Tips For Setting Up An
Whether you are ordering a Eumundi Online Shop or ordering an ecommerce website
from somewhere else, here are a few tips.
Keep it tasteful and simple. A web design which screams "Hey, this website was
created by a talented and artistic person!" is likely to be less effective than
a website with a tasteful, simple design. Take a close look at any of the many
famous websites and you'll notice the designs are simple. The purpose is to
encourage customers to read, view images, stay interested, click where they need
to and eventually see the value in the goods or service.
Security: Preventing hacking is far easier than cleaning up a hacked website.
As soon as a new website or online shop becomes popular, hacking programs will
try to access it. That means, just as a website starts to appear high in Google and
starts to get visitors (and enquiries and sales etc.), it can be brought down.
Customer information can be compromised, customer computers can be threatened and
the website can be punished by search engines. It can take several
full days or even weeks to clean up the website, put security measures in place
and may take months for the website to achieve its past search engine rankings.
Cost: Make sure you receive a contract, agreement or at least a list of what
work will be done for how much. Make sure you receive a written copy of promises
and guarantees too. As an added precaution, you should ask your web designer,
"What might I want later that isn't included in this price?"
Payment: Agree upon a payment plan before work starts. Doing business with
people from other countries can be a painful experience. There are stories where
customers have parted with their money only to get an email saying "Thanks for
your payment but I don't want to help you now. Goodbye!" Also, companies have
done thousands of dollars of website work only to get an email saying "Thanks
for your work but we have no intention of paying for it."
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