How to launch your website
When your website is all set to launch you need following steps to be taken under consideration:
In order to set up your Word Press (or any other type of website), you’re going to need two things:
- Domain Name (a web address like YourSiteName.com)
- Web Hosting (a service that links your site to the internet)
In order to hoard your images, content and website files, you are going to need web hosting. With no web hosting, your website will not be visible on the Internet. Having your own domain name appears more professional than having someone else’s identity (domain name) (like yourbusiness.my-free-website.com), and it’s super reasonable.
- Make a backup copy of your website files. One is there merely on your hard drive where only you can see it and use it for editing, while the other is in usage by the web host and its content is viewable by anyone with access to the Internet.
- You might also Test Your Design with Browser Emulators
Test your graphics according to rule is to test anything that has higher than 2% market share like Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera.
- You might build an Email List of Friends & Business Contacts for Launch:
This might seem non-obvious, but it’s appalling how a friendly email blows away just a few dozen of your close contacts can help set the stage for a much more successful launch. You can start by building a list of the people who owe you favors, have helped you out and who you can always rely on. If you’re a bit more aggressive in your marketing, you can go one circle away from that to casual business partners and associates.
- Ensure that you’re using SEO-friendly code. Operate both Meta and ALT tags to ensure that your website not only acts in user searches but those relevant keywords from the content of your website are displayed. Doing so will more likely create resentment among searchers’ interests and will facilitate more visits to your website. ALT tags are simply a written narrative to go along with the pictures on your website, and so they are very much needed to tell search engines and searchers the kind of pictures you have on your website.
- Transfer your website’s files to your web host. You should be aware that the copy of your website on your computer is called the local version, and the copy on the web host is called the production version. Now your website’s launch will be complete.