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Unit 8: Business Online How to Implement a Website

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Unit 8: Business Online Clowning Around How to Implement a Website There are many things that have to be prepared before a website can be made. Firstly, Clowning Around you have to make sure that you are connected to the internet itself. You can become connected through internet providers, such as BT, Virgin Media, Tiscali, and Bulldog etc. An employee of the company will then come and connect you to the internet. There are 2 ways of receiving the Internet, through Broadband and Dial Up. The Dial Up connection means that you have to disable your phone line, in order to access the Internet. The Dial Up will also require you to type a username and password. In contrast Broadband is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and does not disable your phone line, and is also a great deal faster than Dial Up. So I personally would recommend that you become connected to the internet through a broadband connection. ...read more.

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Therefore having key words in the address, as a result will lead to more people visiting your site. Once you have chosen your domain name, you will be ready to start to design your website. As Clowning Around, you are a small business partying organising business, therefore you must make sure that your website is very attractive to people who visit the site. It does not matter weather you are a small business or a large worldwide business, if your website is not attractive and is very difficult to navigate, people will move on to another site. This implies that if your site is attractive, you can compete with any business in the world online. Furthermore, you will have to think what kind of products and how you will advertise your business through the website. You should advertise what service you provide to the public, and also advertise your products. Such as spoons, party hats, fancy dress costumes, balloons etc. ...read more.

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Now that your website is set up, you have to make sure that you and the website are protected. There a huge amount of hackers and viruses circulating online. If you do not take the correct precautions you may lose all your data regarding your business, and could give away crucial information to strangers who as a result will have access to private files. As a result it is imperative that you are protected. You must have Anti-Virus protection software on your computer. I would recommend that you use Norton Anti-Virus or McAfee. Running these Anti-virus software(s) at least once a week will help maintain a virus free computer. You will also need to have a firewall to protect yourself. I would recommend Sygate Personal Firewall, you can choose which programs you would like to access the network and have the option to block programs from accessing the network. This firewall will also notify you if something or someone is trying to gain access into your computer. So make sure that you are protected, so you are not at risk of losing crucial business files. ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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