Tips and Tools Website Resources

The NZS.com Tips and Tools section contains helpful information, ideas and tricks of the trade for webmasters.

Discover Internet tips, tools and tricks of the trade to get your website operating efficiently for your business. Information on domains, hosting and more, this category contains handy hints for webmasters and Internet users.


The First 15 – A Guide To Improving Website Performance

This article is designed to help website operators get a lot of the information they need in one place, when looking to increase the performance, usability and visibility of their website.

Review Your Website And Reap The Rewards

Do you keep an eye on your Web site’s performance? Are you aware of your Web site’s main traffic sources? If the answer is no, then you could be missing out on identifying some very insightful online trends and statistics specific to your Web site.

Video Sharing Services

Video is a great way to communicate with website visitors. We compare some great alternatives to YouTube.

Choosing A Good Web Hosting Company

What defines the best web hosting company to use? Is it price, is it hardware? Find out in this NZS.nz Website Resource.

Twitter Hashtags

The Twitter hashtag has evolved into an innovative way to keep informed of the latest breaking news as well as updates from events, seminars and more.

Free Antivirus Software

Looking to secure your computer? Check out these 4 free antivirus programs.

Top Plugins For Browsers

Check out these popular plugins to boost the power of your web browser.

Email For Work

What does your email address say about you and is your email secure in the event of an incident? Learn about professional email addresses here.

Understanding Search Queries

Before starting any online marketing, it’s a good idea to get some tools in place so that you can measure the affect of your marketing on your website’s visitor numbers. Take a look at the Search Queries article below for some handy tips.

Open Source Versus Proprietary Web Platforms

What are the pros and cons of choosing Open Source over Proprietary?