PHP , Internet Business Marketing , & Good Web Content Go Hand In Hand


 PHP , Internet Business Marketing , & Good Web Content Go Hand In Hand

The basic purpose of a website is to provide information and foster communication. If you want people to buy your products, the content on your website is the single most important factor in that equation. A recent study found that people like websites with content 75% better than sites without any content, and they will stay on a site with relevant good web content for an average of 40 seconds longer.

A lot of internet marketing professionals are convinced that PHP can give them an edge over their competitors by making their website more interactive. SEOs use this technology to create search engine-friendly web pages with quick load times and coherent code. DNN sites, on the other hand, are more HTML-centric and are perfect for webmasters who want their websites to have a clean, modern appearance. Once you realize that a DNN site can be built using PHP without losing any of the functionality offered by DNN, you see the benefits for yourself.

In this article I am going to explain why PHP is a fit for site content developers, and why DNN is not. The technical comparison is also included at the end of this article so you can use it as reference if you need to decide which technology to use for your next project.

The Difference Between Python and PHP
There are millions of web programmers who use Python every day. It is easy to learn and you can pick it up quickly. However, it does not have the same level of support as PHP, and many programmers use PHP instead because it is familiar to them.

PHP is a server-side scripting language that has an incredible scope for web development. You can create dynamic websites easily using PHP. This significantly reduces the time you need while developing your site content compared to using Python directly. For SEOs, there are also a number of built-in tools that allow operators to boost their site's search engine rankings

The Tech Specs In a Nutshell
Hardware requirements: Varies depending on the platform you are working with (Windows, Linux, Mac etc.).

Web server software requirements: Apache 2.0 or higher. PHP version 5.2 .3 or higher, with the GD2 graphics library installed, and the mbstring extension enabled (5.3.0 or later needed for UTF-8 strings).

Website development easier: PHP allows web developers to work faster because it is a scripting language that is interpreted and not compiled into machine code like most other languages (like C++, Java etc.).

Website load time: Web pages using a technology like PHP have significantly lower load times compared to sites using languages like Java which must be compiled into executable code on the fly in order to run properly.

Search engine optimization: Using PHP, it is possible to build web pages that are more search engine friendly than in previous versions of DNN. Search engines such as Google actually use functionality within PHP scripts to determine the quality of a site based on how well it is coded.

How To Create A Website Using PHP and DNN Together
One of the most compelling advantages of using DNN and PHP together is that every aspect of your web presence can be reconfigured without having to start from scratch. There are a variety of modules available that make it easy for you to change site content, build forms, seamlessly integrate social networking tools or even manage your entire website through a web interface like WordPress.

As with any technology, you are going to have your share of supporters and detractors. Some people prefer to stick with their familiar PHP because it is fast and flexible, while others like the cleanliness and stability of DNN. If you already use DNN for your website content, there is no reason why you cannot switch to PHP at a later date in order to take advantage of added functionality and ease-of-use.

The bottom line is that using PHP together with DNN can save a lot of time and money compared to building websites using only one technology. It also offers so much more flexibility as far as developing new applications or site content updates are concerned.

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