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Web Development Basics: Step-by-Step Guide to Website Design

By Edited Aug 8, 2015 0 0

A lot of web developers believe that it is important to create a website design that appears to be a high-quality site from the day it launches. Unique content that is designed to complement the products or services being sold on a business site are posted with the intention of helping to make a sale. Developers that are new to the world of website design and development that hope to create their own unique design should begin the process by signing up for a domain package for their new website. Once you have a domain package you need to sign up for a web hosting service that will serve your website when you are ready to launch.

Once your website is online and operational it is important to know about the traffic to your website, that is, the number of visitors that come to see your content. It is important to note that "if you build it they will come" does not apply to web design, so it's not like you'll have visitors lined up to see your site on the day it launches. You will very likely not have anyone visiting your website at the very beginning because you still need to market your website to your target audience. This article features a full step-by-step guide to help you learn how to build an effective website to market to your customer base:

Step One - Choose a domain name for your website.

When choosing a domain name it is important to know that the best names include either the name of your branded business or keyword-optimized names that are relevant and simple to remember. Having a domain name that is optimized and friendly to search engine criteria will give you a big advantage over your competition.

Step Two - Choose a web hosting company.

Once you choose a domain name and register your website, the next step is to hire a reputable, high-quality web hosting company that will serve your website to the Internet where it will ultimately be seen by your customers. Make sure to research the various web hosting companies and make sure they will be able to deliver the services you require before hiring anyone to do the job. Hostgator and The Kiwi Web Hosting Company are just a couple of the top-rated web hosting services available on the Internet. Go ahead and look into these services that we have mentioned, or choose another service that will best suit your needs, budget and specific hosting requirements.

Step Three - Design and develop your website.

Either design your own website using a website design software program or hire a professional to design your site for you. Even if you don't have any web design experience there are a ton of resources available to help you pick, choose and customize a unique web design in no time.

Step Four - Market your new website.

Unfortunately a lot of people overlook the importance of this step and then wonder why they don't have any visitors at their website. Despite having a gorgeous, professionally-designed website, top-notch content and resources, they aren't getting a single visitor to their site and for the life of them, can't figure out what went wrong. In order to attract traffic or visitors to your website you need to promote your site, create quality backlinks that lead to your main site and get your URL out there to the masses.

Step Five - Keep it up!

Once you design a quality website and start getting traffic to it, you've got to keep up the good work! You will need to regularly check your website to maintain and improve upon it, and you also need to add fresh content to it on a regular basis to keep it in the top rankings with Google and the other big search engines.



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