Plan A Simple Website To Start Your Christian Entrepreneur Home

Entrepreneurialism The language The easiest and most common language to build a Christian entrepreneur website is HTML. It is called the Hyper Text Markup Language. You can learn this in a very short period of time. When I first started to build websites about ten years ago, it took me a good two weeks to reach an intermediate level. The beginner level is quite enough to start but you will pick up various necessary nuances as time goes by. You will need to know HTML to format simple things like, bold, underline, italics, hyper links and font manipulation. Plan The website needs a plan. You need a primary goal for your website. Basically you should ask, What is this website going to do? Then you ask, How am I going to build this? Is this going to be interactive or static? Interactive is where users can engage and communicate with you. Static is where the users cannot engage with the site. This will require a database plug in and it is not easy for beginners. The static site is what you should start with and later on when you are ready you can learn to plug in a database and make it interactive. Christian entrepreneur business needs only a static site to start with. Main page Sit down and plan everything on paper first. Write the plan down and draw a chart or schematic diagram. You should be able to know by looking at the chart that you understand the concept. The home page is the fist page of your Christian entrepreneur business. It is the most important one. The keyword you have chosen is the foundation for your success. You need to write a powerful and compelling content for your home page. Spend a lot of time in creating it. Weave one keyword in context for every 100 words or so. The keyword density is necessary to rank well for search engines. Do not over do it or under do it. A basic table layout with two or three columns will be the best layout. If you are not ready to build your Christian entrepreneur site from scratch you can get an advanced hosting service to install Word press and select a template and build easily. Hub pages Plan the main page and a menu to split into a minimum of 5 hub pages. These are also called the sub pages to weave around your main page like a wheel. Plan the hub or sub pages in advance and that will help you plan the layout at this stage. Plan your inner links carefully and build them. The sub pages should have definite relation to the main page and the keyword. The sub pages will take on a sub theme of the main theme. For example if your keyword is recipe then your sub pages will focus on sub recipes like vegetarian and meat, snacks, desserts etc. You can also go deeper down the sub pages to a third level. If you can understand this you are on your way to success. Keep your Christian entrepreneur site simple and basic. Do not get complex at the planning stage. Just take on about 5 sub pages to start with. Once you get a hang of it you can and should add more pages later on. By Robert R Fenn About the Author: Internet is very complex, tricky and a wild dangerous jungle. I highly recommend this true product that helps everyone (from Web novices to the "savvy-but-unsuccessful") build profitable, long-term e-business. You do this from the comfort of your home, and at your own pace. And it is very affordable. Christian Entrepreneur Article Published On: – Entrepreneurialism – – – – – – – – – – 相关的主题文章: