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You may know someone who can build websites for friends and families, perhaps very low budget if not free, maybe that's a great palce to start! However, when you're serious about growing and putting your website to work for you, That's when you need a full-stack developer or a team dedicated to specialise in segments to achieve your overall plan.

Cool graphics, fast running backend programming, and a kickass functional website at your arsenal... you are now a serious and professional business.

Here are some questions to consider with your online business portal.

  • Does the site retain customers' attention?
  • How do you promote your site to people whom you don't know?
  • Is the site organized or too complex for first time users?
  • Does it show professionalism and quality?
  • Is the site easy to update and edit, especially when you think you're done?
  • Do you have a system that allows you to check on a web statistics?
  • Do you plan on making money from your site, or at least have the site pay for itself?

Another thought... are the types of programming languages used for your dynamic content secure and stable?

If you are going to have a shopping cart or other informational listing, will your data be secure and easy to modify on demand, without having to buy any expensive software?

Is your site able to handle 1,000 - 1,000,000 hits or more, at the same time, or at least in the same day?

Do you check your site every few minutes to make sure it's still working? Servers can hang-up or even fail! And what happens if something does go wrong?
Did you know most servers get random Brute Force attempts by hackers just about every day. Although we can't share what we've done to prevent these types of attempted break-ins, we can say that we have a dependable team and reliable resources.

We've encountered many other issues as we were starting. We've invested our time toward preventative methods, after learning our way out of jams. We're experts in providing solutions for our clients. So, we are ready for your challenge...

contact us and find out more. We'd be happy to help.

In more technical detail, you have to consider what type of server you need from Shared, Virtual or Dedicated. Then think about what type of operating system to use, and on what platform Unix or Windows. Next, (unless you desire to dish out some major bucks in owning your own secure hosting facility,) evaluate the many existing and reliable hosting companies and make sure they are what you are looking for.