The Web Learning Curve can be Shortened

The Web Learning Curve can be Shortened

When the WWW was born in 1989 thanks to Tim Berners-Lee of CERN Labs, although surprisingly advanced, the first pages were quite different to those we recognise today. The main difference was that all the pages were editable by anyone reading them, which meant that in a way all users were designers and editors.
 
As with much technology today, eventually the nuts and bolts slowly get taken out of sight from the public and evolved into niche industries largely populated by geeks who shun sunlight, hygiene and romance. This is a shame because much of what they do is both fairly straight-forward and actually quite interesting, but it’s in their interests to make you think otherwise!
 
Nowadays, members of the public seemingly have the option of using an expensive web designer or buying an off-the-peg site from one of the legions of cheap and cheerful “DIY” operations. These two ends of the spectrum, although separated by price-point, have one thing in common: a lack of flexibility. With a dedicated web developer, there is no doubt that a good one will deliver you an impressive result, however you will need to contact them every time you need something altered, and this will cost you more money on top of the original fee.
 
The DIY site builders outwardly seem to offer you flexibility, but ultimately you are at the mercy of their ability to update their packages to match technological progression, and you often have to pay handsomely to go beyond the basic package.
 
However, it doesn’t have to be like this. Now everyone can have the benefit of having their site put together professionally so that it meets all the criteria necessary to have a modern-looking and modern-functioning site, while still having total freedom to make changes and update it without constantly having to contact expensive (and frequently unhelpful) web designers and helpdesks.
 
For many people, the most difficult aspect of getting a new website is the initial setup; how do you get started? How do you make sure you get good analytics, or that you can be seen by search engines, while at the same time making sure you conform to new cookie regs, etc? Understandably, it can be quite daunting, but Rosco Digital Media smooths out that initial learning curve, enabling you to take full charge of your online presence once you’ve got the site you want.
 
Using an open source platform such as WordPress means that there will always be thousands of independent programmers creating up-to-date plug-ins for you to use, ensuring your site remains ahead of your competition. This means that every package available from Rosco is full to the brim with features that would normally cost you extra from DIY services. With Rosco they’re all built into the package; all you need to decide is the size of your site.
 
Contact Rosco today to discover an easier way to do business online.
 

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