In this post, you'll know..
First of all...
– Here’s the thing:
When developing a new website, it is extremely important to test the website and check for functionality, content and design.
Proper quality assurance will help you avoid costly mistakes, broken functionality, and embarrassing errors.
You can use this checklist to double check that the work is high quality and that your launch will be successful with happy ending.
Are you ready?
Let’s dive in:
I’ll walk you through the whole process:
What You Need For Small Business Website Design
Step 1: Register your domain name
Step 2: Your Goals..
Let’s dig a little deeper:
Let me explain:
Before you build your website you need to know what function you’d like your website to perform.
Here’s the point:
Example drive sales, phone calls or downloads? …
This will guide you towards the type of website you need for your business.
Here’s the deal:
You know what?
Step 3: GOOD Content Plan
Here’s the thing:
What content you want to show your customers.
But here’s the interesting thing:
Think of the products or services you offer or testimonials you have.
This will help you how many pages your website will need.
But here’s something really interesting:
Step 4: Look at Your Branding
Have an idea of how you want your website to look like.
It will make the process much easier for you and your website designer.
But remember this:
Look through different websites and take note what you like and what you don’t.
Let's not forget:
Step 5: Hosting
Organise your hosting for your small business.
And don't forget to:
Step 6: SSL Certificate
Purchase your SSL Certificate.
SSL stands for "secure sockets layer".
It creates a secure connection between a visitor's web browser and the server of the company they're interacting with.
This is the point where
See the warning..
SSL Certificate Error Message:
The warning is telling you that you should not try to access that website, because the website's security certificate has expired. ...
Maybe the website owner forgot to renew the site's security certificate.te.
It is no longer secure to use.
It’s easy isn’t it?
Step 7: Images
Keep in mind that with most DIY options, you’ll need :
Your own images.
You’ve got it:
Step 8: Content
Write your own content.
provide your content to the web developer.
But you're probably wondering:
Step 9: Website Functionality
Have you wondered why?
Website functionality is very important.
Is it easy to use it?
Double check the links.
External links open in a new tab?
Responsive design work on all pages?
Site usability been tested on different devices. E.g. Desktop, tablet, phone etc.
Search function work properly?
Fix “404 page” error.
Site been tested in all major browsers?
Step 10: Website Maintenance
Update content regularly for search engines.
Non-profit and organizational websites.
School and church websites.
Personal or family homepages.
Get found on Google.
Make a strong first impression.
Target your ideal customers.
Edit your own website.
See measurable marketing results.
But there’s one small catch:
SEO is Second part.
Why we need SEO.
People can find your website in Google.
Optimise your website for search engines like Google...
Smart, likeable websites designed to get found, engage your customers and generate leads.
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