Building Websites on SharePoint 2010

April 26, 2011 at 12:52 pm Leave a comment

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 makes it easier for people to work together. Using SharePoint 2010, your people can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions.

With SharePoint 2010, you can transform you’re your current website and expand your reach, increase customer retention, and drive revenue. 

Did you know?
The user interface will account for 99.9% of the visible end product of a SharePoint initiative.

Here are some of the features offered when building a site with Microsoft SharePoint 2010:

  • Make Authoring Easier. Keep Web content fresh with easy-to-use authoring tools.
  • Simplify Publishing. Quickly launch new sites and content with flexible workflows and publishing processes.
  • Create a Compelling Online Experience. Engage your customers and partners with an online experience that includes integrated search, rich media, and social computing.
  • Build Rich Web Applications. Build powerful Web applications based on your existing business systems.
  • Manage a Unified Infrastructure. Use a Web content management infrastructure that’s cost effective, compliant, and easy to control.

So maybe you want something a bit more easy…something you can do yourself. Well, you are in luck!
With office 365 Office small businesses you can easily design a professional looking public web site because it is included in your subscription cost of $6 mo/per user. Check this video out.


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