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Kinds of Websites - Which Suits You?
By: John Simms
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    Kinds of Websites - Which Suits You?

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    Often the best type of website for you to launch for your business depends on the on the nature of your business, your corporate goals, the stage of development of your business and the resources you have at your disposal.Here are some types of websites to give you an idea of what you might consider looking for.
    Static Websites – Brochureware

    * Most small businesses start out with a small, “static” website.
    * In order for the business to update their static website, they will have to contact their website development company and request that the changes be made. It is for this reason that they are not updated very often and remain “static” for a long period of time.
    * A static website can, however, feed off dynamic content from other websites by syndicating content. Such content often includes the latest weather, news headlines, exchange rates, etc.
    * A static website mainly serves to provide a business with basic online presence.

    Dynamic, Database-Driven Websites

    Today, most successful websites are dynamic, meaning the content changes regularly without necessarily feeding content from other bigger websites (as in the case of many static websites). Dynamic websites are usually maintained by members of the business using a Content Management System – a web-based software application that allows them to update their content without having to learn anything about web programming.
    Corporate Style Websites

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