With the advent of the with hosting options offered by many companies, lots of business people feel like they can do anything that a professional web designer can do.
However, web designers know this isn’t necessarily the case and, even for those novices who can create a website, the cost in time isn’t necessarily worth it. So if you are considering running a web design business, there a few things that you are going to need to do in order to convince others to entrust you with their website:
With huge companies like Facebook and Lyft getting hacked on the daily, it’s no wonder you’re concerned about web security.
As a business owner yourself, it’s important to keep your information (and that of your customers) safe. After all, just one small incident could end up costing you plenty of valuable time – and money.
“Beauty is truth; truth is beauty.” Almost two hundred years ago, romantic poet John Keats expressed this sentiment. Its meaning never changes.
It’s also true that beauty products are one of the biggest profit categories in the world. If you want to be involved in this field, then you should seriously consider launching your own beauty channel on YouTube along with an accompanying website. But setting up something like this can be a daunting task that could potentially scare people away from taking the risk.
Does your fitness program include a running community? More often these days, gyms are offering clients the opportunity to work with a running coach, join group jogs, and even track their progress online.
Essential oils have been used by indigenous cultures for thousands of years. As far back as 70AD, in fact, Greek physicians were using plant oils for medicinal purposes. Today, consumers use them to help get a good night’s sleep, stimulate their immune system, or even to clean the bathroom.
If you have a website, you have a call to action (CTA) (whether you realize it or not). At the most basic level, a CTA is a design element that entices the visitor to take a certain action, whether it’s signing up for an email list or purchasing a product.
In the days when print media was king and newspapers dominated the market, the term “above the fold” was coined. This was the top half of the newspaper above where the paper would be folded. When placed on display for potential buyers, the part “above the fold” was meant to draw in the eye with bold, attention grabbing-headlines and shocking images.
People do everything online these days, from banking to shopping to setting appointments. Your wedding guests are no different. Building a wedding website will give them a centralized hub to keep up with all of your big day news (plus, it’s a great way for guests to network with each other before the event).
When you’re setting out on a trip, it’s always best to have a definite plan in place with a road-map (or GPS) if at all possible. This way, wherever you are, every turn and change in direction makes sense. Now try to imagine landing on a website that has no organization and no plan to it. You will quickly become lost down blind alleys and dead ends.