Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma—which is living with the results of other people’s thinking.Steve Jobs
Web is Vast. Which has created a lot of success stories. There are over billions of website that are there and all competing to get a share of your eye balls. But, with newer technologies like WordPress, you can also start a website without knowing how to code or writing a single new line of code.
Before you start on your journey to success it is important to find the niche that you really want to serve. Which you can identify yourself with. Today there is a website for almost everything. So, you need to have the passion for you to be successful. Once the niche has been narrowed it will help you to define the type of website that you require.
1. Business Website
A business website is any website that’s representing a specific business. A business website is more of a prospectus to your business. It is not necessary a revenue generation. But will help your offline business. These websites are usually used to communicate about your services and/or products that you are offering.
Today, ALL business has a website. It has become more of a necessity
The whole purpose of a business website is to encourage your potential clients to get in contact for more information (a lead generation website) or come to a storefront if they’re interested in becoming customers.
2. E-commerce Website
E-commerce websites can be an extension of a business you already have, or become something you build a new business around. This is when you are selling your products online and serving much larger geography. Most of the brands today have an e-commerce website and you can buy almost everything via
There are a lot of CMS that can be used to
TD Web Services will also provide you with all the additional specific’s that are required for your E-Commerce website like FREE SSL to ensure your customers can pay securely. We take care of the infrastructure, giving you 100% of uptime, proactive monitoring and most importantly security (Strong Firewall with Weekly Malware / Antivirus scans). So all you have to make sure your web design and copy are all crafted with the site’s main goal in mind: making sales.
3. Blog Website
Internet has enabled information accessibility to everyone easily. With Web 2.0, even “writing” on the internet was easy. It was during the phase of Web 2.0 that a lot of Content Management Systems like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal etc made it extremely easy for everyone to create their blogs. This gave a rise to a lot of successful bloggers who make over 7 figures as income.
Blogs are again niche specific. Content is King for a blog to be successful. Blogs make money through the advertisements that show up on the page rather than through selling specific products or services.
4. Media Website
Media websites collect news stories or other reporting. There’s some overlap here with blogs websites, but media websites are more likely to include reported pieces in addition to or instead of content meant purely for a specific niche. The primary difference is the shelf life of the content between a blog and a media website. A blog will generally have a much longer shelf life for their content, whereas with Media the shelf life is reduced from a few hours to a few weeks. Which means that
This category includes sites like the Washington Post website, Slate, Empresa-Journal and Inc.
5. Portfolio Website
There has been an explosion of Gig economy. Most of
Portfolio websites are sites devoted to showing examples of past work. Service providers who want to show potential clients the quality of the work they provide can use a portfolio website to collect some of the best samples of past work they’ve done.
6. Educational Website
The websites of educational institutions and those offering online courses fall into the category of educational websites. These websites have the primary goal of either providing educational materials to
There are various CMS that are available for the same purpose. Most commonly used is Moodle. A lot of new Education websites are now powered using WordPress along with LMS (Learning Management System) plugins.
The primary source of revenue for thee websites is y selling of courses and/or subscriptions.
Most people are familiar with wikis through the most famous example of one out there: Wikipedia. But wikis can be created on pretty much any subject you can imagine. A wiki is any website where various users are able to collaborate on content and all make their own tweaks and changes as they see fit.
Starting a wiki can be fairly simple, with TD Web Services – we provide 1-Click Wiki Installers. Which will install Media-Wiki CMS for you. This is the same CMS used by Wikipedia.
A Journey of a thousand Miles starts with a single step. Just start today. The list given above is a very brief list. There are a lot of websites like Community Forums, Social Sites, Games, Classifieds, Dating etc. The choice is infinite.
Whatever type of website you choose to create, it’s important to think through what you want from it and make sure you design it; based on the particular goals you have in mind. TD Web Services has a number of high-performance web hosting plans that are right for all kinds of types of websites. If you are not sure what type of hosting will match your requirements, you can always contact us.