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Procedure On Starting A Website For Your Business.

For any business in this era and age, the importance of having a website cannot be ignored. A website is one of the ways of gaining credibility. Most people search for products and services online, therefore, having a website is a great thing for your company. The cost of advertising is way higher than t host of having and maintaining a website which has global reach. Having a website is a great way of keeping your clients informed as you can update it as often as you want to. It is really simple to start and run a website despite all the beliefs of it being hard.
The first thing you will need to do is get a domain name for your website. Before choosing the name, you have to ensure that it is available. You can make sure of this by doing a name search on websites that offer this service. Know the cost of buying and registering your domain name. The things you need to remember when choosing a domain name is that it should be simple, unique and related to your business.

Once you get a name, you need to choose the platform and host for your website. The host platform you choose will depend on how tech savvy you are. Do your research carefully on the various types of hosts and choose one that suits you as different host have different charges and advantages.

It is important to outline your website content. Though important, it is one of the most difficult things to do. Simplicity goes a long way when doing this. There are four essential pages that are the standard must have for any business website. The homepage is what comes first. The homepage usually includes the business name, the business location and a short pitch of why the business is unique. After this is the products and service page that provides the details on what the business offers and provides. The ‘About Us’ page is normally there as a way of boosting the business’s credibility by offering testimonials by clients and a history of the company background. A page is also dedicated to the business’s contact information.

Create a logo for your business if it does not have one. Bear in mind that the colors, font and style used on your logo will affect the website design. You can design your logo using the various software available.
The final step is to design your website. Whoever visits your website will stay on it if you do these things. Have a clear navigation so that everyone who visits your website is able to know what your business is about and where to find the information they need. Have call to action buttons as these attract the users eye. People love pages that load fast therefore ensure that your host provider has faster load times.

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