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Christabel Lum Oct 16, 2015 12:00:00 AM 1 min read

8 Tips To Build A Kickass Website (No Coding Knowledge Required!)

Plan, plan, plan

Outline the objectives of this website you're going to build. What benefits should this website bring to your viewers? Will it just be a repository of information for your target audience, will it be a main platform for them to contact you, or both?

Craft a message

  • What's the key point that you want to convey? Keep it short, sweet, and easy to understand.


Choose a platform to build it on

There's tons of Content Management Systems out there in the Web, but here are the most popular:

  • WordPress
  • HubSpot
  • Drupal
  • Joomla
  • Square Space


Depending on your needs, you could choose from free plans to paid plans.

Choose a domain name

No coding knowledge? No worries!

Most platforms come with free templates.

To take it up a notch, you can purchase template packs for most platforms on sites like Neambo and envato. Most of these providers offer good support. 

Before purchasing, it's important to ensure you're not making a bad purchase decision. Be sure to check...

Reviews (see why that's so important here)

Availability of support


Create a journey for your visitors

  • We do this through a series of call-to-action buttons

Go mobile

  • With high penetration rates of mobile in Asia and the rest of the world, every website is now expected to be mobile-friendly. Mobile-friendliness has also become one of the metrics in website grading. It also impacts search engine friendliness.

Know your visitors

Anticipate questions from visitors...

...And answer them

Check with website graders

+CTA: Ask us about incorporating your integrated Student Portal with your public website


Learn how to use your fab new website for online enrolments and enquiries! --> How To Build A Website Part 2


Christabel Lum

Christabel is a Digital Marketing Executive at Wisenet. Content marketing, inbound marketing, and website development, and education technology are her latest adventures, because they make a fab combination of her favourite things: building things from scratch and writing.