Being indexed does not mean that people are reading your site: it does mean that the words are being read by the little spiders and other tools that search the web automatically. Real people may or may not find my site through searches depending on what search terms they use.
No need to learn HTML – This means you can build your website even if you do not have a background on HTML, though HTML knowledge is a plus. Web building is easier if you use software because it already has a built-in Html coding. No more hassle in learning HTML codes and programs.
Content is crucial. Only include what is relevant and keep it concise and engaging. Be clear about what message you want to get across and keep to the point while being informative. If you are using images then make sure they are strong, bold and represent your company or portfolio closely.
Design your page to a recommended or fixed size. This means your visitor won’t have to scroll across the screen to read content. Avoid making a page too long as it is harder to read back on things if you have to scroll up and down a long way. If the content needs to be lengthy then consider splitting it into numbered pages.
What is important to look at here is the text of the body or header should be readable on the background that you have set on your page. Just think of contrast for the text and background. The best colour for reading text generally tends to be black writing on a white background (or the equivalent).
Designing and creating your own website is no excuse for any of these issues as it is easier than ever to achieve the website you want with a wide range of options available and a few simple tips to bear in mind.
Last but not least, starting a home based Internet business does not cost you several thousands of dollars to get started as traditional business does. The fee that you have to spend on includes domain name, hosting and website design fee. If you’re able to build your own website using web design software (like FrontPage, Dreamweaver), it’s a good thing. If not, the solution is hiring someone else to create one for you.
Using your sketch as a guide lay out the web pages that will make up your website and start inserting them into the proper areas using the software. Always start with the home page and work your way out from there. During this step it is important that you ensure your pages are linked together so that users can easily get from one page to the next without any problems.