Presentation on theme: "Types of Websites BTT- Web Design Basics. Business A Business site can market products or services, include customer support and/or preform sales transctions."— Presentation transcript:
Business A Business site can market products or services, include customer support and/or preform sales transctions. The site can serve consumers -- Business to Consumer (B2C) or serve other businesses -- Business to Business (B2). BTT Web Design
Informational (could be government, business or non-profit) Educational - Distribute Information: A website to share information may not require as many features as a site that sells something. Wikipedia is a not for profit informational site that shares human knowledge. Informational - Interest Group: This type of site is not a business or commercial site related site, it could be a site devoted to a hobby, a pop band, or a local interest group. BTT Web Design
Informational - Tool: Performs some type of calculation, graphing or other customized process like graphing a chart (e.g. www.bigcharts.com)www.bigcharts.com Informational - Search: A website searches a database for specific information. Informational continued (could be government, business or non-profit)
Informational (could be government, business or non-profit) Social - Share Information: The largest growth in internet use has been in the area of social networking. These sites use data mining techniques to sell you things and analyse your likes and dislikes. Social - Publish Information Sites like Twitter and YouTube allow people to “publish” their ideas, talents, experiences and opinions to a wide audience. These sites make money through advertising. BTT Web Design
Blog: A blend of the words web and log. A blog is a user-generated website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order. Blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject Search Engine: usually refers to a Web search engine, which searches for information on the Web. (Google, AskJeeves, etc) Portal: a site on the Web that provides personalized capabilities to its visitors, providing a pathway to other content. (Sympatico.ca, tdsb.on.ca, etc) Web Host: a company that provides individuals and organizations a way to make their websites accessible via the World Wide Web. E-zine: An Internet publication (newsletter, magazine, etc.) distributed via the web or e-mail. Data Mining: Using computers to analyze masses of information to discover trends and patterns. For example, data mining software can help retail companies find customers with common interests. Common Terminology BTT Web Design
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