Find the Purpose of Your New / Proposed Website

Written by Josh Bender

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A well-planned, well-developed website can be a fundamental part of your business. Not only to present a professional image to your customers, but actually generate new business. And that means more sales!

So take a few hours to sit down and work out how your business website fits intorepparttar bigger picture.

Takeaway Tips

* The more effort put into planning,repparttar 136495 more successfulrepparttar 136496 website is likely to be.

* Your business website will compete with many others for customers' attention. Professional presentation, design and functionality are essential. Money invested in good presentation is money well spent.

* A website and its objectives and capabilities must be a part of your overall business strategy.

* Always look for new ideas - look at other websites.

* Do not try and do it all at once. Develop your website in stages. Each stage should provide useful information and features for your customers. A staged development will also help to encourage repeat visits by customers.

* Ensure that your site is designed in a way that you can make changes to content yourself, from your own computer - avoid reliance onrepparttar 136497 web developer for day-to-day changes.

* Update website content regularly, to keep it fresh and interesting.

Once you have an overall strategy for your business website in place,repparttar 136498 next thing to consider isrepparttar 136499 budget. How much are you going to spend? After all for most businesses, money does't grow on trees… at least last time I checked ;-)

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Josh has been involved in web development since 1996. He now helps business owners get their own websites up and running with a free easy-to-understand guide, and 7-part e-course at

Adult Web Hosting: The all you need to know

Written by Rodel Garcia

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There are some web hosting companies that have issues with hosting adult content. Prior to bookingrepparttar server space and uploading your website, you should make it clear to your web host that you're planning to host an adult website on their server.


Adult websites naturally take up lots of server space because you'll be keeping high-resolution images (.jpg) and movies (.mpg, .wmv, .avi, etc). On an average 200 image files will need anywhere between 50-80 MB of disk space. You should always get much more space than your current requirement because before you know it, you'll be running out of space.


Before you choose your adult web host, make sure you are aware of their technical support standard. It's not enough to just have a website and quality adult content. In case there is some problem, your adult web hosting company should be able to addressrepparttar 135990 issue as promptly as possible.


Hidden adult web hosting costs can throw your budget in a disarray if you're not prepared for them. Make sure you're aware of allrepparttar 135991 costs involved with hosting your adult website because you'll obviously be requiring more thanrepparttar 135992 standard package.


Various tools like form handling CGI scripts, shopping carts, control panel, email management, file management, etc. are provided byrepparttar 135993 web hosting company without extra charge. Before you host your adult website, find out what all tools that are available.


Downage can always be expected, but established companies run a few parallel servers so that in case one server collapses,repparttar 135994 rest take over. If you charge your viewers for accessing "members only" content, they'd like to access your adult website as and when they feel like. Your website should always be functioning and if it is often "down", this may get you lots of irate customers.

We hope that these tips help you choose your adult web hosting company in a better manner

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