Not too long ago, a website was a nice to have list on a business card. Today a website is all addressing system of qualification.

It didn’t take long for the world to say, where is your website?

Nor did they take time to confirm back with you on their expectations and start judging you on the basis of how well your website is made.

Some of the quality websites that remain updated takes hours to make and are made with intense focus on the communication!

Whilst, some are made for a simple reason that there should be a website that talks about you, your services, products, customers and what not.

Then again, there are the transaction supportive business platforms that are mistaken for website, though are hosted and managed in much the same way.

These could your business applications; these could your website that just runs a shopping platform, a community or whatever it can be.

Ever wondered how many types and classifications of business application exist?

Well to be honest, there are no defined systems of classifying a website.


Some just classify it based on business that they represent i.e. if you are a catering business, and then yours is a catering website.


We are making some adjustments towards that.

We are reviewing why a person or business makes a website and how their ROI made meaningful from that.

We are reviewing tools that are available today.

Tools are your frameworks that support a systemic, template driven systems that make the process of making a website tedious or easy, depending on what is being made.

But before we do that, we are also working on why you need a website as a foundation of business application.

As you know, websites were pretty much static with a single page and hyperlink, having some content.

Later it was feasible to add in database, store inputs received from website through simple input forms.

Evolution of technology allowed for cross integration of applications, technologies and platforms.

Today, you make a website because you need a website, a good one. There are no better or worse reasons around that.

You simply need a website.

A website represents the best and easiest form of communication.

So if you are building a website or business application built using a web technology, it is most likely to be still called a website.

There are plenty of user friendly website development frameworks around, these include the ones like

People do call Google a website!

Here are some aspects that make up a good website

  • Business Objective
  • Personal Objective
  • Communication or Key Messaging
  • Positioning, yes Market Positioning
  • Business Savvy, Competitive
  • Copy, Sales and
  • Performance, Stability & Security

Now, do you know why you would need a website or web based business application that is still going to be called a website?

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