You cannot conduct business today without an eCommerce presence of some kind. That even goes for brick and mortar locations that do not have an online site. More than 90% of business is conducted online in some way. Creating a site is not as hard as you think, but you do need the right tools and resources.
Example Number One: For Information Purposes Only
The Iron PDF versus iTextSharp Debate
Let’s first talk about the iron pdf vs itextsharp issue. The purpose of the APGL agreement is to make it harder for commercial sites to access the iTextSharp source. You need to have a private negotiation with the legal providers and developers for access. You can read more about that at https://ironpdf.com/docs/questions/itextsharp/#:~:text=The%20nature%20of%20the%20AGPL,openly%20commercial%20C%23%20PDF%20library.
That is a good way to handle it(believe it or not). Some sites could be arguably held liable if they used the ITextSharp software and editing tools without permission.
On the other hand, Iron PDF is commercially accessible. That means if you want to edit and print PDF files in .NET. without seeking permission you can. However, that could leave your door open to legal issues if the tight companies take action. You might want to make your .Net site more efficient, but you still have to play by the rules. You can also click IronPDF URL (https://ironpdf.com/docs/questions/itextsharp/) for more details.
Now, let’s move onto some tips for more website efficiency
Are you mobile?
According to some studies, you are not going to get anywhere if you do not have a mobile presence that is efficient as well. Some people pay more attention to their desktop site and skip the mobile site. You do not want to do that. You need to cater to mobile users or your brand is not going to make it far.
How easy is your .NET site to find?
Users need to find where you are at all times. Your domain needs to define your company and brand. Your logo also needs to be in the domain. The logo makes it official. Some users have abandoned companies and brands due to the lack of the logo and domain presence. The public will also find you more credible if your .Net site is officially linked and labeled.
How many sites have cluttered images?
I admit that I will leave a site that is too cluttered with images, ads, and information. Sometimes ads can be an issue. Yes, you do need ads to help your business, but it can get out of hand. That is why you need to keep ads to a minimum and find a way to make it less cluttered. The last thing your customers want is to click away from millions of ads to find your information. That falls under the category of navigation. Your site has to be easy to navigate or your customers will click out.
Keep your information accurate
We live in a day and age where everyone is inundated with inaccuracy and misinformation. Lies sell right now, but you can do better than that. One big part of success is being honest with your audience. Your customers are going to stay with you as long as they believe what you say. Back up what you say with facts. That way your audience does not have to question it. In other words, show proof.
PageSpeed is a key to success
There are times when going slow is a good thing, but this is not one of them. Efficient sites address the lag times and what causes periodic downtimes. Your customers are going to go elsewhere if they find someone else doing the same thing faster.
Those five tips might not seem like much, but that is where people get mistaken. Not following just one tip above could make or break your site page. You need to be diligent in what you do with your content, imagery, and other aspects of your page(s). Your .NET page might not be the same as your .com page, but the philosophy is still the same.