Why should I hire a professional to design my Web site?Think of it this way. When you're looking for a new car stereo, you most likely start by searching the telephone book. You find a few stores in your area and call them to ask about brands, models and pricing. Once you've decided which stores offer what you're looking for, you drive over for a look around.
What happens when you pull into the parking lot of a store that looks run down? One that has obvious signs of neglect? One that looks as though the owner should have it condemned? If you're like most people... you keep on driving!
Why? Are you afraid to leave your car with that stereo shop for fear it will get stolen? Do you think the store might not be honest? You don't know these people, but from the image they portray... you are suspicious and skeptical.
The same thing applies to your Web design. When visitors come to your Web site, they are either rolling their eyes or smiling.
In many cases, your Web site IS your business. It is the image you present to the Internet world. We also know that there is a lot going on behind the scenes that contributes to your site functioning properly. A professionally designed Web site will give your business the foundation it needs to succeed by using the latest technologies and design applications, by being search engine compatible and by displaying correctly in a variety of browsers. When you hire Mount Evans Designs, you get the skills, knowledge and expertise that only comes from years of hands-on experience.
What is a domain name and why do I need one?Every Web site must have a domain name. A domain name is your Web site's unique address on the Internet.
As an example, the domain name for MAXBURST Web Design is http://www.maxburst.com. The most common domain names will end in .com, .net, or .org, but there are many more to choose from.
After your registration, you will be given full access information to your own, personal domain name control panel. In many cases, our clients request us to manage, update, transfer or change their registration information so they don't have to worry about learning the technical aspects of web maintenance.