Taking the Website Live

Taking the Website Live

The website is basically done. The developer just sent you a link so you can see the final website in all of its glory. So now what do you do? Well, you should review it one last time to make sure it’s what you want and need. And then it’s time to take it live.

Making Sure the Content is Ready

Making Sure the Content is Ready

The website is almost done. It’s been planned, designed and built. But what about the content? What are visitors going to read and see when they come to your website? Where is that? The content is the most important part of any website. But it can get overlooked in the process. So let’s avoid that.

Developing the Website

Developing the Website

We are so very close to your website becoming a reality. But we still have the biggest mountain yet to come: developing and building the website. So today let’s go over some of the things you can do during this part to put your mind at ease while the site is built.

The Design Phase

The Design Phase

Once the discovery phase has ended, it’s time for the designer to, you know, design the website. This is typically a fairly hands off part of the process for you. So today, let’s talk about a few things you need to ask the designs and the designer so that you end up with the best website possible.

What is the Discovery Phase?

What is the Discovery Phase?

In the simplest of terms, the discovery phase is where the developer learns more about you and your business and what you want and need for this website. By the end of the process, the developer will be able to create a plan to design and build the website that’s going to help your business. So today, let’s take a deeper dive into the discovery phase so you can be ready when it rolls around.

Self-Development vs. Hiring a Developer

Self-Development vs. Hiring a Developer

So by now you’re probably wondering why you can’t build the website yourself. The answer to that is complicated. In some situations, yeah, that would work for you. But in most other situations, it is better to hire a developer to build it for you because it saves you time and money in the long run. So let’s figure out which direction works the best for you.

Why Websites Cost What They Do

Why Websites Cost What They Do

As you’ve gone through this process of building a new website, you’ve probably started to wonder how much this is going to cost you. And the unfortunate truth is that it’s going to cost you a good chunk of change. So let’s talk about what you’re paying for in a website and why they end up costing what they do. Hopefully by the end of this you’ll feel at least a little bit better about the price aspect.

Planning for a New Website

Planning for a New Website

So now that you know your business needs a new website, we still have some more questions to ask of yourself and your business. The answers to these questions will help you create a plan for this website that you can give to the developer. And in the end, that will make everything go much smoother and quicker. So let’s create that plan!