We understand that when you are launching a new business, website or blog there a zillion things on your plate and this is why you hire out some of the tasks like creating your website and marketing but you can do yourself and your business a huge favour by taking time to personally read each of the webmaster guidelines published by the search engines and directories as part of your website planning. It may take you a few hours but in the long run it will mean the difference between success and failure.
When starting a website or blog we all are on a budget. Been there, done that. But if you want your site to be successful with limited bumps in the road you need to be in control of your web presence, not anyone else. To do this you need to take the time to study the pros and cons of each step you take when building your site from the ground up.
All-in-One web design packages may look like a great deal at first glance, sure, you only have to deal with one person, but are they really such a good deal in the long run? Let’s take a look.
Not everyone is a techy. That is fine. Old fashioned pen and paper and a binder can be used to complete your website planning tasks too. Actually, a binder complete with tabs with of all your information might be easier to work with instead of a bunch of windows open on your computer screen. Use these tools in whatever way works best for you.
To go along with our Website Planning – A Step by Step Guide post, here is a website planning checklist as a guide. It can be used for a website, a blog or as a redesign checklist to refocus your existing site.
Once you have decided to start a website or blog whether for your business or for personal interest there is some planning required before actually building the website/blog. There are various steps to website planning.
Website planning has a process. If you miss any of the steps you will be disappointed at the results in the long run. Follow the steps below in order to gather and build on the previous step.
We often get asked “How much will a website cost?”. This is a very broad question as there are many factors which influence the cost of a website or blog.
Before asking this question take some time to plan your website first. With the information from your website planning will give you the information you need to answer the questions we will ask once you request a quotation.
Deciding to have a website is a big decision and along with that big decision there is a process to go through before the site or blog is up and running.
There is a defined life cycle of a website. The web design process encompasses that life cycle. We walk you through the web design process step by step.