If you're just starting out in business then the prospect of setting up a website can be very daunting. You probably have a million questions buzzing around your head in regards to where to start and how to wrap up the process as smoothy as possible. Here are a few great pointers to helping you set up a website for your small business with very little fuss.1) Domain name.
Choose a domain name that is short yet outlines what your business is about. Avoid using clever names that make no sense to anyone. Never use names that are misspelled, this just makes it harder for people to remember your domain name. Check availability of your domain name through sites such as Godaddy.com or Crazydomains.com.au. It’s better to purchase an Australian domain name from an Australian company, better support. Always get a domain with .com.au if your business primarily services Australian customers.
2) Free website templates and hosting providers.
Generally these services should be avoided if you can. You do not have full control over these sites and they can be hard to optimise for SEO purposes. Try to seek the services of a custom web site designer in your local area.
3) How do I update my own website
Updating your own website is fine if you can find your way around the backend CMS. Experience has shown that most people can become frustrated with learning new technologies. Besides, most people would prefer to work on their own business servicing clients and customers instead. If you do wish to update your own site then try using wordpress as your preferred CMS. Wordpress is the worlds most popular website content management system and is very easy to use.
4) I can’t afford the prices that some web companies are chargingMany small business owners are cash strapped when starting out. The average small business website can cost around $4000 - $6000 once all factors are considered.
A brand new web design service has started in Perth, Western Australia allowing new start up businesses to get a custom website or ecommerce site with any features needed for a low monthly fee. This allows your business to keep its cash flow under control. More details can be found at www.brandvine.com.au