What Are The Different Types Of Websites?

What Are The Different Types Of Websites?

The importance of website design in the development of your company cannot be overstated. There are almost 1.7 billion websites online today, providing various products and services you are looking for! 

As a designer or business owner, you must be familiar with the many types of web pages available so that you can choose which will best suit your requirements. You may develop the ideal structure for each business and its client base by studying the competition and performing tests.

What Are The Different Types Of Websites

Did you know that about 380 new websites are generated every minute? That’s more than six web pages per second! With so many distinct websites available, it’s only natural to organize them into a variety of ‘categories.’

You could make an endless list of different kinds of websites, but we’ve reduced it down to the 12 most popular.

      1. Blog – an online diary or informative page that is updated regularly.
      2. Business – a general website that covers all aspects of a company
      3. Brochure – a one- or two-page webpage is containing basic information about a business.
      4. Crowdfunding – a method of soliciting ‘pledges’ and contributions for any cause.
      5. Ecommerce – a term used to describe a website that sells goods or services.
      6. Instructional – a website that provides educational material on a certain subject that is typically interactive
      7. Media or Entertainment – information on current events, sports, and entertainment that is frequently updated
      8. Nonprofit – a website similar to a business website but encourages users to contribute to a certain cause.
      9. Personal – an online résumé that details your job experience and accomplishments
      10. Internal websites – typically for schools or companies where users log in to systems known as portals.
      11. Portfolio – is an online portfolio that showcases your creative work.
      12. Lead Gen – a website that helps collect customer information for B2B or B2C applications.

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Some famous website builders like Wix, Square Space, Go Daddy, Magneto, and Webflow are helping young entrepreneurs flourish by making website creation a simple task. Beginners can use these websites because they don’t need any technical knowledge. They are a perfect choice for creating a website for small businesses. These drag and drop site creators however do have limitations when it comes to site speed, customization, and SEO.

Conclusion

Good design of the website is more than just an attractive front; it also encourages user interaction and responds to the specific requirements of the people who are visiting the site. Pay attention to how other businesses have designed their websites to quickly determine which format is ideal for your company.

Knowing what other people have done with various page designs can give you a good idea of what website would work best for you. In general, maintaining a website requires the creation of new material and ensuring that the information is current. To accomplish this you’ll need to keep up with the latest industry developments as well as market needs.

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