"When planning your website get some 3X5 cards, and put the topic on each page. "About" "Store" "News" and then on any topic that would be under shote make a card. It really helps create a "Visual" outline of…"
A combination blog and website is called a blogsite. Blogs normally have 3 pages, Home, About, Contact. A website would have more pages and more functionality. You can't go wrong with Wordpress!
I agree with Jeff. Knowing VERY little about website design and coding, I was able to create a new website for my newly-formed business on Wordpress that has a blog as well. Check it out at www.profitdriversconsulting.com. Only took a…"
Yes, having both is the BEST way. And WordPress has both a blog and a traditional website built into it. So you don't have to add a blog or pages to WordPress, it's already there!
I started a WordPress…"
"Thanks Sheri! I am trying to grow my business and gain more clients. I am an art handler and my business is targeted to both commercial (restaurant/hotels/hospitals) and residential. I also do work with local…"
Great question. At one time, there was a difference between and a website. However, that's no longer the case. The blog section of your site is just one part of your overall website. You can still have…"
"The navigation issue is the fault of the blog owner, not the program. I agree, some blogs are hard to navigate. But then, some websites are, too. You can put menus and sub-menus on blogs just as you can on a traditional website. You just have to…"
"Thanks Sheri, I wasnt sold on the blog, but I'm beginning to understand better the benefits. I've always felt that blogs were not as easy to navigate and get the information that the customer is looking for....ie. pricing…"
"A blog is a form of a website, Leslie. The biggest difference is a traditional website is a static site created to disseminate information, and a blog is a dynamic site created to broadcast ideas. Initially we had static websites to which forums…"
Leslie, I just wanted to drop in and welcome you to this great community... And thank you for joining the 180 Service Station! So glad to have you on board... Please feel free to introduce yourself in the comments section when you get a chance, and also start a discussion on your biggest mountain right now so we can talk about it.
To your new and continued success!
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