Is your website development like making sausage?

Like sausage, do you want people to watch your website being made?

is your website development like making sausageHow would you feel if a guest came to your barbecue and said they’d bring the hot dogs or sausage? Pretty good right? Okay, if said guest arrived with all of the materials to make the sausage and meat grinder and proceeded to make the sausages in front of you and the rest of your guests how would you feel? Not so good, right?

Yet, many people let “developers” build their content management website live, on-line where potential clients can see the website in progress. They may see a coming soon message on the front page, links that don’t go to anything, links to pages that have “lorem ipsum” content. It’s kind of like watching sausage being made.

There are some things that people shouldn’t see being made – sausage, cat food, canned chicken, fish processing – and your website is one of those things.

It isn’t the most professional form of website development.

Professional website development involves:

  1. your developer building your site first on their computer,
  2. moving it to a private “staging area” that only you and your developer have access to for review, tweaking and approval and then,
  3. taking it live on the server at your web hosting service where it is now visible to search engines and the world.

It’s kind of like your guest bringing the sausages ready-to-cook and throwing them on the barbie where you and your guests can savour the scent and hear the sizzle of the cooking sausages just before you enjoy them.

Silver Maple Web promises you professional website development. No one is going to see your website until you feel that it is ready for your customers and potential customers to view. And we think that’s a pretty tasty prospect.

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Peter

Web Developer at Silver Maple Web
Peter is a partner and Web Designer and Developer on Silver Maple Web. Peter has been building websites since 1996. Currently working in WordPress, Joomla! and Ruby on Rails. He has design experience and programming expertise in PHP, Ruby, Java, APL, HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

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