STEP BY STEP

How to create a good website

01

Set clear and smart goals 

Before you go out and spend money on hosting, define your goals. What do you want to achieve with this website? What do you want to show your potential customers? How much traffic do you want to drive to it? The answers to these questions will give you, your designer, etc. a general idea of what you have in mind. When you have the answers, then you can move on to the next stage of building your website.   

02

Set your budget ahead of the project

Depending on hosting services, design, coding, layout and many other factors, building a website can be very quick and profitable. Set a budget for how much you are willing to invest before you start looking for people and services to build your website. As much as you want your website to be high-end and charming, don’t break the bank before you’ve even made the bank.  

03

Find a website that you would like to use as a guide

Finding a website that you like will help you and others who will be working on your website. Take a look at the different elements of the site that look attractive and appealing to you, and make a list of what you like to use as a guide.

04

Trust someone who knows what they are doing

If you don’t have the knowledge to build your website yourself, find someone who can do it for you. Make sure you are clear about what you want and ask to see previous websites they have built to see if they are suitable for the job. Don’t trust the first person you find who will give you the lowest price.  

05

Choose a reliable hosting service

There are four factors to consider when choosing a hosting service: load time, uptime, support and cost. Make sure you have a fast-loading website that works all the time, and avoid hosting services that will be too expensive when you’re just starting your business. Also, keep in mind that you need a service with a good support team that you can turn to at any time if you have any hosting-related problems. You can check out our hosting services here.