1. Conceptualize an idea. Think about what you like your future website to be. What audience will you cater to? Everything you do must redound to their fulfillment. They will be visiting to get what they need. Be sure that their needs are answered. That way they will be satisfied and will keep coming for more. Not only that, but they can also recommend your site to their friends if they find it functional and nice.
2. Find a host. Having a host is not that expensive. In fact, you can get one at $70 for two years. However, if you don want to spend a single penny, there are lots of sites that are hosting for free. The only consideration is that their banner must be placed on your site. That for one is a great deal, isn’t it?
3. Start with your first page. Do the layout and design your first page. It will be easier and better if you have basic knowledge of HTML. Though there are hundreds of What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editors, but you will create a better site using HTML. There are tutorial sections available online. Take advantage of them and apply your knowledge to the web design you are creating.
4. Edit your page. Observe the loading and navigation. Are they doing well? How about the web design, is it pleasing to the eyes? Are the fonts readable? Is the content helpful? Are there errors in spelling and grammar? Better check all these little details. They may be tiny details but they make up the whole website. Be careful in dealing with them. If there is a need to redo the page do it. It will be disastrous if you are displaying total trash.
5. Do the rest of the pages. The goal is to attract visitors, keep them, and to gain more. Edit, proofread, and edit more. It pays off to have everything in order. Never sacrifice the quality of your website. It is your frontline. It is the one capable of attracting visitors that makes your business sell.
6. Submit the pages to your host. After you are done with the pages and the editing, you can submit them to your host. Wait for it to be shown on the net. Do not forget to update the pages regularly. You have to be updated in order not to lose your target market. Otherwise, they will look for a better site that can satisfy their needs. You don’t want that to happen, do you?
You may not realize it but your site is already done. Easy as your ABC’s!