After successively going through all the stages of site creation: the previous one, the designing one, and the development and testing stage, the new site is finally hosted. But the work on the site is still far from complete. And although the site is already present on the Internet, no one knows about it yet. Therefore, the last stage in the process of creating sites for their promotion and promotion.
In order for as many people as possible to find out about the new site, you need to actively advertise the site on the Internet. You need to register your site in catalogs and ratings, leave entries in guest books, on thematic forums, in blogs, and place ads on electronic Bulletin boards. Continue reading
Can I create a website myself? What is better: creating a website on your own or creating a website in a web design Studio?
Develop a website concept, exclusive design, write all the necessary software codes, register a domain name for the site and place the finished site on hosting – these are probably all the main stages of creating a website independently. But are they as simple as they seem at first glance?
The first stage is the concept development of the site. If you immediately start creating “beautiful images”, then further development may reveal that the structure of the future site does not fit into these “drawings”. We have to change and Supplement the original project. Continue reading
Creating an organization’s website has its own characteristics. The organization, if it is a non-profit organization, does not set its main goal to make a profit, which means that the development of the organization’s website has other goals than, for example, the development of the site of a commercial enterprise. So, what are the features of creating an organization’s website?
A non-profit organization is an organization for which the extraction of profit and its distribution among participants is not the main purpose of its activity. Such organizations include various foundations (social, charitable, cultural, educational), public associations, associations and unions, religious organizations, and political parties. Continue reading