Starting a Website: Instant or Not?
|Starting a Website: Instant or Not?|
Okay, so you want to have your own website — either to keep up with the trends, upscale your professional reputation, or tell the world about your business. That's okay. But just like they say, the first step is the hardest to make.
One thing people tend to ask themselves is whether they'll use instant website, or craft one from scratch. In this article, I'll briefly explain about each, what they are for and against, so you won't have a hard time choosing. At the end of this article, I'll offer you a website hosting that I've been using to try out, including a 10% off coupon code.
So, what are you waiting for? Let's go.
Instant WebsiteThis type of website is the simplest of all, because coding skills are not necessary. It's very easy to set them up — so easy and simple that it is called WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) because well, the acronym should be self-explanatory enough. CMS and blogging platforms are also included in this category because again, no coding skills are necessary. A few examples include WIX, Weebly, and WordPress. Some are free, some are not.
This type of website is the simplest of all, because coding skills are not necessary.However, the simplicity comes at the cost of flexibility. In order to add new features or redesign, you may need to hire a specialized developer. In other cases, the provider might offer such service. Both options don't come cheap, unfortunately. Therefore, instant websites are suitable for people who just want to update their contents, without frequently adding new features or changing design. This includes blogs, landing pages, and corporate profiles.
Simplicity comes at the cost of flexibility.One more thing: this site you're in is based on Blogger. Why? Because it's a blog. I need nothing else from this site apart from adding new articles and replying to comments. The most complex thing I'll do is redesigning the sidebar. It's fast, free, and have all the features I need. Why bother developing it from the ground-up?
|This website you're reading is based on Blogger.|
Non-Instant WebsiteFrankly, I haven't even thought of a name for this category yet, so let it be for now. As opposed to instant websites, non-instant websites are those that are developed entirely from scratch. Yes, from sketching out designs, designing architectures to building using actual codes. This, obviously, isn't as simple as its counterpart, and can be very costly. I think you can even categorize this as a web application.
As opposed to instant websites, non-instant websites are those that are developed entirely from scratch.However, this results in great flexibility (if designed correctly from the start), especially if you're the one who builds it. You already know how and where to insert new features, so it shouldn't be as costly as the first time.
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You can mix instant and non-instant web pages.
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If you're a blogger like me, you shouldn't need anything complex. However, if you need something more complex, you might want to look at VPS (Virtual Private Server). In a nutshell, having VPS is like having your own computer in the cloud.
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Well, I guess that's all for now, Folks. As usual, if you have any questions, sound them off in the comments section below, be it about hosting, websites, etc. I'll be glad to help. Finally, thanks for reading and I'm looking forward to your next visit. Have a nice day! :D
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