There are many BENEFITS to having your own website. The most obvious one being that it is the most cost effective way to advertise your business or product to the world.
Compare the price of a website to that of advertising 7 days a week in the local newspaper or radio. While these media channels have been around, it is a known fact that their audiences are limited to your surrounding area. Now think "Worldwide". Your site can work for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week around the world.
Even if you think your business is too small or localized to advertise on the Internet, your website can be targeted to reach a regional area and bring potential local surrounding clients to you.
The best time to develop a mobile presence for your site is upon the initial development or redesign of your main site. We can create a responsive design that will work on desktops, tablets, and phones. Developing your site for all platforms will reduce the need for costly app development. Your site will be developed specifically to handle all screen sizes thus making it useful for users both at their desk and on the go.
WebMark Art optimizes your site for search engine placement during the development phase. The inclusion of relevant content on your site that reflects the potential search phrases people actually use.
Remember, more hits are not necessarily better that better hits. If your product or service is localized to a specific area, does it help you to get hits from the other site of the world? We can fine tune your site to target your specific market regardless if it is a global organization or a localized small business.
We strive to optimize your site for the best possible ranking within the search engines, but there things you can do to help yourself.
Promoting your business is the fastest and easiest ways to bring people to your site. Include your site address and email address on all marketing material including letterhead, business cards, and print ads.
Consider having a Links & Resources page on your site that will provide visitors with valuable related information from other sites. Ask these sites to do the same and link back to your site. Select search engines consider how many other sites link to yours and this can have an inverse affect on your search engine rankings.
There are many places to check the availability of domain names. You can try searching for the domain you wish to use on domain registration sites such as www.GoDaddy.com or www.NetworkSolutions.com. On the home page of both of these sites you will see a search box to enter the desired domain name and within seconds it will tell you if it is available.
You can always contact us and we will gladly check the availability for you.
First is the cost of the initial development of your site. This includes developing the web pages, images, scripts and databases required to create your site. The initial development cost varies depending on the amount of content and technical expertise required to build a site that meets your specifications.
Secondly you must pay for the cost of web site hosting. Hosting is a constant expense for the web site owner and is required to make your site available to the public. Hosting for most sites involves renting space on a server that is dedicated to storing and delivering your site content to users on the internet.
Third is domain name registration. A domain name makes up part of the web address (http://www.yourcompany.com) that people type in their browser when they want to see your site.
Once your site is up and running there may be costs associated with site maintenance. This varies according to your specific requests and the frequency that updates are needed.
Ecommerce sites also have additional fees and requirements.
Different browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) render code slightly differently. In order to minimize the variation between browsers all sites that we develop are checked in Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer ensure that your site appears as it was designed.
User settings on the other hand are out of our control. Simple things like the monitor size, screen resolution, color settings, and the graphics card can alter the appearance. We develop all sites to conform to the industry standard screen resolution (1024x768) unless otherwise requested. If you have any specific questions about any of these setting please contact us.
Although the time required varies from site to site, we can generally complete a site within two to three weeks. This can vary according to the requested functionality as well as the timeliness you can provide us with the information you would like to include on your site.
We will provide you with a preview link once we have begun the development of your site so you can view the progress as it is made. The preview site is only accessable to those whom you decide to share the link with ensuring the general public will not see an unfinished product.
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