In this throwback to summer 2018 I’m sharing my top tips for creating a website whatever your budget.
Since then I’ve been asked many times and in many different ways how you should go about getting your first website. It can be a really stressful time and financially risky. You want it to be perfect and if you outsource you have to put your trust and money in someone else.
There are many many website horror stories out in the business networking world and for good reason. It doesn’t mean all website sellers are out to con you or even that it’s their fault when it goes wrong but it does mean you need to take this purchase and process seriously.
I’ve created The Ultimate Guide to Your First Website. It’s a comprehensive breakdown of the steps involved in creating your first site plus the pros and cons of doing it yourself vs buying it in.
I walk you through everything you need to think about and do to successfully navigate the creation of your first website including:
- Figuring out if you actually need a website
- Deciding whether to outsource
- How to select the right website partner
- Understanding and managing the website creation process
- Creating the content for your website
- Getting to grips with hosting, security, domain registration and SEO
Having created this website myself and worked with web developers on projects small and large with budgets from £400 – £40,000 I’ve learnt a thing or two about why websites go wrong and how to give yourself the best chance of success.
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Includes how to outsource and project checklist for success!
Do you have a question on creating your website? Creating your content? Or about the tech involved? Let me know in the comments 🙂