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By Keith Archibald Forbes (see About Us) exclusively for Bermuda Online
A website - not just a Social Media entity, which is not as businesslike - is the principal communications, business development and functional tool of a business or group or individual or organization. Having and using your own website is so important that any business without one may be at a considerable disadvantage. The purpose of a website is to give your association or business or club or entity or organization a functional, useful and profitable presence on the worldwide web (WWW) at a realistic and affordable yearly, not monthly, price. Name it what you want providing you comply with certain parameters (for example, if the exact domain name prefix and suffix you seek have not already been used). Some businesses also have a Social Media presence but it is not recommended you just have a Social Media presence, not a proper website.
In Bermuda, you can quickly and easily apply for and register for your own do-it-yourself (DIY) domain at enormous savings in costs when compared to the costs of creating and maintaining a Bermuda-registered (BM) website from a local website developer. Organizations such as One.com or Network Solutions offer an annual cost instead of a monthly one and includes FTP and lots of other services all included, with sufficient space to give you lots of sub-sites if required. Such websites can be acquired for as little as $60, not per month but per year, when you create, administer, maintain and webmaster them yourself.
If you want your Bermuda-based or Bermuda-relevant website or any of your website's information linked to and/or mentioned by Bermuda-Online (BOL) here at http://www.bermuda-online.org please reciprocate by linking to BOL from your website. When the link is reciprocated - not before - BOL will gladly create a courtesy no-cost-to-you link to your website and show it in our Links and elsewhere too as appropriate. BOL will keep its free link to you for as long as you keep up your reciprocal free mention/description/link to BOL. (If, during the reciprocal linkage period, your website goes off the air or is hacked or is taken over by a purchaser or its URL (Universal Resource Locator, in other words, name), please tell us. If not, BOL's link-hunting system will have to permanently discontinue the non-working reciprocal link).
Mutual or reciprocal electronic or hyper-linkage on a non-exclusive basis, meaning each website is free to link to other websites of their choice too - is more than just a professional courtesy, it serves a uniquely useful purpose. Mutual links quickly and easily allow third party readers to zero in on your organization to get needed information including the times and dates, etc. of your meetings or accommodation rates or other services, from your own site, not ours. Reciprocal links are thus strategically important, yet relatively few websites show a Links section. Often, because they are themselves not familiar with how websites are managed they consider another website to be outdated because it does not name and/or show a link their own entity. But does their website show a link to and mention of the one they claim is outdated?
Once you agree to mutually link, we will also gladly include, if you wish, a brief description of your website. Just email what your website's brief - one-line - description is to our Editor and Webmaster, Keith A. Forbes, see About Us. Please reciprocate by using our one-line description which is "a portal with 145+ unique websites on Bermuda, constantly updated." Plus, if you have a logo and would like us to do so, we'll gladly use it.
If you prefer not to or are unable to establish a reciprocal or cross-link in the manner suggested above but would still like to be mentioned/linked by BOL, there is a cost involved. BOL doesn't handle this, the Royal Gazette Advertising Dept does directly - contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The RG liaises with BOL in placement, positioning, linkage and contact details on our BOL website.
By providing these links, Bermuda Online (BOL) assumes no responsibility for, nor does it necessarily endorse, these web sites, their content or their sponsoring organizations. We electronically link to them for the comprehensive or economically important or relevant or insightful or strategic or information they provide in ways supplementing and complementing this site. Links are carefully screened and checked for relationship and importance to other posted information, significance and timeliness of materials contained on the linked site, and availability of system resources.
When previously-arranged reciprocated links to us from any site are withdrawn without any prior notice, we will do the same, immediately, using our own links-finder software.
There are several types of linkage. They are "text" or "banner" or logo or photo links. Text links, plus a brief (one-line) description, are the quickest. If you'd like us to show your brief description as well as a text link, please show our ours (which is "145+ comprehensive unique websites on the most important aspects of Bermuda.") Banner links are below, with ours as an example. We'll gladly create a link to yours when you create a link to ours.
Our banner link with html code added.
Logo or photo links are fine. Send us your logo or photo link and we'll send you ours. We'll gladly show yours when you show ours, which is.
Bermuda Online's Logo/photo link with html code added.
|About Us. Who operates and owns us.|
|Air Canada. Serving Bermuda.|
|Airlines serving Bermuda. All six scheduled carriers|
|American Airlines. Serving Bermuda.|
|Barngrove Guest Apartments in Devonshire Parish. Nice central accommodation for visitors.|
|Bermuda 1-2 Yacht Race. A famous yacht race to Bermuda.|
|Bermuda Advance facts|
|Bermuda Architecture and Water Supply|
|Bermuda Information for Tourists and Visitors. Parts 1 and 2.|
|Bermuda Citizenship. A thoughtful appraisal, with comparisons abroad|
|Bermuda Genealogy and History|
|Bermuda Government. Our own site.|
|Bermuda Healthcare. Requirements and conditions, of special interest to newcomers.|
|Bermuda History. More than 30 linked files in chronological order from 1500s to the present|
|Bermuda History Blogspot.|
From left, Devonshire and Hamilton Parishes
Each graphic is linked to the Parish website.
