Danni observed, “Because a Designer, Developer and Marketer are three distinct but integrated roles that are critical to having an effective website, [if you don’t do it in-house] you will be better off hiring a point of contact who coordinates their talents and manages the execution of each, removing this burden from you so that you can work on the growth of your core business.”
You have a website that looks incredibly well….but do you have the right elements so as to generate sales from it? When used properly, your website can prove to be a fantastic marketing tool. So do not let your website simply be another digital brochure, rather utilize it optimally to get the most out of it.
Designing a website is only one part of the entire web design development process. Then we have to consider a lot of other factors, such as responsive programming (which refers to the ability of a website to be viewed from different devices), security threats, and last, but not least, cross-browser functionality.
Wikipedia defines “outsourcing in business” as “contracting out of a business process to a third-party”. This Business Practice gained immense popularity since early 21st Century, when organizations outsourced part or whole of their work to suppliers located outside their country. Also referred to as offshore outsourcing, this process is mainly contractual agreement with the third party supplier.