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2012 Inexpensive Effective Cheap PC Security Antivirus PDF Print E-mail
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Rate
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Use
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Value for
Money
Overall Price
Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011
10/10 5/5
5/5
5/5
5/5
5/5

$45.95

ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4

ESET NOD32 Antivirus

9.5/10
2/5
4/5
5/5
2/5
4/5

$39.99

Panda Antivirus 2011

Panda Antivirus Pro 2012

8/10
3/5
3/5
4/5
2.5/5
3.5/5

$31.99

avast! Professional Edition

avast! Professional Edition

8.5/10
4/5
4/5
4/5
4/5
3.5/5

$39.99

BitDefender Antivirus 2012

BitDefender Antivirus 2012

9.5/10
2/5
2/5
5/5
2/5
3/5

$39.95

McAfee AntiVirus Plus 2012

McAfee AntiVirus Plus

8.5/10
2/5
3/5
4.5/5
2/5
4/5

$49.99

AVG Anti-Virus 2012

AVG Anti-Virus 2012

7/10
4/5
4/5
3/5
4/5
2.5/5

$31.99

F-Secure Anti-Virus 2011

F-Secure Anti-Virus 2012

8/10
3/5
3/5
4/5
3/5
3/5

$39.99

ZoneAlarm Antivirus + Firewall 2012

ZoneAlarm Antivirus + Firewall 2012

8/10
3/5
3/5
4/5
3/5
3/5

$29.95

Webroot Antivirus with Spy Sweeper

Webroot Antivirus with Spy Sweeper

8/10
3/5
3/5
4/5
2/5
3/5

$39.95

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$39.95
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$79.95
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$59.99
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$54.99
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$69.99
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$59.99
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$49.99
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$59.99
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$34.95
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# of PCs Protected (1 Yr.) 3 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 1 3
Antivirus/ Suite Certifications Average (%)
AV-Test Nov/Dec 2011 Protection 100 100 83 83 92 92 67 58 100 100
AV-Test Sep/Oct 2011 Protection 92 92 92 83 92 100 67 67 92 100
AV-Test Nov/Dec 2011 Repair 83 100 67 75 67 83 50 42 83 50
AV-Test Sep/Oct 2011 Repair 92 100 50 83 83 67 75 42 58 33
AV-Comparatives Protection Rate July 2011 (%) 99.1 98.2 98.6 95.2 99.3 99.2 97.7 98.2 98.9 NT
VB100 (recent x/10) 90 70 NT 90 NT 100 100 100 80 80
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Be aware of these common pitfalls when designing your site:

• The home page does not quickly tell you what the Web site is all about. You should be able to visit the home page of any Web site and figure out what the site is about, what type of products it sells, or what it is advertising within five seconds.

• The poor use of popup windows, splashy advertising, splash pages (pages with neat animations and sound but which you have to watch for five to ten seconds before you are taken to the real Web site), and other Web design features that draw interest away from your Web site, products, and/ or services.

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• Believing that because you have a Web site, you have a marketing campaign or overall marketing and advertising strategy. You need to understand that your Web site is not your marketing strategy. Your Web site is just a part of your overall marketing strategy, depending on your business goals; for example, if you have a successful restaurant but want to advertise and promote your business on the Web. Creating a Web site is great, but if it is not promoted and advertised, no one will ever find it. By passing out business cards with your Web site URL embossed on them, you are using a traditional marketing campaign to promote your Web site. If you offer a downloadable/ printable coupon from your Web site, you are successfully using your Web site as part of your marketing strategy to meet your goal of increased restaurant sales.

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• Limit the number of graphics on your Web site so that you don't overwhelm your site visitors with "graphics overload." Don't use animated GIF images on your Web site. These were cool ten years ago, but in today's professional environment, they are just another "loud," annoying distraction that site visitors don't want to see.

• Don't use Microsoft's themes (built-in design templates) when creating a Web site with Microsoft FrontPage. While FrontPage is bashed on a regular basis, we stand by the fact that it can be used to design great Web sites.

• Don't incorporate frames into Web site design. The use of frames within a Web site will drive customers away faster than anything!

• DO incorporate the proper Web site design elements to ensure that your Web site is ready to be found by search engines.