A useful analogy for the process of getting your website online comes from the kitchen. You can get food either by cooking it using fresh ingredients (web hosting) or ready meals (website builder) – essentially building your own website. There’s also a third way and that’s to use someone else to do it for you.
This is where web design agencies, colloquially called website designer services come into play; after all, if you’re busy focusing on your core business already, then managing your online presence beyond your website is likely to require far more than a couple of minutes a day.
Then there’s the risk of getting things horribly wrong: from SEO to monitoring your website health, to setting up DDoS protection and CDN, there’s a lot to learn and take in. Understandably, not easy if your day-to-day job is baking cakes, wedding photography or writing novels.
Just like antivirus, as a term, has evolved to cover more than just detecting and removing viruses, web design…