If you are in charge of a war memorial, it would be a good idea for you to consider setting up a website for it. That way, people looking for information about the war memorial online would be able to find it. You have to realize that we are living in an age where the Internet has become the first port of call, whenever people want to get information on various issues. Therefore, if people want to find information about the war memorial you are in charge of, there is a great possibility that they will be inclined to start with an online search.
A person who works for UPS may, for instance, have gone online to check his pay stubs at UPS employees portal (www.upsers.com). Then after checking his paystubs, and perhaps undertaking the UPSers registration for certain benefits, he may be inclined to start browsing around — you know, in order to pass time. It is at that point that he may consider searching for information about the war memorial you are in charge of – say, after having seen its signpost on the road. It would then be a pity if they searched on the web and found no information about the war memorial. Yet that is what is likely to happen, if you don’t set up a website for the war memorial.
Setting up a website for a war memorial shouldn’t be hard. You start by buying a domain name. This could cost you as little as $10. Then you sign up for a web hosting plan. This too could cost you as little as $10 per month, or even less. The next step is to design the website, and you could even do that for yourself using a content management tool (such as WordPress). After that the website for the war memorial would be ready to go ‘live’. And thereafter, all you’d be having to do is to update it on a regular basis. That sounds easy, doesn’t it?