If you are someone who is just diving into the world of websites and thinking about making one yourself or having one built for you, you may have come across terms like “dynamic” or “static website” or “responsive websites” and “content management systems”. You may even be starting to grasp the differences between them. However, you may not yet realize the implications and differences when it comes to what happens after the website is built.
Not all wedding videos are created equally. I don’t necessarily mean some are so much better than others from a technical or creative standpoint, but rather that different approaches and techniques require different levels of planning and execution.
“I can build the website myself!” and other famous last words…
Nowadays, with so many do-it-yourself services like Wix, Squarespace, Websitebuilder and a host of others, it’s easy to think “hey I can save a few bucks and build it myself.” This is an easy trap to fall into, and there are some serious things to consider before you commit to doing it yourself.
The internet is filled with millions of “dead” websites that the owners have given up on or failed to maintain. Everybody starts with good intentions, but to rise to the top you need to be committed to a long term plan and know how to implement it. Read on for a reality check on building your own website.