‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website

I presented a seminar topic on web content to delegates of the annual OAAS convention last Friday. Posted here is a copy of the PowerPoint. (which I will apologize for as it is a little dry).

Content can be the ‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website. Unlike the other aspects where hiring a professional is recommended, content is very DIY, and therefore less costly than other forms of website development. The real cost of content is the time you have to put into it to be successful.

Over the next few days I’ll answer some of the questions which were asked at the seminar. Some relate to web content, other questions are simply general web development issues.

  • How much does it cost to have a website built?
  • Where are the cheapest hosts?
  • What is the relationship between images and text?
  • How important is content on the home page?

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