I am planning for a new website development. Static and Dynamic websites which one would be the best one? Can any one suggest me??
It doesn't comparable which one is better either static or dynamic......
It depend upon your need.
If you need to update your site regularly it will better to built a dynamic site like different news portal. but if u just need to give some information or if you don't need to update regularly static site may be full fill your demand.....
If you want your website to be found by users via the popular search engines (google, yahoo, bing etc.), it's best to have the content on the pages updated regularly. Google in particular, smiles upon sites that are dynamic, as it is deemed more popular, and a place that visitors return to more frequently than a static site.
You should also look in the learning center (bottom of this page) here on Hubpages for some SEO (search engine optimization) advice. This will allow your pages to be seen by more users, by having your web pages show up higher in the search results. Good luck.
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