When you decide to build a website, the question of which content-management platform to use may come to mind. WordPress and Weebly are both top performers in the website developing industry, and are both top picks for a lot of developers wanting to build a website of varying functionalities. I'll be breaking apart various aspects of both web builders, and providing my professional opinion of which programs benefit the most for your project.
Did you know? According to Wordpress.org, over 38% of the entire Internet is built using WordPress' content-management system. From being used by amusement parks, banks, corporate giants, WordPress can be utilized to attest to a website of any size, with any functionalities.
Online marketing is the most profitable method of advertising in business today; however, it is extremely oversaturated and requires both strategy and dedication to reap its great rewards.
Since the first domain name was registered in 1985, Internet users were given the chance to buy and trade domain names - and make major profit in doing so. However, Domaining, the process of purchasing a domain name in hopes of turning profit, has been an underlooked investment strategy for decades that is still widely unknown. Cars.com, for instance, was purchased for $872 million dollars, succeeded by CarInsursurance.com which in turn was purchased for $49.7 million dollars. Both domains, like any other .COM TLD were purchased for less than $20. Domaining is one of the easiest investment opportunities to venture towards, and in turn can make an exponential return.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is defined as the process of maximizing the number of visitors to a particular website by ensuring that the site appears high on the list of results returned by a search engine. By optimizing your website, you have better chances of appearing higher on Google (and other search engines) and therefore obtaining more organic traffic, which could mean a higher chance of lead conversion. Search engine optimization is a vital factor to prioritize when it comes to the marketing side of your online venture. Without organic traffic, you will not be able to expand your horizon on the Internet to the sea of Internet users.