10 Tips and Tricks on How to Order a Website

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10 Tips and Tricks on How to Order a Website

Today every third, if not every second, thinks about his or her own website, the website for his or her company, for selling his or her services, and so on. And sooner or later, many people may decide to order a website.

And that is the point when a PROBLE-EEEM, HU-UUUGE PROBLE-EEEM begins. However, it is unapparent during the initial phases of the process and usually revealed at the latest stages of work.

Thus, dear customers, out of respect to you, we declare that we want you to be on alert and follow instructions. Dear performers (Oh, how much we are fond of ourselves!), especially beginners, especially freelancers, some of the paragraphs are devoted for you as well.

So, here are 10 tips and tricks on how to order a website based on errors, situations, and so on.

  1. Determine in advance the reason why you need a website.

    In general, everything is simple here. Essentially, the task is to choose between options: 'whether it should bring you money' and 'whether it should not bring you money'.

    If it should bring you money. If, apart from your personal information, you also want the site offer any services, goods, etc. (in other words, to involve and bring in clients to you), in that case, a one-time investment is not enough here. After you have ordered the website, you will need promotion (monthly investments) for it to be present on the first page for certain queries in search engines. In that case, you will get both clients and money, and in the end, SEO will not only pay off but also bring you profit.

    If it should not bring you money. If you need the website to provide information about you/your company, for it to be present on your business card, then the most budget option - the website-visiting card - would be enough. This is a one-time investment. Blogs and thematic websites could perform the same function in that case, when you care about the projects, which are not meant to directly earn you money.

  2. Do not choose a random service provider.

    Never ever do this way, even if the firm seems to be nice.

    A real-world example. There was (namely, it still exists at the time) a certain software company, which decided to order an online shop for its needs. Without hesitation, they contacted a web design firm, which was located in the same office building. Everything seemed to be fine; it had its own office with 20-30 employees engaged. Nevertheless, no one had provided a clear performance objective about what it needed to be done, while the performers did not specify what the Customer wanted and for what purpose. During all that topsy-turvydom, they obtained elegant, expensive, but non-functioning website. One year has passed, but so far, the website does not work. This website had been hanging at manufacturer's portfolio for at least six months, and everything was so vividly explained at that, though without any link to the website itself. In principle, they could have avoided this buckpassing, but they let matters take care of themselves.

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