Having specific tools to manage your website are a must-have for every small business owner. You are busy! You own a small business, have a family, another job, hobbies, and so many other things. One thing I’ve learned through owning my own web design company is this.
I know how to manage a website. But with so many clients now, I rarely have time to commit to my own! That’s what my employees do.
But building and managing websites is what I do for a living so I have the ability to get certain things done quickly. Without the website management tools listed in this article, I would still be drowning in work.
So without further adieu, here are the 9 best website management tools for your small business.
If you’re a small or mid-size business owner, blogger, private coach, etc. you are probably planning on having a website. Or, you might already have a website, but you don’t know a wireframe from a content management system (haha I found that funny). But anyhoo, it doesn’t matter if you are having someone build a website, building it yourself, or just need to know the lingo your employees are using, this article is for you.
The sheer amount of definitions and acronyms can be daunting, and as a fellow business owner myself, I’m sure you don’t want to sit around studying web design definitions when you have a business to run. That’s why M.J. Web Design has compiled all the most pertinent web design definitions so you know what web designers are talking about.
But, beyond just being a guide for you to reference, we’ve included some links to resources in regard to each term. Plus, on the right side of the page all you have to do is click the button to join our free newsletter. That way you can always have the definitions with you when you need them.
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