Marketing your business requires a lot of work, especially the work done on building your website as it gradually becomes your online business card. There are two “mainstream” approaches to building a website page, they are: using a professional website builder and hand-coding the website from scratch. In this article, we will discuss the pros and cons of both approaches and analyze how to choose the one that best suits your business needs.[Read more…] about Choosing Between Professional Website Builders and Hand Coding
In my previous blog post, we spoke about using NodeJS for doing ETL jobs. In this post, I’m going to highlight a few of the NodeJS packages that I’ve used in the past. I’ll explain their importance and how they are used. Let’s get started and hopefully, you’ll find this post to be of use to you.[Read more…] about Resourceful NodeJS Packages for ETL
In my last post, I discussed how to create a landing page without touching any code. This post is a beginner’s introduction for those who want to get their hands dirty with programming and code a landing page. In order to create a landing page from scratch, the minimum programming skills you’ll need to have are some degree of versatility in HTML and CSS, and how they factor into creating your landing page. This post doesn’t cover how to register and configure your website name nor does it cover how to actually host a website, rather it is focused on introducing you to the two basic programming languages required in creating a rudimentary landing page.
In our opinion, with the sheer amount of easy-to-use landing page creator tools available on the web, the majority of people interested in landing page should not be programming their own landing pages from scratch. However, if your interest is to become better versed in using programming to create real websites then creating a landing page from scratch is a useful exercise as it will teach you fundamentals across a few different web topics.