Some common questions we may be able to help you with:
What is CMS?
CMS stands for ‘Content Management System’ which basically means you can log into your website and edit text and images yourself. Modern websites feature CMS more and more. You can access your CMS from any computer with an Internet connection.
What is hosting?
Hosting is access to the server where your websites files are stored. Hosting fees cover the data costs that occur when a Internet user downloads your website (visits it). Hosting fees are like your cell phone plan – it covers the cost of using your phone to ring and text. Similarly hosting covers the cost of people using your website.
Do you write content for websites or should I provide this?
Site Jet crafts suitable text for your website, following best practises for Google search and for maximising inquiries from your website. We can work off text you provide us, or by using existing sales material you might have (eg. brochures or manuals).
What is a ‘domain name’?
Your domain name is the address typed in to access your website eg. www.yourbusiness.co.nz
It costs to register and hold a domain name. We can investigate and advise of domain name availability. They are also called ‘web addresses’, ‘URL’ and ‘domain’.
Can you do logo design?
Certainly, we can take into consideration your ideas and desires and provide a logo idea draft for you to critique. We will revise it based on your criteria and then your new logo is ready to go – for web, print or signage.
What does SEO mean?
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. SEO is a raft of skills that are applied to make your website feature more prominently on Google Search and other search engines. SEO helps your website be found easier when your customers type in search terms that your business can cater for. At it’s core, SEO is based around relevancy to the search term.
Domain Name – the web address you use to locate your website, eg. www,google.com. Also known as URL
SEO – Search Engine Optimisation
PPC – Pay Per Click, eg. Google Adwords
SEM – Search Engine Marketing
SMM – Social Media Marketing
HTML – Hyper Text Markup Language, a form of web code used for displaying websites and content
CMS – Content Management System eg. WordPress. A tool for updating websites easily while live
URL – Uniform Resource Locator – the same as a domain name, above.
IP – Internet Provider
NS – Name Server, a term used in hosting
Blog - Shortened term for ‘web log’ a record of time stamped small entries from an authored discussion