Websites for Small Companies
There are many different factors involved in developing a website, and most people are baffled by the technology. This makes the process of creating a site for your company a daunting task. Who should you hire? What should you look for? How do you evaluate the different options? What can you afford?
Websites for all budgets
Everyone knows they need a website, and with all the options available to small companies today, budget doesn't have to be an obstacle. Of course, the old adage, "You get what you pay for" certainly applies here, but not everyone can afford to get everything they want in a website and they have to make compromises.
Looks Can be Deceiving
Most people judge websites primarily by their look. Although a nice design is important, it's relatively easy to create a decent looking site. However, the way the designer achieves that look can make all the difference in whether search engines can find your site and the results you'll get. There are many factors involved in designing a search-engine-friendly site, and it's much more difficult to design an attractive site that's search-engine-friendly.
Behind the scenes of a website
This is the complicated part, but you really should understand a little bit about how websites are built before you decide which direction is best for your company and how much you want to spend. For the purpose of this discussion, I can't address all the different website programming languages and codes, but here is a simple explanation of the evolution of the website design process.
The Google Revolution
Although sites designed with CSS can be just as attractive as table sites, it's much more difficult to achieve the same look without the use of tables. Since the typical website buyer doesn't know the difference, most web designers haven't bothered to learn the new technology and they continue to create table-based sites.
The Mobile Device Factor
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