Web hosting and domain name registration costs have reached an affordable level. Consiquently, many small business web sites are created as a low cost advertising solution. Typically, an initial web site is a few pages in size. The content would provide potential customers whith basic information on products you offer, how to reach you, and something about how you got into the business in the first place.
Let me take on the tedious and complicated tasks of building a custom web site for your small business or even for your fun family photo site. The site building process includes domain name registration, site hosting, design, maintenance, and even training. Read on for a brief explanation on these important steps.
Before putting a web site together you must first purchase a domain name. The domain name should be easy for your customers to remember and short enough to type it quickly in the browsers address bar. Domain names can end with extensions like .com, .net, .org just to name a few. Click here to search for your domain name.
Once you have decided on a name, your new web site will require a hosting provider. The hosting provider will contain the files that make up the site. Features and options offered by the providers can be compared such as price, bandwith, storage size, and supported technologies.
Next, the collaborative site design would take place. Even for a small web site this process needs to be discussed by all of your departments to ensure content effectively represents your business. The site should be welcoming and informative at the very least.
Web sites change with your business. For example, your product page might change when adding new products. I can design the site with special editiable regions and train a designated member on your team to do simple editing.
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