What is the creation of a turnkey website?
Now it has become fashionable to use the phrase “turnkey” as a prefix to the service. Turnkey houses are built, windows are installed, websites are created and other services are provided. It is not surprising for us that the majority of web studio clients do not understand what it means to create a turnkey website. Therefore, it is often asked about what is included in the service, because each performer implies a certain set of actions and amount of work. In this article we will explain what is the creation of a turnkey website and what the service includes. Continue reading
What is different from the landing site?
We are often asked the question of how the landing page differs from the usual site and business card site. We decided to describe in detail the key differences, which at the time of selection will help determine: order a landing page or site.
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How to promote Landing page?
After creating the landing page, it is important to think about its promotion. In 90% of cases, landing is promoted through contextual advertising. This is an inexpensive and fairly effective way to get the first visitors within 2-3 hours after the launch of an advertising campaign on the Internet. However, the action of this type of advertising goes to “no”, when ads are not paid and stop showing. Continue reading
The main stages of creating a site
The sequence of creating the site and a clear study of the stages is the key to the success of the entire project. Perhaps, not knowing the user may seem that the development of the site – a damn thing. Well, what is difficult here is that he invented the design, folded it up, filled it with a couple of texts and is ready. In fact, each stage of creating a website is painstaking work, for which each developer from the web studio team is responsible. Continue reading
CMS selection: which engine to choose for the site
At the initial stage of creating the site, we discuss with the client a number of issues, one of which is the choice of CMS. The choice of engine for the site is quite difficult. Today, a dozen free (and even more paid) systems have been developed, which, in their structure and capabilities, are practically identical and differ only in small nuances. To save time for customers to search for the answer which engine to choose for the site and to please their readers with a fascinating and useful article in their blog, we decided to raise the topic of CMS and put it “on the shelves”. Continue reading