So, you have built your own website about your business and truly believe that this is the right channel to drive all the ‘right kind of business queries’ to you? Is it right? Perhaps not! Building a website is not just about cement and mortar, it takes lots and pots of thought process to know who your target audience is and what you want to achieve out from your website. A good web design and a web host company can certainly do wonders. On the contrary, it may be just the other way around. It is imperative to know how you should build your website and actually know what your web hosting company is offering you. In today’s world nobody wants to be cheated!
There are some many types of hosting packages to choose from: shared, VPS, business hosting, reseller etc. Which one is right for you? Probably and more than likely if you are reading this you are a novice/beginner and have a small/basic website with minimal pages. Due to cost purposes I would suggest a shared hosting package; the bottom of the hosting ladder. Hosting companies often refer to these packages as ‘baby’, ‘hatchling’ deals.
There are free websites on offer all over the internet but these are not suitable for an ecommerce site. Even personal or family sites find these free sites annoying because they are obliged to have pop ups advertising other websites. Obviously these free sites are not going to win you any customers. Your free web hosting plan should be discussed with a reputable provider. Your site may need a lot of features. If your customers use their credit cards online to purchase your products then your site must also be secure. Even if you don’t know anything about setting up a site your provider will talk you through the process.
GDI is an extremely popular search term and people will come across it when searching for everything from host to home business. So if you are looking for a way to make some easy money, GDI might be an option for you. They set up their landing pages and web sites to do all of the work for you, so that way you can avoid having to actually sell the product. The idea is, that the product will sell itself.
A home business of your own will take some time to build, but it’s where the money and the security lie. My recommendation is to start a home business of your own. It is much more rewarding than doing meaningless work on the internet that someone else reaps the rewards from.
To help you create good web pages and fix mistakes on your own, learn computer languages. Educating yourself on how a website actually works will help you quickly fix any mistakes. Knowing how to deal with problems on your site will save you time and money, as you will not have to rely on outside help to remedy the situation.
Ask for donations. There may be friends, family, neighbors, and strangers that will put in a few bucks if you ask. Put your donation bucket out your yard sale. Write out at least one hundred words that says what the donation is for. This could be a general statement about the Smith family starting a home business .