David Lawrence has been planning and building effective websites for business since 1997. He is one of the founders of The Web Showroom, a 100% owned Australian company that provides small businesses with an easy way to own a professional and effective website.
In the past decade, David has managed teams that have built literally hundreds of websites. In this time he has seen it all, from spectacular online successes to missed opportunities. Experience has taught him that planning and understanding where it is you are going is vital when it comes to creating a website.
The Web Showroom was created to ensure that small businesses and their owners could get on with their business whilst enjoying the easiest and most effective way of creating and maintaining a great looking and powerful business website.
Part one discussed mistakes to avoid when creating a website. Part two further explored this idea looking at how to pick a web developer and the importance of compatibility and simplicity. In this final part we look at how to handle limitations.
My first article looked at common mistakes to avoid when creating a website. Here I explore the idea further by looking at the benefits of keeping your website simple, how to pick a web developer and the importance of compatibility.
A website is an important tool for soloists when it comes to communicating with existing clients and attracting new ones. In this article I will discuss four common mistakes to avoid when creating a website for your business.