Partner Service & Sales Training
I. Introduction to Web Development
II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users
     Standpoint
III. Different Element...
• Web Development:
      • A broad term for any activity related to developing
        a website for the World Wide Web or...
• Website:
     • a collection of related web pages, images, videos or
       other digital assets that are addressed with...
•   Website Design is a skill in creating a
    number of presentations that will act as
    a representation and open boo...
BizCentral USA Homepage   CharityNet USA Homepage
• The are a variety of elements used on the
  BizCentral USA and CharityNet USA
  homepages:
    • Flash Banner
    • Scro...
I. Introduction to Web Development
II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users
     Standpoint
III. Different Element...
• Every website should have the five most
  common pages:
    •   Homepage
    •   About Us
    •   Contact Us
    •   Pro...
• The homepage is the URL or local file that
  automatically loads when a web browser
  starts or when the browser's "home...
• The About Us page should effectively explain the
  company's purpose and what it stands for:
• An „About Us‟ page usuall...
• The „Contact Us‟ page serves the purpose of providing the users a
variety of ways to contact the company or organization...
• The „Products and Services‟ page has a
  primary goal of introducing consumers and
  users to what a company offers.
• T...
• A „Sitemap‟ is a list of pages of a web site accessible
  to users.
• A „Sitemap‟ generally lists the pages on a website...
• There are additional elements that can
  enhance a website and promote a
  better user experience.
• Some Examples of th...
I. Introduction to Web Development
II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users
     Standpoint
III. Different Element...
• Developing web content
  involves shaping,
  negotiating and making
  many choices involving
  technical, aesthetic, and...
• Html:
      • Stands for Hypertext Mark-up
        Language, is the predominant
        markup language for web pages. I...
• ASP:
    • Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP) is a server-side
      scripting technology that can be used to create
   ...
• IP Address:
     • An IP Address acts as a locator to an assigned
       device. Every machine that is on the Internet h...
I. Introduction to Web Development
II. Different Elements of a Website from
     a Users Standpoint
III. Different Element...
• Congratulations, you have a website! But
  what good is it if nobody can find it?
• Search Engine Optimization is the ne...
• A company could have the flashiest, catchy
  and engaging website ever built, but it does
  no good if future clients, d...
I. Introduction to Web Development
II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users
     Standpoint
III. Different Element...
• BizCentral USA & CharityNet USA offer a variety of
  web development services, including:
      •   Custom and Template ...
• Once a sale has been made on one of our
  Internet Marketing or SEO services, clients are
  given access to our Marketin...
•   Step 1: Welcome, Order Confirmation & Customer Care
    Consultation.
•   Step 2: Client will complete a product quest...
• Clients will follow the same general steps when they
  purchase a customized website, except more in-depth
  planning wi...
• Having a Website provides an organization with the
  opportunity to add a lot of information about
  themselves.
• A web...
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Partner Training: Web Development

  1. 1. Partner Service & Sales Training
  2. 2. I. Introduction to Web Development II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users Standpoint III. Different Elements of a Website from a Developers Standpoint IV. Taking the Next Step V. Our Web Development Services & Process
  3. 3. • Web Development: • A broad term for any activity related to developing a website for the World Wide Web or an internet. • Web development can range from developing the simplest static single page of plain text to the most complex web-based internet applications, electronic businesses, or social network services. • “Web Development" usually refers only to the non-design aspects of building web sites, e.g. writing markup and coding.
  4. 4. • Website: • a collection of related web pages, images, videos or other digital assets that are addressed with a common domain name or IP address. • The pages of a web site can usually be accessed from a simple Uniform Resource Locator (URL) called the homepage. • Example: http://www.BizCentralUSA.com • A web site is hosted on a web server, accessible via the Internet or private Local Area Network (LAN).
  5. 5. • Website Design is a skill in creating a number of presentations that will act as a representation and open book of „something‟ on the internet. • The art of website design will utilize and combine multiple disciplines such as: •Animation •Communication Design •Graphic Design •Corporate Branding •Information Architecture •Marketing •Photography •Search Engine Optimization •Writing/Authoring
  6. 6. BizCentral USA Homepage CharityNet USA Homepage
  7. 7. • The are a variety of elements used on the BizCentral USA and CharityNet USA homepages: • Flash Banner • Scrolling Text • Graphic Design Promotions • Video • Marketing Content • Social Media (Blog, Bookmarks, E-newsletter signup) • Spanish Version • Site Search
  8. 8. I. Introduction to Web Development II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users Standpoint III. Different Elements of a Website from a Developers Standpoint IV. Taking the Next Step V. Our Web Development Services & Process
  9. 9. • Every website should have the five most common pages: • Homepage • About Us • Contact Us • Products/Services/Mission information • Sitemap • All websites start with a "Home" page. From there, the visitor will expect other conventional pages such as "About Us" and "Contact Us". Along with pages that describe your products or services.
  10. 10. • The homepage is the URL or local file that automatically loads when a web browser starts or when the browser's "home" button is pressed. • A homepage usually contains: • A general welcome message or overview about the company or organization. • The companies logo. • Any special promotions or events going on in the form of graphic banners or media. • A navigation bar that can guide users to other points on a website.
  11. 11. • The About Us page should effectively explain the company's purpose and what it stands for: • An „About Us‟ page usually contains: • Background information on founding and history of the company. • Awards and distinguished honors the company has received. • Information on corporate programs and company initiatives. • Team/Staff member biographies and company structure.
