Don't make the same mistake one friend of mine recently made when hiring a design company to do his organization's website. In this article, we'll discuss four things to consider before you sign the web design contract.
Google. Millions of keywords. Billions of web pages. Competition like never before. So, how does Google (and all of the other search engines) select which page gets ranked #1 for a particular keyword, while another webpage gets ranked #10,567? Although, the exact formula for calculating Google's search engine ranking remains a mystery, there are a number of known factors that contribute to a page's ranking and several more that are debatable. To reach more of your audience, you'll need to build a highly ranked website in Google.
You've finished building your website in one of the popular software programs and now you're ready to take your website public. You may have a domain name (www.yourname.com) or you may not. The question is, what do you do next? How do you take the website on your computer and allow the whole world to see it?
Have you ever searched for the best church logo designs? In many cases these are examples of some of the best and worst logo designs in existence. Does your church have a logo design? Does your church need a logo design?
There are so many choices when it comes to hosting a web site that it can be a daunting task to find a web host that is suitable for your needs. In this article, Starbucks is used as a metaphor for nine of the most important qualities when evaluating the best web hosting companies.
Making your own web page templates has never been easier than it is today. With software like Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Contribute, and Fireworks, you have a number of options for creating web site templates. Rather than outlining the software differences, it's important to understand the basics of web page templates.
Have you ever wondered where to start when designing your website? It can be a daunting task for even seasoned web designers, and yet it often consists of a set of common steps. We've broken it down into the six P's of the web design process.