Are you interested in getting an awesome website for yourself, your business or your organization? But you are having a hard time figuring out the kind of website that will best suit you. In this post, we have the Different Kinds of Websites Explained, with their features, cost implications and some examples.
A blog is a type of website where the content is presented in reverse chronological order (that is newer content appear first). An individual or a small group typically run a blog to present information in a conversational style. People who use blogs are mostly bloggers and news outlets
Features of a Blog
- Blogs must be updated regularly
- Post are chronologically arranged
- Should be easy to navigate
Cost of a Blog
The cost of a blog is dependent on your choice of a web designer, domain extension and hosting. On average, a blog would cost between ₦13,000 – ₦30,000. With us, we can design your blog at ₦13,000
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Example of a Blog (designed by freedesigna.com)
- Contains pages like About Us, Contact Us, Services
- Should contain relevant images about the business
- May profile the business owners like, CEO etc
Cost of a Business Website
The cost of designing a business website is dependent on your choice of a web designer, domain extension and hosting. On average, a business website would cost between ₦20,000 – ₦40,000. With us, we can design your business website at ₦22,000
Example of a Business website (designed by freedesigna.com)
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As the name implies, a school website is a website designed for any school. A school website is very important for making a good first impression as it often is the first contact that people have with the school.
Features of a School Website
- Contains all relevant public information about the school eg, school motto, establishment, vision and mission etc
- Should contain very sharp images of the school eg students/pupils, teachers, busses etc
- Can feature a publication section where students/pupils submit articles for publication on the school website
- Allow parents to pay school fees online
- Can allow students/pupils to check their results online
- Used for hiring new staff etc
Cost of a Business Website
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The cost of designing a business website is dependent on your choice of a web designer, domain extension and hosting. On average, a business website would cost between ₦25,000 – ₦60,000. With us, we can design your school business website at ₦27,000
Example of a school website (designed by freedesigna.com)
Church and NGO Website
As the name implies, this is a website suitable for a church or NGO. A Church/NGO website is very important for making a good first impression about the church or organization. It adds more credence to the church or organization
Features of a Church/NGO Websites
- Should contain all relevant public information about the church/NGO eg, event days, establishment, vision and mission, about us etc
- Feature weekly sermons or events
- Can be used to collect funds and donations from members or public
Cost of a Church/NGO Website
The cost of designing a Church/Ngo website is dependent on your choice of a web designer, domain extension and hosting. On average, a Church/NGO website would cost between ₦30,000 – ₦60,000. With us, we can design your Church/NGO website at ₦29,000
Example of an NGO/CHURCH Website (designed by freedesigna.com)
Simply an eCommerce website is a website used for buying and selling goods and services over the internet. The most popular e-commerce websites in Nigeria include Jumia and Konga.
Features of an Ecommerce website
- Allows selling and buying online
- Features the different products and categories
- Allows online payment on the website
Cost of an e-Commerce Website
The cost of designing an e-commerce website depends on: how large the site would be, your choice of a web designer, domain extension and hosting. On average, an e-commerce website would cost between ₦35,000 – ₦100,000. With us, we can design your e-commerce website at ₦35,000
Example of an e-commerce website (designed by freedesigna.com)
Some Terms Used in Websites Design and Management
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and, in short, it’s the standard technology for keeping an internet connection secure and safeguarding any sensitive data that is being sent between two systems, preventing criminals from reading and modifying any information transferred, including potential personal details. It adds this little padlock icon to your website link, showing that the website is secured.
Without the padlock icon, any information, (eg, Card Details) entered into the website can be hijacked by hackers.
CMS stands for “content management system”. It is a software application that enables users to create, edit, collaborate on, publish and store digital content. With CMS enabled, you can edit or publish on your website, after it’s created.
Footer credit is the little line of text at the end of each web page showing the designers of the website. Because the web designer owns the intellectual right to the website design, she is accorded the little space. Eg of footer credit below
In a nutshell, web hosting is the process of renting or buying space to house a website on the World Wide Web. Website content such as HTML, CSS, and images has to be housed on this space called the server to be viewable online. Hostings are renewed yearly too.
Domain Name Extension
Domain name extensions are the last part of a domain name. For example, in ‘freedesigna.com,’ the domain name extension is .com. Other common domain name extensions include
Note: Price of a domain name depends on its extension, eg .com.ng costs about #2000, while .com cost about #6000, with .org costing about #9000. These prices are renewed yearly.