Do Your Own Updates

Do you have a website that you are constantly paying someone to update even though it may just be a few sentences that need to be changed, a price that needs to be changed, or a new product you make that needs to be added?  Paying someone to do this can seem cheap because the payments will come in small bunches, but it actually is going to cost you in the long run.  Those little charges at a high freelancer rate can add up fast and give your little changes a big bill.

Changes like this can often be solved with an administrator section.  Armed with a secret user ID and password, you can log in to your administrator section to find a useful interface that makes changing your own content easy.  For example, if you want to add a product to your list of available products being sold on your website, then you will be able to find an “Add Product” button somewhere in the admin section.  It’s simple, intuitive, and easy for anyone to use.

Don’t get too excited yet.  You can’t just go home today and add an administrator section.  These need to be made with custom programming and will only work with the website that they were made to work with.  Their creation involves extensive programming from real experts.  Your website itself may need to be partially redone to accommodate the functions an admin section provides, so if you are planning on any type of e-commerce website you should make sure an admin section is in the plan from the start.  Whenever you do add it though, you can rest assured that it is only going to be a one time fee.

At Dynamic Digital Advertising (DDA), we have made numerous websites with their own personalized administrator sections.  Careful planning on how to set them up and advanced programming skills from the staff allow us to create easy to use admins.  Check out our programming specific site at to see our programming staffs’ capabilities and find out all of the other services they can offer.  So take your website into your own hands and stop being held at the mercy of your local IT guy.  Once an admin has been added it will be updates when you want them, how you want them, and for free.

Why wait?