In short, any kind you like. Thanks to plugins, you can create any kind of website you like. Today I’ll be showing you how to create a simple blog website, a shop website, a business website, and a membership website.
A Blog Website
My website is primarily a blog website. You can get lots of information about my business as well but its primary purpose is as a blog to help give you valuable tips and WordPress tutorials for your website. WordPress is at its heart a blogging platform. Blogging is extremely important as far as SEO is concerned. However, it does require quite a bit of upkeep and a weekly commitment.
A Shop Website
I also have a shop on my website. I use it so that members can purchase 1:1 tech support sessions with me and also for those looking to make changes to their website. WooCommerce is an easy way to set up a shop on your website and you can accept payments easily from PayPal and stripe.
A Business Website
As you have probably guessed, my website is also a business website. It includes an area on the services we offer, our portfolio, a media section, and testimonials. What makes a business website different from a blog or a shop is that it is designed to feature all the best parts of a business and help potential clients get in touch.
A Membership or Course Website
If building a course or membership is on your list of future projects for your business, you’ll be happy to know you won’t need to invest $1000’s in new software. You can do it straight from your WordPress website. I do recommend creating a subdomain and building the platform there instead of on your main site, however. I built my membership, the SET (Simple, Easy Tech), on a subdomain using WordPress and the Paid Memberships Pro free plugin.
Check out this video where I walk you through the important parts of these different types of websites.