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The requisite minimums to make business by Internet

By 17 December, 2018April 15th, 2020NonComments

The majority of the businessmen knows that nowadays it is necessary to be in Internet, but many do not know how. Here I will explain the requisite minimums to make business by Internet. An excellent form to begin is through a corporative webpage. In her we showed who we are, what we do, how we worked and where we are: the essential so that any person can know our company.

As it can imagine, different levels from presence in Internet exist, but the basic thing is three things:

1. Registry of Domain

It is the name by which one is going away to know our company or it marks in Internet; what we wrote in the bar of the navigator when somebody wants to visit the webpage. The habitual structure is:

www.cheap-web-hosting-providers.com

The last part of the name (.com) makes reference to the type of company or its geographic scope: €œ.com€ for commercial companies and brands generally; €œ.net€ for companies related to Internet and computer science; €œ.es€ for Spanish companies; €œ.org€ for ocal organizations or ONG's, etc.

2. Design of the webpage

It is the design, proper, of the website. The tools available for the development of a website are many. The important thing is that the product that we obtain responds to our needs and is attractive to the visitor.

3. Hosting

Tenth €œpage€, but in fact is a website. So that a site is made up of a set of pages. All the webpages and the images that appear in them are contained and organized in a folder, with their corresponding subfolders. That folder must be kept in a species from computer, denominated servant, so that when we write the direction in the navigator (www.cheap-web-hosting-providers.com) can be found and shows the content the visitor.

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