As a start-up, you need to have a website. It’s not something you should do. It’s something you must do. Whether you do it yourself or hire an agency to do it for you, it’s worth the investment to build a website.
When it comes to designing a business website, it is normal to be all lost I mean you know your business not technology right? But this must not keep you from having a professional corporate website that reflects your business.
You’re trying to accomplish a goal with your website be it sales or brand awareness, don’t let product knowledge come in between. Read this handy guide to know how exactly your corporate website should look.
Growth hacking is the buzzword for startups. The reason is obvious: everyone wants to grow ridiculously fast and acquire millions of users and dollars in revenue.
There are different types of websites. The categorisation of websites helps us to define the goal of the website. It also helps us in designing the website. A corporate website would be very different from an e-commerce website.
You’ve created a website – score! Now you need to bring people to it. Ever wondered how to promote my business online. This handy guide would help you succeed in your online marketing efforts and get traffic on your website.
A website is a service than a product. It’s not enough to ‘deliver’ a website to the users. You should also make sure that everything works fine, and everybody is satisfied and always be prepared to make changes in another case.
WhatsApp Business, a separate app targeted towards small and medium businesses (SMBs) has been launched and is available to download. The app helps SMBs to connect with their customers. The app is the part of WhatsApp Business initiative (which includes WhatsApp Payments as well). For now, the app is targeted towards SMBs but WhatsApp could extend the functionalities of the app for larger business and could charge them as well. This iteration is free for now.
WhatsApp Payment is live for users. It’s built on Unified Payments Interface of India. It supports peer to peer payments for now and there is no support for merchant payments. WhatsApp could bring the merchant payment support to its WhatsApp Business app.
Ever since WhatsApp was acquired by Facebook in 2014 for $19 billion it was rumoured to extend the functionalities of the app beyond just messaging. With the advent of WhatsApp business, it stands true. Social messaging apps like WhatsApp and Hike have changed the way we communicate. WhatsApp is arguably the largest messaging platform and people are using it as a part of their business. If you’re a business you must leverage these apps to reach your audience. WhatsApp means business now!
After you give your final go-ahead the developer will upload the website files to the server. This is called deployment. An FTP program will be used to do this. Some web development companies offer domain name registration and web hosting services as well. If you have no idea what any these mean, you could use their suggestion.