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You can easily design a simple website using graphics. However, if you want to create interactive and professional websites, you need to know some web technologies and tools. If you have good design ideas and time, you can learn some tools like Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Fireworks and Flash that can help you create a professional design. Additionally, if you have experience creating databases using an MS Access or MS SQL server, you can design your own backend databases to collect your website data. If you know how to code using PHP, ASP, CGI or Java technologies, you can create dynamic, complex websites with back-end database capabilities.(For example, a website with content management features.)

Otherwise, if you need a professional website that will help you build your company’s image in the world, you should contact a professional web developer and outsource it. A professional developer understands how to design a Web site that will most effectively present you, your business or organization, and your products and services. A professionally designed and implemented Web site is worth what you pay for it if you are serious about attracting business with your Web site.

The prices: Before you think about creating a website, you need to remember one thing: your website will give you a global presence and a global market. But fortunately, this is available at very reasonable prices. You can choose a package or development tailored to your individual needs. You can compare different prices on professional developer websites and choose the offer you want. Since location doesn’t matter when creating websites, you can hire developers from other countries and entrust them with the work. Countries like India, Philippines, Israel etc. can do profitable work. First step:

First, think about what you want to achieve with your website, then brainstorm ideas by looking at your competitors’ websites. The goal of this exercise is to realistically assess and prioritize your goals for your organization’s online deployment. Here are some questions you might want to answer yourself:

Do you mean:
Do you provide complete information about your product or service? Do you sell products directly from your website?
Reach new markets or customers?
Do you offer 24/7 online customer service?
Do you conduct market research by collecting customer feedback?
Pass on internal information to employees?