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What site to create? - 12 types and suggestions

Do you like a new project, but you are not sure what site to create? Look at our 12 offers. Perhaps you will like one of them.

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He has been involved in various start-ups, opening and closing companies, while at the same time developing various types of websites for his own business. The sites he created were really of a different nature.

If you are also looking for something for yourself, dreaming about a new site, but don't know what site to create, perhaps this note will be useful to you.

Below you will find 12 different types of websites.

Some of them are more or less interconnected, and the use of one type does not at all exclude the simultaneous use of another. However, they can always serve as the basis for a specific starting point.

Don't know what website to create? - here are 12 suggestions

1. Corporate website

This is what we would call our website.

This is just a website, which is also a kind of business card of the company.

In particular, here is a range of services and offers, that is, those areas in which potential customers may be interested.

There are indeed quite a few texts in our database that can be useful to you when it comes to this particular topic. Here are five sample articles:

  • Company's first website - what should you know to get started?
  • Company website on WordPress, CMS for business
  • Company website - what should be placed on it?
  • Why does your company need a professional website?
  • How to outperform larger companies in Google search?

2. Personal Blog

Company blogs have been an integral part of many company websites for several years now.

However, it should be remembered that the blog was originally created as an online diary. It was conceived as a digital version of a place where various, sometimes purely personal information and thoughts are recorded.

There are still many blogs on the Internet that are not associated with any company, but are simply run by individuals.

3. Personal brand promotion

Many people create a personal brand.

Those who do this want to be associated as experts in a particular field. They want to gain recognition using their name.

Nowadays, there is a lot of competition in almost every sector, so you will have to work hard (in terms of labor, time and sometimes luck) to get the biggest piece of the pie.

4. Site directory

If you are thinking about what kind of site to create, you might think of, for example, a site directory.

A dozen or so years ago, site directories were considered the cornerstone of link building. Today, their importance has definitely declined - it's hard to find a valuable directory from which it would be really profitable to get a link.

However, you can always try to start working in this area and create some elite site, for example, for the industry of your choice.

5. Portal

In recent years, the very concept of a portal has become very broad.Some would lump Facebook, the Google search engine, or Onet for example in various ways - in fact, these are quite extreme services in terms of assumptions and mechanics.

So, in general, the three sites that I talked about earlier can be classified into one category.

Actually, I know people who start their day on Facebook, Google or a news site like Onet.

6. Online store

The general principle of the online store is very simple.

We have a product list view, a single product card, a shopping cart and the so-called checkout, i.e. a place where you enter shipping details and select a payment method.

Here is a very, very general theory. This is because there are a number of deviations from the aforementioned assumptions - for example, stores that only have one product or that combine the functions of a shopping cart and the aforementioned "cash register" in one panel.

In any case, the goal is the same - selling goods via the Internet.

7. Portfolio

What website should you create? For example, a portfolio, i.e. sort of a portfolio with your best work to date.

Portfolio is an integral part of the creative industry. It allows photographers, architects, web designers and other professions where creative invention matters a lot to present their work.

The goal of a portfolio is simple - to present previous work to potential clients so that, based on previous work, they want to use the services.

8. Online service

An online service can combine the functions of, for example, a company website, as well as an online store.

I'm thinking here - Ahrefs, for example, which is a set of tools useful for SEO and positioning purposes.

Using this service, you can purchase access to the service and, by paying a subscription fee, use its capabilities.

9. Ebook Promotion

The website can also be used to promote your own personal brand or company ebook.

A growing trend nowadays is to publish an e-book based on existing content, i.e. previously written articles.

This is a good solution, especially for individuals or companies that have solid textual material, which, with fairly minor changes, can be published in a completely new form.

10. Encyclopedia

If you are thinking about what kind of website to create, you might be interested in the topic of encyclopedias.

You don't have to reinvent the wheel - you can use, for example, MediaWiki, an open source software with which you can create your own wiki.

11. Non-commercial activity

Non-commercial activity, that is, for example, the creation of a website to promote a private or public good.

Of course, not guided by making a profit for yourself, but, for example, focusing on achieving a specific goal.

12. Fan site

If you have an interest in a subject or an idol who doesn't have a fan club yet, then a fan site might be just what you need.

I myself know something about this, since I managed to create my first fairly serious (at that time) site somewhere in the middle classes of the school. It was a site (along with a forum that became very popular) dedicated to information about all kinds of games in the world of Dragon Ball.

It was a really great time when I learned "the basics of the basics". Without a doubt, I wouldn't be doing all the things I'm doing now if I hadn't been "lost" many years ago in this very regard.

What website to create? - summary

As I said at the beginning of the text - if you feel like starting a new project, you just want to realize yourself, but don't know yet from what angle, then perhaps this post will be useful to you.

Take another look at the above list - I hope you find some inspiration for yourself.

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