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What to consider to start a website?

What to consider to start a website?

This article is making by Google Web Stories. It is our first trial on Google web stories. Here, we provide some brief thoughts about what are important issues to start a website project. It is not a technical point of view, but a generic business oriented tips. We hope our clients will think about their project with more business ideas and out of technology limit.

01. Start a website with a good idea/product = 50% success

You don’t have to be an expert of web development. A good idea can be created by anyone. 

Don’t limit your imagination. Don’t worry about how to achieve it. Ignore those technical specs. 

02. Think about Brand and Target

The purpose of your website and your target audience hugely affect your strategies. 

To choose a good brand and a domain name helps to show an image of your business. 

03. Make List to start a website

Think about the main goals, core modules, geniue ideas, content, visual styles, quiestions to ask your developer, dev plan, and budget. Write them on  paper clearly. 

If you are not sure, ask for suggestions from your developers. 

04. Start from simple and small

Try to make your website from simple as a quick start. You will spend more in long term on marketing and further expansion. 

If you are tight on budget, considering use free logo design, shared hosting, existing code framework, responsive design template, with cost effective developers. 

05. Long-term work

After your website is released, more work will be involved to boost it. There are SEO, content writing, customer communications, marketing, advertisement, email campaign, new functions, upgrade and maintenance etc. 

Be patient, and keep going ahead.