You may think website creation is a pretty basic - however, there are some things you should pay attention to when building your own webiste.
The domain name you are going to use
Your website's domain name is its online address. Myawesomewebsite.com, for example.
The domain name and any subpages are included in the URL. Consider this URL: https://myawesomewebsite.com/about.
The CMS you are going to use
The acronym CMS stands for Content Management System. A program that allows you to design, upload, and publish your website. WordPress and Joomla, for example.
Website Builder: a simpler version of a content management system (CMS) designed for tiny websites. It enables for simple website modification and provides a variety of pre-designed templates. It also acts as a web hosting service.
The web hosting service that matches your needs
A web hosting service is a location where you may post your website for others to view. Bluehost and Siteground are two examples.
The design of your website and overall experience of the users
Responsive web design: today's screens come in a variety of sizes (desktop computers, smartphones etc.). Responsive website designs automatically adjust to the size of the screen and rearrange the information to make it readable.
Pre-designed website themes and page templates are included with website builders. When developing your website, you choose the one that is closest to your concept or business and customize it to your taste (e.g., by altering photos, words, headlines, etc.).
Search Engine Optimization is abbreviated as SEO. Your website will rank at the top of search engines like Google for relevant search phrases if done correctly. This will attract organic website visits, which are absolutely free compared to bought traffic (e.g. via Google Ads).