  12. 12. • The „Contact Us‟ page serves the purpose of providing the users a variety of ways to contact the company or organization. • A „Contact Us‟ page usually consists of: • Phone Contact • Fax Contact • Physical Location of the Office • Directions to the Office • Email Contact
  13. 13. • The „Products and Services‟ page has a primary goal of introducing consumers and users to what a company offers. • This can usually be done in an overview or list format. • More in depth pages can be added for each sub-category if a company offers a variety of services. • Example: You may offer a range of marketing services, but on your main products and services page you simply state “A variety of marketing services”. Under a separate tab you can then list the marketing services you provide such as: press releases, e-newsletter, blogs etc.
  14. 14. • A „Sitemap‟ is a list of pages of a web site accessible to users. • A „Sitemap‟ generally lists the pages on a website, typically organized in hierarchical fashion. • This helps visitors easily find quick access to pages on a website. • It also contributes to a websites search engine optimization.
  15. 15. • There are additional elements that can enhance a website and promote a better user experience. • Some Examples of these include: • Photo Gallery • FAQ • Newsroom • Blog • Newsletter Signup • Shopping Cart Functionality • Live Chat • And More
  16. 16. I. Introduction to Web Development II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users Standpoint III. Different Elements of a Website from a Developers Standpoint IV. Taking the Next Step V. Our Web Development Services & Process
  17. 17. • Developing web content involves shaping, negotiating and making many choices involving technical, aesthetic, and usability concerns. • Developing web information requires keen skills in planning, analysis and technical design.
  18. 18. • Html: • Stands for Hypertext Mark-up Language, is the predominant markup language for web pages. It is coding language commonly used to create Hypertext documents for use on the World Wide Web. • CSS: • (Cascading Style Sheet) A standard for specifying the appearance of text and other elements across an entire web site. CSS was developed for use with HTML in Web pages but is also used in other situations. CSS is typically used to provide a single "library" of styles that are used over and over throughout a large number of related documents, as in a web site.
  19. 19. • ASP: • Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP) is a server-side scripting technology that can be used to create dynamic and interactive Web applications. An ASP page is an HTML page that contains server- side scripts that are processed by a web server before being sent to the user‟s browser. You can combine ASP and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create powerful interactive websites. • Web Hosting: • A web hosting service is a type of internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to provide their website accessible via the World Wide Web.
  20. 20. • IP Address: • An IP Address acts as a locator to an assigned device. Every machine that is on the Internet has a unique IP Address - if a machine does not have an IP Address, it is not really on the Internet. • URL: • A URL – Uniform Resource Locator – is the global address of documents, websites and other resources on the World Wide Web. Every website will have a main URL to which they may choose among those available. • Browser: • A Client program (software) that is used to look at various kinds of Internet resources, e.g. Internet Explorer
  21. 21. I. Introduction to Web Development II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users Standpoint III. Different Elements of a Website from a Developers Standpoint IV. Taking the Next Step V. Our Web Development Services & Process
  22. 22. • Congratulations, you have a website! But what good is it if nobody can find it? • Search Engine Optimization is the next step that must be completed once a website is complete. • SEO is the process of improving the volume or quality of traffic (visits) to a website from search engines via "natural" ("organic“) search results. • Typically, the earlier a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine (Google, Yahoo, MSN etc.)
  23. 23. • A company could have the flashiest, catchy and engaging website ever built, but it does no good if future clients, donors or followers can‟t find it. • By optimizing a website, over time a company will experience more traffic on their site, resulting in more sales and/or donations for their company or organization.
  24. 24. I. Introduction to Web Development II. Different Elements of a Website from a Users Standpoint III. Different Elements of a Website from a Developers Standpoint IV. Taking the Next Step V. Our Web Development Services & Process
  25. 25. • BizCentral USA & CharityNet USA offer a variety of web development services, including: • Custom and Template Designs • Search Engine Optimization • Shopping Cart/Store Set up • Flash Functionality • Database Functionality • Newsletter Sign up • Administrative Reports Page • Web Marketing Services • Link Building • Blog Implementation
  26. 26. • Once a sale has been made on one of our Internet Marketing or SEO services, clients are given access to our Marketing Solutions ”Steps Page” • Here, they will find a variety of information, tips, samples and questionnaires.
  27. 27. • Step 1: Welcome, Order Confirmation & Customer Care Consultation. • Step 2: Client will complete a product questionnaire. • Step 3: Client will choose from a set of pre-designed websites for the base of their website. • Step 4: Client will submit pictures to web developer if available to submit. • Step 5: Developer will work on site and once complete will request edits and revisions from client. • Step 6: Developer and client will discuss and setup hosting option. • Step 7: Developer will discuss marketing options for the new website with the client. • Step 8: Setup Mailbox With Host Tech Support not web developer.
  28. 28. • Clients will follow the same general steps when they purchase a customized website, except more in-depth planning will take place to provide the client with a completely customized website. • Basic Website Vs. Customized Website • Basic Website – Standard 5 pages – Professionally pre-designed layout – Client will provide text and pictures to be added • Customized Website – Based completely off what the client wants – Price is based off an hourly quote based on complexity – Client can add multiple databases, flash, shopping carts, newsletter sign-up, blogs and much more.
  29. 29. • Having a Website provides an organization with the opportunity to add a lot of information about themselves. • A website gives an organization the ability to record prospect information, which enables them to keep key information about visitors to follow‐up with them. • To interact with prospects, an organization can add live chat, a blog or newsletter sign-ups to a website. • A website can also incorporate a catalog of products with pictures, a mission statement and testimonials; even process a credit card online.

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