Is it to provide information, to sell products or to gather together information on prospective customers? Most people use the one website for all three, but it is possible to have a different website designed specifically for each of these tasks with seamless links between them.
Secret #1 cPanel – Make sure you choose a web hosting company that uses cPanel. You would not believe how easy your first website will be if you use this. It stands for Control Panel and allows you to install the best web design software with 1 click of the mouse! The hosting company I use is Hostgator.com – a big American company.
Keywords- Google search engine relies heavily upon keywords, thus making it important for you, the webmaster to include your keywords lots and lots of times throughout your site. It would be wise to include your keywords at least 5-10 times every 100 words if possible. Remember to keep your text sounding natural though, otherwise your visitors will not enjoy reading it.
Once you have decided what aspect of your topic your website is going to serve, check out the competition. Find out what other websites look like using your chosen keywords as your search term on Google. Look at the pages they are using – how many and what type, and how they are advertising. If you are sufficiently advanced, right click on their pages and check out their source code.
Using your sketch as a guide lay out the web pages that will make up your website and start inserting them into the proper areas using the software. Always start with the home page and work your way out from there. During this step it is important that you ensure your pages are linked together so that users can easily get from one page to the next without any problems.
It takes more time to maintain a blog. For most people, creating fresh content several times a week, or even weekly, requires a certain mindset. It isn’t even that it takes so much time to create the material. (Blog posts are mostly very short pieces accompanied by a link.) What takes time is getting into the groove of blogging – and that involves much more than posting to your own blog. It includes visiting other people’s blogs, reading their posts, and commenting on them. It’s not difficult. It just takes time and practice to get into that mode. Email newsletters, on the other hand, don’t carry the same expectation of freshness, so there is a lot less pressure to produce. You send it out when you like – daily, twice-weekly, monthly, or even occasionally.
I don’t use anything else whenever I want to design a website. It’s an extremely simple software to build websites. But simple does not mean it produces mediocre results. In fact, many smart website owners have been using XSitePro 2 over the years and loving it. It’s just that good. You have to try the software to believe it. No more complicated codes to handle in Dreamweaver, no more complex designs and certainly no more delaying your website construction only to lose traffic. Do everything in XSitePro 2 in a point and click fashion. The point is, it’s a very simple tool to use but it produces fast, reliable and professional results!