When you get your website you can just check it off of the list and forget about it—right? …umm, not so much. This sort of thinking fits in the same box as “Build it and they will come” regarding web traffic.
There are several problems with this approach. Websites are valuable tools, and your best return on investment is Continue reading
Who will be responsible for keeping the site updated? If you would like to maintain your own site and be able to make your own changes, are the time and technological resources available to support this?
One of the reasons WordPress sites have become popular is that the Administrative “back-end” to the website is a user-friendly dashboard. This means Continue reading