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In Web Design 102 we covered in detail the steps in selecting the proper color scheme and theme for your website and customizing it to best fit your business needs.
This is chapter 3 in a series of lessons on designing, populating and managing a professional web presence on your own. In this chapter we are going to get into the nuts and bolts of a website’s structure, what it is, and how you can best manage and update the format of your website for improving user experience and results.
Every so often we like to feature an Easy WebContent Site Builder user on our blog. These are real businesses and non-profits from all walks of life who have worked hard to establish their organization and using Easy WebContent have stamped a footprint that better reflects and promotes their brand and services on the world wide web. We recently talked to Alex Camarena Burdier from Virtual Adgency, a Web Agency specializing in severals activities that are related to advertising, graphic design, and online marketing.
It’s clear beyond doubt that the internet has great potential and that anyone who capitalizes on the growing popularity of the internet by having a website will benefit. As a result, businesses of all sizes are rushing to create a website and own their own portion of the internet, but one question most businesses fail to ask is “what is the point?”
As a business, every decision you make should have a particular business end goal; why should you have a website?
If you haven’t thought about it before then I’ll be clear; just having a website won’t add more money to your pocket nor will it bring you more business. Your website should have a focus on adding more to your business and here some of the most common reasons why your website most probably won’t bring you business: (more…)
No matter how great your website is, for it to succeed and be a core part of your business it’s important that some things are in place; this article will be sharing 5 things your website should have no matter the situation: (more…)
Professional web designers have their place in the world of Websites. They can bring value to established businesses for those who can invest $3,000 or more to have a custom web site built.
But for everybody else, there is Easy WebContent Site Builder. A Site Builder created specifically to serve the needs of everyone else: which likely includes you. So you can create a professional presence on your own, without any programming knowledge and avoid the need to hire a professional.
Best of all, Easy WebContent Site Builder goes beyond many of the cheap cookie cutter Site building solutions on the market. It gives you a foundation to start from (elastic themes) as well as total control to make your website your own. To fit your needs, your style and your requirements.
With the internet age truly in effect, there’s hardly a business, small or large, that does not have an online presence. Having a professional, well developed and regularly maintained website has become an integral part of any organization’s fundamental needs. Citing this need as an opportunity, several web development applications and website management systems have been developed that aim to simplify website designing and enable common business users, with limited technical web development knowledge, to create and manage their own websites. A prime example of such applications is WordPress, one of the most popular website development and content management systems (CMS) on the internet. (more…)
In Web Design 101 we covered the components that make up a web presence, and overview of how you can select the proper theme that can serve as a great starting point for your new website.
This is chapter 2 of a short series of articles about designing your own website and taking charge of your own web presence. By the time you go through these articles you will transition from a novice to a professional and in turn be well on your way to designing, populating and optimizing your web presence.
In this chapter we are going to dig further into customizing your website theme and tips on achieving a professional website format.
Every so often we like to feature an Easy WebContent Site Builder user on our blog. These are real businesses and non-profits from all walks of life who have worked hard to establish their organization and using Easy WebContent have stamped a footprint that better reflects and promotes their brand and services on the world wide web. We recently talked to Shawn from Speak Out Publishing, a publishing company for new and upcoming writers.
For most online businesses the only place, where they can create an impression on their customers, is their company website. It plays the same role that an office building does for offline businesses. Just like an intimidating corporate workplace, a thoughtfully designed website may alone be enough to seal many sales deals for you. Therefore, as a freelance writer it is imperative that you utilize this contact point as effectively as possible. Your website may be the difference between you getting $20 or $200 for the same article.
Here are 20 reasons why you, as a writer, just cannot afford to go any further without your own website. (more…)
Can I create a professional website myself?
This is part 1 of a short series of articles about designing your own website and taking charge of it. By the time you go through these articles you will go from a novice to a professional and in turn be well on your way to designing, populating and optimizing your web presence.
Read this series of short and easy to understand tutorials and not only will you be able to create a professional web presence but you could save thousands of dollars in web consulting fees and last but not least take charge of your own web presence.
So let’s get to it:
1- Domain Name
This is the address to get to your site (yourdomain.com). You can register this anytime from any registrar such as register.com and point to your site when you are ready to publish it. It’s cheap and typically costs ~$10-20 per year.