Website Design Guide for Private and Business Users - Concepts and Techniques Demystified For Beginners
Ever wondered how websites are put together? Or whether your present website is working as well for you as it should? In this ebook reference gem, Brian Stephens, a website designer and ebook publisher, lifts the lid on the concepts and techniques that can make all the difference to a website's success. More
Ever wondered how websites are put together? Or whether your present website is working as well for you as it should? In this comprehensive website design guide, Brian Stephens, a website designer and ebook publisher, lifts the lid on the concepts and techniques that can make all the difference to a website's success.
The information demystifies this jargon-riddled business and will help even complete beginners brief web designers and hold them to account if the site is not doing its job properly. And for the already computer-savvy, the author leads the way for them to create their own website, either using the Wordpress platform as a content management system or by adopting the most effective methodology for a static website design.
There are suggestions and links to the latest web design training resources that are freely available on the internet and which detail exactly what needs to be done to make a website work. So no more searching for the best resources, they can now be accessed directly from the book.
Subjects covered include: how to choose and register a name for your website; who to host with; how to set a reasonable budget, and ensure you can change or add more content to your website, at will, without paying a designer or webmaster. Then, once it's up and running, you are shown how to get traffic to your website by using the most relevant and up to date techniques for website and blog promotion.
These include, on page optimisation as part of the web design, off page optimisation for website promotion and using social signals, don't worry these terms are fully explained in the guide, but needless to say they cover tactics such as link building and engaging on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.
The book is ideally suited to anyone that wants to create a website for their business or personal use or has had problems getting an existing website organised to meet their requirements.
Existing and future website owners will find this up-to-the-minute guide an excellent point of reference for managing a nowadays powerful business and personal tool. Creating your own website need no longer be the preserve of big business and the most gifted computer technicians. You can have your own website in a matter of days, . . . for a surprisingly low outlay. But read this first! It could save you a fortune, or at least a lot of time.