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Things to consider when developing a website

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When you establish a business and are bent on developing the perfect website for your company, what are the questions that you need to ask yourself or the web designer?
Is your business area targeted? Is it for a specific area or would you reach out to the wider world?
Who is your target audience? Are they youngsters, adults or business men?
What is the kind of content you need to display on the website? Would it be blogs, product details, history or photos/video content?
Would you require support for special scripts such as PHP?
How big do you estimate your website traffic to be?

All these questions would inevitably give you the answer to various uncertainties that you face during every step of the process of developing your website. While you choose the hosting company for your website, instead of homing in on to the cheapest price range, you may want to dig deeper and check for reliable hosting companies that can assure you the 3 S’s – Speed, Safety and Security. The better you scrutinize before a purchase, the stronger is your choice. Look for host servers that have a steady backup system for your data in case of security breaches (necessary in the present world where hacking is predominant), that do not have unpredicted downtimes that may cause loss of traffic, etc. Shared hosting servers may look appealing to you with lower prices, but if your website anticipates surged website traffic, or increase in bandwidth, shared hosting servers may hinder your usage, uploads and other prime functions that it is not used to. Going deeper into the details and functions, the process of web development may look extremely complicated. But once you have uncovered the intricacies of the process, and if you have the right guidance, you can successfully develop a great website of your own and accelerate your business considerably with the tools of internet marketing.

When you establish a business and are bent on developing the perfect website for your company, what are the questions that you need to ask yourself or the web designer? Is your business area targeted? Is it for a specific area or would you reach out to the wider world? Who is your target audience? Are they youngsters, adults or business men? What is the kind of content you need to display on the website? Would it be blogs, product details, history or photos/video content? Would you require support for special scripts such as PHP? How big do you estimate your website traffic to be? All these questions would inevitably give you the answer to various uncertainties that you face during every step of the process of developing your website. While you choose the hosting company for your website, instead of homing in on to the cheapest price range, you may want to dig deeper and check for reliable hosting companies that can assure you the 3 S’s – Speed, Safety and Security. The better you scrutinize before a purchase, the stronger is your choice. Look for host servers that have a steady backup system for your data in case of security breaches (necessary in the present world where hacking is predominant), that do not have unpredicted downtimes that may cause loss of traffic, etc. Shared hosting servers may look appealing to you with lower prices, but if your website anticipates surged website traffic, or increase in bandwidth, shared hosting servers may hinder your usage, uploads and other prime functions that it is not used to. Going deeper into the details and functions, the process of web development may look extremely complicated. But once you have uncovered the intricacies of the process, and if you have the right guidance, you can successfully develop a great website of your own and accelerate your business considerably with the tools of internet marketing.

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 65%
Usability - 65%

65%

Final Grade

This infographic covers some topics of consideration when building a website. From URL to purpose to tech, each section lists a few points of note as you scope out your site. Because the infographic begins with the section "Things to consider before developing a website" and it doesn't have another title or introduction, the viewer assumes this is the title of the full infographic. It's then a surprise when another section appears, "When Designing the Website". Make sure that your title is descriptive and you include an introductory blurb that shows what the full piece will discuss. Also consider the weight of the imagery in comparison to the text — the large font size and wealth of bullet points overshadows the icons and scenes included here. In all we'd give this a D.

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