Your Small Business Website

Your Small Business Website

Your Small Business Website is a book by Mitchell Adams for Small Business owners who want to know the basics of getting a website started.

Readers are given a general overview of concepts to consider as they form their small business website including ways to plan out your ideas and formulate an approach to getting their website built. The reader will learn the importance of registering for services themselves and other steps to take to protect their business interests and identity.

While the book is not a technical guide (there is not an in depth discussion of code or specific applications), there are several concepts and terms the reader will find valuable when setting out to have a website built.

Resources

Contact Us before choosing a hosting company as your specific needs and the quality of hosting may not match up.

Some companies we work with are SiteGround, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, and on rare occasions GoDaddy.

A good email provider is extremely important in order to keep your emails flowing and to stay off of blacklists.

If you have low email traffic, the plan that comes with most shared hosting should be acceptable. For critical email needs, look into plans from providers like Rackspace, Microsoft, and Google.

Contact Us to help you choose the right mix of marketing platforms to advertise your business. The more popular services out there include: MailChimp, Constant Contact, Google Adwords, Facebook Ads, SendGrid, Instagram Ads and affiliate programs.


Mitch has been managing my 3 web sites for several years now. He also developed maineartscamp.com from the beginning. He is responsive to requests, provides logical solutions and works hard to understand our needs. Mitch has also developed (from scratch) an activity scheduling module for Bethel Camp for the Arts and is in the process of creating an e-mail system for parents. Instead of relying on companies in the camp industry for software, we rely on Mitch for a more personalized approach.

Rick Mades President - Bethel Camp for the Arts, LLC