What is it like being an administrator or moderator of a website?

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This is a discussion on What is it like being an administrator or moderator of a website? within the Education & Career Talk forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; I'm just curious because one day I wish to run a website during the future. I'm currently in gap year ...

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    What is it like being an administrator or moderator of a website?

    I'm just curious because one day I wish to run a website during the future.

    I'm currently in gap year so I am filling the year for a fulltime job as an office worker.

    Once I get my practicality out of the way I will follow my vision as a web designer.

    I just want to know from personal perspective to what it's like to run websites. Any tips that you'd like to give me.

    Also if I do create a website one day, should I give my credit to those who inspired me to develop that website?

    I was going to credit particular website such as this one, Goodreads, Wikipedia, Buzzfeed, 16Personalities and The Student Forum. Is there such giving as too much credit?

    I am so eager to know.
    Last edited by RK Respected Member; 07-01-2019 at 07:31 PM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RK Respected Member View Post
    I'm just curious because one day I wish to run a website during the future.

    Any tips that you'd like to give me.
    Don't put intrusive ads, better keep number of ads low. Don't put FB like buttons. Don't involve yourself in data tracking bullshit.

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    I've built & run a couple short-term student organization websites, mainly just collections of information and photos, nothing super interactive. First tip based on experience there would be to give yourself several times whatever amount of time you estimate it's going to take to get things up and running. Also, at first, I tended to build sites that needed near-constant upkeep... I learned with time to build things for longevity. Build a structure that can have interchangeable parts and it's easier. And save your good coding for future use!

    I was going to credit particular website such as this one, Goodreads, Wikipedia, Buzzfeed, 16Personalities and The Student Forum. Is there such giving as too much credit?
    It's a kind gesture, just be conscientious about how it will affect your site guests. My thoughts on this just depend on what your site is going to be for. What utility does the credit have? What benefit will listing those sites have for your visitors?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RK Respected Member View Post
    Also if I do create a website one day, should I give my credit to those who inspired me to develop that website?
    I wouldn't bother. It's an unusual thing to do, and your visitors most likely won't care or notice.


 

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