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Recommendations I would make to a small business considering setting up a website

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Recommendations I would make to a small business considering setting up a website. 1. The website should have a simple name so that people can remember it such as Bullring and Amazon 2. The website should have labeled buttons/ link so that the user knows what to do or where to go next. 3. The website should be clear and easy to read and not have a font which is difficult to read. ...read more.

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6. They will have to plan out so that when a user uses the website account for future references the website should remember. 7. They also should have at least 2 or 3 different languages translated; this will make it easier for customers from different countries. 8. You will need to have a team of employees to maintain the security of the website using software such as firewalls or passwords to make sure people can't hack into it. ...read more.

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11. You should have a business bank account so the money you make can be transacted into the bank account. 12. Check the rules and regulations that other countries have such as the UK don't allow guns to be sold but America does. 13. Make sure the website is colorful and attractive so that people will be interested in using the website such as the Bullring website. 14. Make sure you have images in the website 15. The website should have a link where they can contact you. ?? ?? ?? ?? Doing Business Online Unit 8 Oxford Community School Task 9 1 ...read more.

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In summary, the report gives 15 recommendations which are quite good. However there aren't developed, and these points will need to be justified to achieve high marks. The report gives 15 clear recommendations, alongside a number of examples to link ...

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Response to the question

In summary, the report gives 15 recommendations which are quite good. However there aren't developed, and these points will need to be justified to achieve high marks. The report gives 15 clear recommendations, alongside a number of examples to link with the student's background understanding. This will show the examiner that the student clearly understands the key points in setting up a website on line, especially hen it's a small company.

Level of analysis

The report states a number of clear and accurate recommendations for a small company on-line. However this is quite basic, which is quite disappointing as these are good points. The student would need to explain why a small business should implement the suggestions. If I take the first recommendation I would write 'There are a wide range of websites on-line, and due to the scale of the internet it's quite easy to forget a name of a website, and it's vital that the website has a simple name, otherwise this will loose out to their competitors which may have more simple names to remember.'. By stating someone on the lines of the above, this would justify the recommendation for the small company. As small companies may not have the skills required. This would allow the small business to understand why to implement that recommendation.

Quality of writing

With point 7, there have described apart of one term. However there haven't mention the technical term which could achieves them high marks. The term the student could use is 'Website Accessibly', where an internet user at an disadvantage has the ability to still access the website with ease. This links in with proving three different languages, as the student has states on the report.


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