|Bermuda-incorporated companies, corporations and Limited Partnerships. Bermuda Registrar of Companies Public Register. Has name, date of incorporation and registration number, no other details.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities A, A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities B, A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities C, A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities D, A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities E. A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities F, A Work in progress to build more information from external resources.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities G-L. A Work in progress to build more information from external resources. File will be split when updates require this.|
|Bermuda-incorporated entities M-Z. A Work in progress to build more information from external resources. File will be split when updates require this.|
|Bermuda International Airport. Our own website.|
|Bermuda Islands. Present & past.|
|Bermuda-connected International Business Executives.|
|Bermuda Online. Ours exclusively, 135 comprehensive web files about our Bermuda|
|Bermuda Physically Handicapped Association. Our own. A complete guide to Bermuda for disabled locals and visitors|
|Bermuda Shorts. Our own site. Attire, dress shorts for business use|
|Bermuda Stock Exchange. In December 2011, a 16% stake in the BSX was purchased by the TMX Group, a $3.3 billion Canadian company, which owns and operates the Toronto Stock Exchange. It also has a majority interest in Boston Options Exchange (BOX) and owns Natural Gas Exchange (NGX).|
|British Army in Bermuda. Our own site. Regiments and units once here.|
|British Army Forts in Bermuda. Our own site. Local forts built when Bermuda was a strategic post.|
|British Airways. Serving Bermuda from London since 1936.|
From left, Paget and Pembroke Parishes
Each graphic is linked to the Parish website.
Society of Bermuda. Celebrating all things Scottish on The Rock,
the Caledonian Society of Bermuda are known for their ceilidhs, St.
Andrew's Balls, New Year/Hogmanay Balls, Burns Suppers and more of the
best events on the island.
|Canadian Forces Station in Bermuda. Our own. Until 1995.|
|City of Hamilton. Our own. Bermuda's only city|
|Tracey Caswell. Canadian author resident in Bermuda. Her two Bermuda books, Tea with Tracey and Twelve Nights with Tracey, are good reads, especially for newcomers to Bermuda.|
|Cruise ship Schedule 2017. With other relevant cruise information.|
From left, Sandys and Smith's Parishes
Each graphic is linked to the Parish website.
|Delta Air Lines. Serving Bermuda on a year-round schedule|
|Eastbourne1.org. One of Britain's most southerly towns. Two disabled Bermudians live there for health reasons and make a point of linking to this site to remind them of home.|
|Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, England|
|Grape Bay Cottages. Paget. Lovely recommended accommodation in central Paget Parish for visitors, superb beach-side location in central Bermuda. With free WIFI.|
|Illegal Imports. All drugs, weapons, offensive materials, etc.|
|Insurance Advantages of domiciling in Bermuda.|
|Internet in Bermuda.|
|Legal Notices from The Royal Gazette newspaper.|
From left, Southampton, St. George's and Warwick Parishes.
Each graphic is linked to the Parish website.
|Martha Myron, CPA, CFP (USA), JP (Bermuda). Bermudian Journalist and Cross Border Financial Planning Specialist. International Consultant on Cross Border Financial Planning: Publications, Presentations & Workshops. provides guidance to individuals and businesses on the tax, immigration, investment, retirement, legacy, and related financial challenges to the lifestyles of international citizens residing, working, crossing borders, and straddling ponds in the North Atlantic Quadrangle: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, and the island of Bermuda, the premier international finance centre. Contact: email@example.com.|
|Nature Spirits and Bermuda's Fairy Kingdom - Teachings of Norina, The Fairy Queen. See http://www.nidaba.fi/index.php?page=e-books-and-videos. Jouko Karkela. A Journey to Bermuda's Nature and suggestions how to meet the elemental spirits there. An introduction to Nature Spirituality. Author from Finland was in Bermuda 2009-2012. ISBN 978-952-67929-0-3. E-book, download from publisher http://www.nidaba.fi. which links to www.bermuda-online.org.|
Island Tours and Minibus Service Ltd, phone (441) 703-3659
beyond Bermuda or 703-3659 in Bermuda, email firstname.lastname@example.org,
offers a Monday-Saturday 9 am to
5pm service, of particular appeal to cruise ship and other visitors.
|Royal Gazette. Bermuda's only daily newspaper and largest-by-far source of Bermuda news, events and community activities.|
|Royal Naval Dockyard History, Bermuda. Our website.|
|Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda. Wedco's website.|
|Royal Naval Dockyard Ships' Crests Walls. Our website. Naval art on Dockyard Walls.|
|St. George's Club. A nice place to stay in St. George's.|
|St. George's Parish|
|St. Georges - Town|
|Senior Citizens in Bermuda|
|Senior Citizens in Bermuda compared to overseas|
|Sports in Bermuda|
|United Airlines. Serving Bermuda year-round|
|US Airways. Serving Bermuda on a year-round schedule|
|US Military Bases in Bermuda to 1995|
|US Military Personnel based in Bermuda to 1964|
|US Military Personnel based in Bermuda 1965 to 1995|
|Water Sports in Bermuda.|
|War Veterans of Bermuda.|
February 14, 2017.
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