How? Here it is…
1. Conceptualize the idea. Think about what your future website should be like. What audience will you be catering to? Everything you do must be repeated to fulfill them.
They will visit to get what they need.
Make sure their needs are met. That way they will be satisfied and keep coming back for more.
they can recommend our website to their family and friends if they find it visual and its functional and great.
2. Find a host. Having a host is not that expensive. In fact, you can get one for $70 for two years. However, if you don’t want to spend a single penny.
there are plenty of sites that host for free. The only consideration is that their banner must be placed on your site. That’s a lot for one, isn’t it?
3. Start with your first page. Make a layout and design your first page. It will be better and easy to use if you have basic knowledge in HTML and CSS.
There are hundreds of What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editors out there, but you can use HTML to create a better website. Tutorials are available online.
Use them and apply your knowledge to the web design you create.
4. Edit your page. Track loading and navigation.
Are they doing well? How about web design, is it pleasing to the eyes? Are the fonts legible? Is the content useful? .
Are there spelling and grammatical errors? Better check all these little details. They may be small details,
but they make up the whole site. Be careful when dealing with them. If the page needs to be redone, do it.
It will be disastrous if you display complete garbage.
5. Make the rest of the pages. The goal is to attract visitors, keep them and get more.
Edit, edit, and edit some more. It pays to have everything in order. Never sacrifice the quality of your website. It’s your front line. It is the one that can attract visitors that makes your business sell.
6. Submit the pages to your host. When you’re done with your pages and edits, you can submit them to your host.
Wait until it shows up on the net. Don’t forget to update the site regularly.
You need to be updated so you don’t lose your target market. Otherwise, they will look for better sites that can satisfy their needs.
Surefire Ways To Ruin Any Website
Owning a website gives you certain rights. For example, you have the right to stick your URL on the doors and windows of your SUV in the hopes that someone.
in one of the 7 cars you pass on your way to work will get the urge to visit your website and spend a lot of money.
If You own a website – it’s your right. You also have the right to post pictures of your family, friends, pets, and other completely uninteresting pictures all over your site when it’s yours.
One of the greatest rights you have as a webmaster is the right to make your website successful (and profitable) or launch it like a 737 without an engine or landing gear.
For those of you who despise online success and frown upon the riches of cyberspace, I’ve compiled a list of 5 ways to destroy any website.
1. Make your website as uncluttered as possible
Nothing makes visitors leave faster than a cluttered website that is difficult to navigate.
So if you want people to run away from your website like a rabid wolf, make sure to put as much junk as possible on the home page.
Then make it harder to find links to the rest of the site.
Make sure you have lots and lots of images, forms, banners and popups.
All relevant information should be well hidden and the main focus should appear to be the countless programs for visitors to sign up for.
This should keep any pesky visitors from coming back.
2. Never update your website
If someone were to visit your website today and then come back in 6 months. they should see the same information. Nothing should update.
This will show them that you don’t care about the site at all and that you have nothing new to offer them.
The next time they see your website listing, they won’t even bother to visit. Great!
3. Never ever advertise
Advertising costs money and can drive good targeted traffic to your website.
So definitely never advertise. You can just promote your website through the same tired free programs you have been using for years.
This should get you little to no traffic, and the traffic that does come in won’t be your target audience, so
it’s almost certain they’ll leave without spending a dime. Amazing!
4. Always sell a crappy product
Selling good products online can earn you a good reputation.
A good reputation can get you repeat sales and new customers. You don’t want all that trouble.
So find the worst products you can and sell them exclusively.
This should damage your reputation to the point that no one will want to bother buying from your site
. Also, don’t forget to lie about your product. This will further destroy any credibility you may have.
5. Never answer any questions
If someone sends you an email asking about your website or the products on your website, don’t reply.
Answers can be considered polite and to the point.
You don’t want to get out of it. It is better to delete all emails from people who were interested enough in your website to take the time to send an email.
Hopefully, this will drive them to one of your competitor’s sites and out of your hair.
There you have it, folks. Five great ways to destroy any website.
So don’t blame me if you don’t follow these tips and become an online success story.
I did everything I could to try to help. Now, if you’ll excuse me.
I have to write down the URL that’s spray-painted on the hood of this Ford Explorer next to me…