isn't good enough - there are two more elements to consider, and they're how to bring people to our web site (Search Engine and Marketing optimisation) and site navigation (how to ensure people land at the right page and can easily navigate to all the information the need. If they want a Python Programming Course and are based in Dundee, they'll need to find the pages that I have provide links to in this paragraph - for private courses, with a quotation, or for public courses together with information about our training centre and where we are in relation to Dundee.

How do we get the search engine placement right? The simple answer is by a lot of hard work, by providing plenty of good content that doesn't get out of date, and by analysing our visitor logs to make sure that we're targetting correctly. There's a whole series of blogs for me to write on EVERY ONE of those subjects?

And how do we get on site navigation right? By providing plenty of logical links, by providing multiple indexes, and by tuning our site for search engine arrivals - we can tell what their search term was, so let's make the links to topics that will be of interest to them bolder, and collapse directory structures on other topics that they've not mentioned in their search. We can even recall what someone used for a search on one occasion, and offer them pages based on their preferences next time they visit the site. Oops - that's yet another series of blog articles I feel coming on!
(written 2006-05-05)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
A101 - Web Application Deployment - Linux -An Introduction For Users
  [3819] Packing a tar, jar or war file - best practise - (2012-07-26)
  [3791] The Kernel, Shells and Daemons. Greek Gods in computing - (2012-07-01)
  [3256] Displaying a directory or file system tree - Linux - (2011-04-22)
  [3179] Oops - I typed ci not vi, and have lost my file ... - (2011-02-21)
  [2831] Recording (a macro) in vi - (2010-06-27)
  [2636] Linux - useful tips including history and file name completion - (2010-02-15)
  [2494] Making Linux Politically correct - (2009-11-06)
  [2479] Accidentally typed ci rather than vi? - (2009-10-27)
  [2300] What does x on a linux directory mean? - (2009-07-21)
  [2299] How much space does my directory take - Linux - (2009-07-20)
  [2203] Always use su with minus. And where do programs come from? - (2009-05-27)
  [2201] Running straight from the jar, but not from a tar - (2009-05-26)
  [1904] Ruby, Perl, Linux, MySQL - some training notes - (2008-11-23)
  [1902] sstrwxrwxrwx - Unix and Linux file permissions - (2008-11-23)
  [1897] Keeping on an even keel - (2008-11-21)
  [1893] Some Linux and Unix tips - (2008-11-18)
  [1803] FTP passive mode - a sometimes cure for upload hangs - (2008-09-20)
  [1764] Yank and Push - copy and move in vi - (2008-08-21)
  [1651] ls command - favourite options - (2008-05-23)
  [1527] Selecting file names in a shell - one word or another - (2008-02-02)
  [1438] Copy and paste / cut and paste and other vi techniques - (2007-11-20)
  [1408] Wireless hotel tips - FTP and Skype connections failing - (2007-10-26)
  [1366] awk - a powerful data extraction and manipulation tool - (2007-09-25)
  [1288] Linux run states, shell special commands, and directory structures - (2007-08-03)
  [1287] Work and play at Well House Manor - Football and Shell Shortcuts - (2007-08-02)
  [1259] Where am I and how did I get here? - (2007-07-05)
  [1068] ls -l report, Linux / Unix - types and permssions - (2007-02-06)
  [1013] Copy multiple files - confusing error message from cp - (2006-12-30)
  [1012] Moving files between Windows / DOS and Linux / Unix - (2006-12-30)
  [984] Cardinal numbers and magic numbers - (2006-12-14)
  [749] Cottage industry or production line data handling methods - (2006-06-07)
  [711] THE home directory or MY home directory - (2006-05-06)
  [703] Copying files and preserving ownership - (2006-04-28)
  [679] More or less on the edge of the page - (2006-04-11)
  [659] Web Application Components - (2006-03-28)
  [593] Finding where the disc space has gone - (2006-02-06)
  [431] File permissions of Linux and Unix systems - (2005-08-31)
  [430] Linux commands - some basics - (2005-08-31)
  [249] An easy way out - (2005-03-17)
  [152] Aladdin, or careful what you wish. - (2004-12-15)
  [74] pushd and popd - (2004-10-05)
  [73] vi - full circle - (2004-10-04)

G403 - Well House Consultants - On site - venues, UK and Ireland
  [4168] Travelling to and from courses - much easier from December 2013 - (2013-09-08)
  [3489] Python courses and Private courses - gently updating our product to keep it ahead of the game - (2011-10-20)
  [3153] Points West to Belfast - (2011-02-01)
  [3065] Pictures from the Birkenhead to Belfast crossing - (2010-11-23)
  [3058] MacBook Air - hardware and system review - (2010-11-17)
  [2956] On site course - travel and accommodation expenses - (2010-09-14)
  [1599] Fresher tutor, better course - (2008-04-03)
  [1200] Training information - England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland - (2007-05-22)
  [910] Helping the miles pass - (2006-10-31)
  [378] A word of admiration for the London cabbie - (2005-07-15)
  [120] Good early morning - (2004-11-16)

Y101 - Introduction to Python
  [4590] Progress on moving from Python 2 to Python 3 - training for both versions - (2015-12-01)
  [4298] Python - an interesting application - (2014-09-18)
  [4118] We not only teach PHP and Python - we teach good PHP and Python Practice! - (2013-06-18)
  [1663] Python in an afternoon - a lecture for experienced programmers - (2008-06-01)
  [1375] Python v Ruby - (2007-10-02)
  [950] Python and the Magic Roundabout - (2006-11-27)
  [949] Sludge off the mountain, and Python and PHP - (2006-11-27)
  [909] Python is like a narrowboat - (2006-10-30)
  [846] Is Perl being replaced by PHP and Python? - (2006-08-27)
  [834] Python makes University Challenge - (2006-08-15)
  [753] Python 3000 - the next generation - (2006-06-09)
  [745] Python modules. The distribution, The Cheese Shop and the Vaults of Parnassus. - (2006-06-05)
  [712] Why reinvent the wheel - (2006-05-06)
  [629] Choosing the right language - (2006-03-01)
  [444] Database or Progamming - which to learn first? - (2005-09-13)
  [382] Central London Courses - Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl, MySQL - (2005-07-18)
  [380] Bridging to the customer requirement - (2005-07-16)
  [317] Programming languages - a comparison - (2005-05-20)


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