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Everyone now-a-days has or is getting a website. Websites are quickly becoming the standard for businesses of any size.
You decided you want a website, should you make it yourself or hire a professional?
Amateur sites- sample
Amateurs also rely heavily on WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) programs. They generally use Frontpage and allow the program to create all the stuff that site runs from. Frontpage uses outdated features. Such as
Today, most websites stay away from using them. They instead use flash or other things that look more appealing. Next to the heading is a link to the world’s worst website.
Professional like this one, are hand coded which ensures they are easy to update and met current webdesign standards.
A professional can create a logo and color scheme that matches your target audience. Using the wrong colors on a website can hurt you company image and reduce the amount of potential customers.
Have you seen any amateur sites? Put them in the comments!Category: Site Design | Comments Off on Professional vs Amateur Websites
Can your business afford to be not be on the internet?
That is the single biggest question a business owner must make. Everyone has a website in this day and age. The most unlikely businesses are getting websites, because the potential is limitless for company growth.
Once, you have decided you need representation on the internet there a few other things to consider.
- What do you want your site to do?
- Online store?
- Source of information?
- Will you design your website, or hire someone to do?
- If you hire someone:
- What is your budget?
- Are their designs attractive and how can help you?
- Do they know how to market your site?
- If you design it:
- Are you confident in web design practices or will you use a program?
- Will you market your website?
- Frontpage creates websites that are unappealing in design and navigation. How will you make a professional site?
- If you hire someone:
Next, you begin to answer these questions.
Building a website can be one of the most important things you do for your business. If you do not put the time and energy required to promote it, you risk getting less than what you planned for.Category: Helpful Tips, Hosting | Comments Off on I need a website, now what?