Social Media Marketing
Search Engine Optimization
1. Gathering Information: Purpose, Main Goals, and Target Audience
This is the First stage, the stage of discovering and researching, determines how the website will look like. The most important task at this time is to get a clear understanding of your website functions, and the audience you are targeting.
2. Planning: Sitemap and Wireframe Creation
At this stage of website development cycle, the website developer creates significat data to demonstrate how the whole website will look and function. The sitemap generally describes the relations between the main pages and areas of your website. This helps in understand how usable the final product will be.
3. Design: Page Layouts, Review, and Approval Cycle
During this Design phase, the website starts taking shape. All the visual content, such as images, photos, and videos are created for the Website . Website can be a graphical sketch or an actual graphic design. After that, the customer can review the layout and send you his feedback for further development of the website.
4. Content Writing and Assembly
Content writing and compiling is one of the most important step and can’t underestimated. In this step user engaging content is written to get user attention, so that a user can be converted to business. Content writing involves creation of catching headlines, text editing, writing new text, compiling the existing text, etc.
At this step, we finally start creating the website itself. Graphic elements that were designed during the previous stages are used to create an actual website. Usually, the home page also known as the “Landing Page” is created first , and then all sub-pages are added, according to the website hierarchy that was previously created in the form of a sitemap.
6. Testing, Review and Launch
Testing is probably the most important part of a development process. Every single link is tested to make sure that there are no broken ones among them. We check every form, every script, run a spell-checking software to find possible typos. Also use code validators to check if the code follows the current web standards.