There are at least three goals an organization might have in setting up a Web site:
- Direct action as a result of visiting the site, users will do something, such as place an order for the product.
- Delayed action as a result of visiting the site, users will remember the site and come back when they are ready to take action (such as buying our product).
- Indirect action as a result of visiting the site, users will do something that does not necessarily involve the Web.
Must To do while creating website
- Ensure the number of visitors to a website and put Google Analytics tool to measure it.
- Attractive design with easy navigation. Essure that the site has a consistent look and feel.
- Put a survey in the corner of the site to know about the visitor’s opinion about your site.
- Contact-Us page to allow visitors to send their message to webmaster or website owners.
Submit Newly Created Page to Google
Google add and update new sites to their index each time they crawl the web, and you can invite Google by submitting your URL to /addurl/
Longer Domain Registration
Register your domain name for at least three years. A longer registration time means a more credible site (it’s less likely to be considered a spam site by search engines).
Cloaking is delivering search engine optimized content to search engine spiders while providing different content to actual human visitors. Many search engines can detect this type of spam and may even completely ban a site if cloaking is detected.
Each Page Unique Title
Each page on a site should have its individual title. Every title should contain appropriate keywords and search terms that are relevant to the page.
Shared SSL certificate
Unlike a regular SSL certificate, it costs less, doesn’t require a dedicated IP, and belongs to an equally trusted Certificate Authority.
The disadvantage of shared SSL is that it can be used only with third level domains.
Compressing or Archiving Files
Encoding a binary file typically increases its size by 30 or 35 percent. To compensate for this, people usually compress files before encoding them. Groups of related data are often archived (combined into one file) because this ensures that none of the parts gets lost or mislaid in transit, and also simplifies the downloading process.