Why do you need a Personal website

Having a personal website of your own equals entering into an invaluable communication environment by the use of information technology .

1. Represent your personal profile: A website can be your virtual portrait, showing off your personal self to the world on a 24/7 basis.  Among the most popular ways of presenting your personality online is keeping a webblog (otherwise known as online diary) or a photo gallery, where your friends can stay up-to-date with your daily living.

2. Spread your voice across the world: A website can be your global ?tribune? where you are able to share your knowledge, experience and enthusiasm with people who have common interests, but with whom you might not otherwise have crossed paths. A very popular idea-voicing tool is the discussion board, better known as ?forum?. You can also have a guestbook on your site, where people can discuss your postings.

3. Let you be in touch with people at a distance: A website can be a meeting place for making new acquaintances with people of different religion, nationality and age, as well as for keeping in touch with friends who may be on the other side of the world. Thanks to the almost unlimited online communication possibilities you can conduct one-to-one conversations with many different people directly from your website.

4. Broaden disabled people?s interaction with the world: A website empowers people with limited access, due to handicap or illness, to broaden their communication with others. A website can be a physically disabled person?s door to the dynamic world, allowing him/her to bridge over the difficulties of having a ?different? everyday life. It can even be their office, where they can present and deliver certain home-made products/services directly from their living room.

5. Create a web skill development environment: A website can introduce you to the secrets of www. The contemporary web design technologies have brought the art of creating a website just a few clicks away from the inexperienced user. Thanks to the popular WYSWYG (what you see is what you get) web design tools, absolutely everyone (irrespective of age or education degree) can build their own web page without any previous experience.

6. Make extra profit for you with minimum investment on your part
A website can make residual profit for you, while you are sleeping or enjoying your free time. Thanks to the up-to-date techniques for bringing traffic to your website, you can earn easy money by simply having visitors click on certain product/service promos or links that are relevant to your site content pages (e.g. our free money earning offers, Google Adsense / Adwords, ad solutions, pay per click offers etc.) without any initial investment.

7. Promote Your Organization: People buy from people. People support organizations and causes that they believe in. A website is a fantastic tool to promote an organization and build trust ? that is, if you do it right? A well-developed website can convey trust and credibility, making people to buy from you, or support you.

8. Promote Yourself: Whether you are a professional looking for a job, or an expert in your industry: you can show that to the whole world by having a comprehensive website. The use of an associated email address also increases perceived professionalism: a letter from someone at me-the-expert.com will certainly open more doors than an email from a hotmail or yahoo account.

9. Promote Your Ideas: Political campaigns are now all over the web. A website can be a powerful way to promote your ideas, and build a following of like-minded people. Or you can just write online journals (?blogs?) to ventilate some of your thoughts and concerns.
10. Promote Your Events: Have a fundraising event? Want to promote your home based business with seminars, workshops or a tradeshow? You will increase awareness when you create a website for the event. Show dates, programs, prices and arriving directions, Videos of previous events ? to name but a few features that will be greatly appreciated by your target audience.
11. Sell Your Events: Want to take it a step further? You may even want to consider selling (or pre-ordering) tickets for your events on a website. Shorter line-ups, less expenses: it sounds like a good idea to me?
12. Sell Your Organization: Whether ?selling your organization? is a figure of speech (to convince people) or a true selling effort, a website can be considered a very valuable asset to your organization.
13. Build A Community: Want to be perceived as a leader? Want people talking about you, or provide a platform for people to share ideas and ideologies? A website, especially with a forum or bulletin board, can be a great help in building an online community. It may even be the cement that keeps an offline community together, because of its empowering character and 24/7 availability.
14. Share Pictures, Sound And Other Files: I just watched wedding photos, I enjoy watching funny commercials from all over the world, I like listening to music ? on a website. You can use it to share Media Kits, sound bites, or PowerPoint presentations. A website is a great tool to exchange multi-media.
15. Start A Movement: Want the US Army out of Iraq? Want to preserve a local trail? A website is a most effective way to promote your viewpoint, recruit volunteers, build a community (by adding an online forum), make press releases available, and much, much more.

16. Spread Ideas: Even if you do not want to start a movement, a website allows you to share your views and ideas with like-minded people all over the globe. It also allows you to easily explain things by means of adding audio, video or animation to your website. It can be like having your own radio or TV station?

17. Educate: Online education can be very effective; more and more people are taking courses over the Internet. If you provide workshops, or complete courses, you may consider offering them online too.

18 F U N: Websites allow you to present your target audience with something fun. Flash animations as a quirky way to make a point or explain something, can build a lot of goodwill. Skilful copywriting can be used to solicit a wink and a smile from time to time. Sales is all about emotion, and websites allow you many ways to evoke these in a favorable way. But make sure that the FUN is appropriate, or else you will be evoking powerful negative emotions.

19. Family Sites: Many families are no longer in the same geographical area; they may even be spread over several countries? A website can be a great way to keep in contact. Share pictures, movies, stories on a website for all family members to see. Added benefit: you will have an email address @ yourname.com or .ca, so you will never have to change addresses again! (Not even in case you decide to witch Internet providers ? for instance from sympatico to cogeco)

20. Make Life Easier: Websites can make you customer?s lives easier ? and yours! Look at online banking, or ticket ordering. Whole new industries have emerged because people want to be able to do things themselves, from their home or office ? because it is easier. So: what will make your customers? lives easier?

21. Build An Appetite: Pre-launch campaigns can be highly effective. Websites can be used to build the buzz, have a few teasers, a countdown clock, press releases and news about the ongoing campaign. You may even show a picture of just a tiny part of the new product: ?can you guess what it is??

22. Email Address Forever: Let?s say that your domain name is agoodname.com. Using email address [email protected] is a good way to promote your website, because people will guess your website based on the email address. And if you keep your domain name indefinitely, you will have that email address indefinitely. No more sending of emails to your friends and business, stating that ?you moved to another email service provider; can you please update your address book??
23. Play With The Big Guys: Many small companies successfully take on the big Guys. Websites can be relatively inexpensive (compared to running a brick-and-mortar store), and with proper usability and search engine optimization your website can be as good as your larger competitors, or even better!
24. Check You Out Anonymously: One of the things many people like about the Internet is that they can research anonymously. No pressure. This is why it is so important that you have a website that is easily found on the Internet ? you cater to the preferences of your target audience.
25. Facilitate Knowledge Building: You can use a website to sell seminars or e-books, for people to learn from. You can create password-protected modules so people can learn online. You can build forums where people can exchange questions and answers. A website is an ideal tool to facilitate the exchange of knowledge.
26. Launch yourself as a world wide known social worker: Everybody does some social work in his day to day living. How many people are able to know it? Let world know your work. Become a world wide known social worker with the help of your personal website.
27. Make yourself a member of the biggest community of the world: A website is a must-have personal attribute nowadays, just like mobile phones and computers are. The fast developing technologies have converted having a website from a whim into a modern necessity. As of today, almost everyone has a web site, whereas twice as many people are expected to be having their own personal space in the global World Wide Web cosmos in the near future. Be forward-thinking, join this trend now.


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