What is a website?
A website is a webpage that people access over the internet. A website can be made of many different elements, including text, videos, images, and interactive content. The simplest type of website is called a “brochure site”. Many companies also use their website to promote products or services via e-commerce. These sites make it easy for customers to purchase items without having to call or visit the store. Some companies use their websites as an additional way to communicate with customers by providing valuable content related to what they do or who they are.
A brochure website is the most popular type of website. It sets the tone of the company and typically contains information on how to get in touch – it’s essentially a digital storefront for your brand.
A blog website is a regularly updated website that can either be used for personal use or to fulfill a business need. For example; an influencer logging entries about travel destinations they’ve visited.
A portfolio website is a collection of typically a freelancer’s work samples or an online ‘CV’. The website can be shared with clients to secure work opportunities and to build confidence between both parties.
A membership site is a set of protected pages that requires a user to log in. It can often contain content that’s only available to users who pay a fee or are part of an educational organisation.
News websites deliver the news in a format that is different from TV or print. They can be informative on any type of topic, whether it’s recent events, entertainment, games, or a niche subject of your choosing.