SOLVING -YOUR- PROBLEMS
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
AI for the Enterprise
You’ll need to choose and register a Domain Name for your website: i.e. mystartup.com. So many domain name registration services to choose from. Which one is best for you?
What’s the best Top Level Domain (TLD) name available to you and which should you choose; .com or what?
You’ll need to choose a website hosting service provider: So many hosting services and different hosting fees to choose from. How will you choose which hosting service is bet for you?
Should your type of website be hosted on a Windows OS server or a Linux OS server?
Should your website be hosted in the “cloud” and why?” What is the cloud anyway? There’s so many cloud hosting services to choose from. Which is best for you?
What type of website is actually best for your business at this point in time? Is a “brochure” website all you actually need to market your business, to describe what your business offers, to show where your business is located and how to contact your business? Will a geolocation map be neccessary?
Will you be writing and publishing articles and need a blogging website? Will you need to be uploading and publishing pictures and other content yourself? Who creates and optimizes that type of content?
Do you need to sell products or services on the website? If you need ecommerce does it change all of the decisions you’ve made so far? What software should you run on –your– computer when you have a business website?
And what about the database? A brochureware site does not need a database but –all– other types of websites typically do. Can –you– manage and maintain a database?
What is FTP anyway and why will you need it? What software will you need on the hosting service servers to run your type of website? What software can you use that will be free? What are plugins and why might you need them? Are plugins free or will you have to pay for them? Will you really need to pay for multiple plugins with annual subscription fees?
You’ve heard of WordPress and you’ve heard of BootStrap. Which is best for your business? Do you have –other– choices that may be better for you to use for –your– type of website?
Should you buy a ready-made themed template website and modify it or should you design the whole website from scratch? Why?
How will –you– set up and configure email on a web server so outgoing email doesn’t get sent to a Junkmail folder? How many emails will you need to send out from your website anyway? If your business is going to use email for a newsletter or marketing is it going to be best to send email formatted as HTML or simple text?
How is your website going to get found by people searching for the products or services you offer? Do you have the time to learn and implement SEO for the entire website?Do you have the time and technical skills to fix stuff when the website gets broken? What will you do if perchance your website is hacked?
NOW ARE YOU READY TO CALL ME FOR THAT NO-STRINGS ATTACHED CONSULTATION?