Entrepreneur Self

Passion, Hobbies, Vision, and Real Business

While searching for a type of business or business model that fits you or your team’s personality, it is important to consider several factors. Let’s call this your Entrepreneur Self-Discovery!   These include knowing yourself, understanding the dynamics of risk versus reward of the business type, knowing your potential customer, and a keen understanding of return on investment (ROI). When these questions …

Choosing a Web Hosting Vendor- Build a Website: Part 5

Choosing a Web Hosting Vendor- Build a Website: Part 5

One of the most critical decisions you will make is your web hosting vendor. Choosing a web hosting vendor who represents your best interests is surprisingly difficult, and understanding who’s out there and what they offer is time-consuming and takes a lot of trial and error. Here’s where we can provide an incredible amount of value to you. All of …

How to build a professional website: Part 4 – Choose a Domain Name

How to build a professional website: Part 4 – Choose a Domain Name

In recent years a lot of new top-level domain names have become available. **By top level domain name we mean the .com, .org, .net. What’s interesting here are these top-level domain names have dramatically expanded beyond the simple and old…  Now they include things like; .fitness, .Blog, .church, .realtor.com, and .band! How cool is that! The point here is pretty …

How to build a professional website: Part 3 – Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

At this point you should have a solid understanding of your site’s flow and how users will interact with your website. You should also have a solid understanding of what your website’s look and feel will be. **If you’re not to that point yet, and you haven’t checked out part one and two of this blog series on how to …

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How to build a professional website: Part 2 – Mock ups

Build Website From Scratch: Part two – Mockups What are mockups? Mockups are quick drawings of user interfaces (UIs) -this typically means browser screens. They typically show the layout of your webpage and the various buttons and options presented to users. They show you where these buttons and options are placed on the page, what text fields or buttons exist, …