Having a website is an absolute necessity if you run a small business in the Internet age. You have the option of building yourself, but you also have the option of hiring someone experienced (i.e. specializing in small business website design), to do it for you (and relieve a lot of hassle and stress!). Either [...]
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If you have no previous experience, building a website can be a daunting task. There is a lot to consider but everyone starts at the same essential spot. First and foremost, you must decide what it is you want your website to be. Are you trying to help people find good recipes?
Maybe you’re a big automotive buff and want to design a website to help people all over the world get their cars going again. Whatever it is you want to do, you need to be passionate about it. With that first bit satisfied, the real work comes next. Here’s an easy way to build your first website, even if you have little to no idea what you’re doing.
Get on Google
Anyone building a website should be hoping to appear on Google search results pages. Getting your website to show up when people look for it will bring in more traffic and give your business a more professional look and feel. To accomplish this, you will need to do two things.
First, you’ll have to provide visitors some excellent content they just can’t find anywhere else. Make them laugh, make them cry, make them think and most importantly, make it memorable. If people see stuff they like on your website, nothing is really stopping them from sharing the news with their friends, family and co-workers. Everything on the internet starts out small and grows in a similar fashion.