How does your website measure up to those big professional company websites? Do you have everything setup the right way? Do you for instance have a support ticket system in place, so your clients can file a support ticket whenever they have a problem?
Well, you shouldn’t feel bad if you don’t have a perfect website with all the functionality that you really need, because you both should and probably want to focus on your business right? You don’t want to spend your days building a website, setting up systems you barely know the need for.
The best part is that you don’t! justmyfitness All you need is to hire a virtual webmaster!
The virtual webmaster will take care of your website and all it’s needs. So what is a webmaster? You have most certainly heard this title before, thinking it’s someone that works with computers, right? Well, it is right, but let’s dig a little deeper shall we?
A Webmaster is a person responsible for the operation and maintenance of a website. As many businesses are now only on-line, this role is often handle by the original site designer. Webmaster is a word created because of the Internet and did not exist 20 years ago, but is now in common use. The word is created from Web, meaning the Internet Web and Master to mean a craftsman or specialist.
The virtual webmaster is not necessarily employed by the company and often operates in another office many miles away from the company. This way of working is better suited for the smaller company where it can be highly beneficial. Typically the smaller company does not know, or lacks the time and resources to enhance and promote a web address ( url ), unless the company operates in the industry of search engine optimization or website building.
But for those smaller companies that don’t, the virtual webmaster saves both time and money for the company, because now the employees of this company can focus on the business at hand, instead of doing work they aren’t trained to do. In this case I know of a virtual webmaster that has been in the business since 1996 and is truly great at the job. The job this guy does includes setting up blogs, FAQ’s, Ticketing systems, using Google Analytics and much much more. So if you think this seems like a good idea and could be something you or your company might need, then maybe you should hire a virtual webmaster?