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Getting Ready to Have a New Website

BY: anney mickey | Category: Technology | Submitted: 2010-07-31 21:00:45
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Article Summary: "There are lots of steps you can take to ready yourself prior to finding a company to design your web site. If you can be better prepared, your site will be online faster and your business will be helped even more..."

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Before you choose which company will design your site, you need to do some things to get ready. It is true that a stitch in time saves nine, and you'll soon find that by preparing early allows your site to be finished earlier and helps your business improve sooner. Look carefully at the cost of creating a web site. Prices range all over the board from one business to another one, and this is the reason that you must request prices and shop around. Web design companies will be able to estimate what you'll need to pay for a site that fits what your business needs. You should never put out more money than you can afford in getting up a website. Money wasted on site generation could be better used somewhere else to grow your business, and could take many years to recoup.

Take the time to peruse the companies' portfolios. The work they've completed for their own customers should show you if they are a company you would like to employ. You can always contact some sites who used the company you are looking into and ask their opinion on the quality of work. You must have your site content prepared as soon as you choose the company to create the site.

Your business is a mystery to the web site design company. They can't create the content your site needs. Be ready with the content you want to use and start to collect any media or images that will be needed. Some design companies will be more than happy to generate new graphics for you, but remember they aren't experts on your business, nor do they know exactly what you want included on your site.

Get a keywords list ready. These will lead potential customers to your site when they do a search online. Using the word 'boat' or the phrase 'boats for sale' would make sense if you have an online boat dealership. Entering those words when using a major search engine would bring up your site.

Check into the charge for updating the content on your site. Most companies will quote you a monthly or hourly rate; choose according to how many changes you think you'll need made. You could also see about having a content management system built into your site. Then you can change the content as often as you'd like via your personal web browser. This can cost a lot of money, but could be cost effective for your company. Getting all these things available in the first stages of having your Web site developed will make certain that your site is finished in a shorter time span and that your site is developed according to your exact requirements.

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