Inspirational Website Quotes & Sayings On Business, Design

These website quotes will inspire you. Websites have many functions and can be used in various fashions; a website can be a personal website, a commercial website, a government website, or a non-profit organization website.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging website quotes, website sayings, and website proverbs.

Best Website Quotes

  1. “Your website is the window of your business. Keep it fresh, keep it exciting.” ~ Jay Conrad Levinson
  2. “A bad website is like a grumpy salesperson.” ~ Jakob Nielsen
  3. “A personal website is vital, but it needs to change and evolve.” ~ Cory Trepanier
  4. “A website without SEO is like a car with no gas.” ~ Paul Cookson
  5. “Everybody thinks their website is above average.” ~ Matt Cutts

  6. “I had so many songs that were actually sort of finished. And I deleted them. I wrote on my website that I’d put them on the shelf, but that wasn’t true. I actually deleted them from my computer. I got sort of trigger-happy and I think I deleted about 200 songs from my computer.” ~ Jens Lekman
  7. “Good website practice and optimizing for conversion usually makes for good search engine optimization. These work together to ensure you drive quality traffic and can persuade that traffic to help you meet your business goals.” ~ Marc Ostrofsky , Business website quotes
  8. “Websites promote you 24/7: No employee will do that.” ~ Paul Cookson
  9. “Designing a website can be a bit like being a kid and inheriting a sweetshop. It’s easy to get carried away. There are so many choices. A website can be like an attic that never fills up. Space is not the problem. Attention is.” ~ Gerry McGovern
  10. “Web analytics is a fire extinguisher. Your website is on fire and you’re burning cash.” ~ Jim Sterne

  11. “Websites are kind of useless. There’s so much great web content and design out there, but the ways in which they are being experienced are not being maximized.” ~ Dhani Harrison , Website quotes design
  12. “I also love lifestyles of the rich and famous and guess what? It’s not unusual for me to sit in bed with my laptop and glass of wine, clicking through real estate slide shows on the New York Times website; looking at ungodly expensive homes I could not ever possibly afford.” ~ Chris Hayes
  13. “This is why I turned down multiple $Million Dollar Offers for my website. Because the positive impact you have in other lives is more important than a quick cash out.” ~ Joel Brown
  14. “Search engine marketing and search engine optimization are critically important to online businesses. You can spend every penny you have on a website, but it will all be for nothing if nobody knows your site is there.” ~ Marc Ostrofsky
  15. “Don’t think of your website as a self-promotion machine, think of it as a self-invention machine.” ~ Austin Kleon

  16. “Everyone wants a conversation. They want inspiration. Inspire people with your website. Don’t just interrupt, but interact. Asking about Return on Investment is the wrong question today. You should be asking about Return on Involvement.” ~ Kevin Roberts
  17. “You must maximize the probability that someone shows up at front door of your store or website and ends up with a solved problem.” ~ Drew Houston
  18. “My website inspired me to create my book club and provides me with a creative outlet where I can write about things that interest me. It’s a platform where I can present ideas or new ventures and get feedback straight from the people who mean the most to me.” ~ Lauren Conrad
  19. “Up late talking to the fans on a website, That’s the only thing that send ya man off to bed right” ~ Joe Budden
  20. “Create a minimal viable product or website, launch it, and get feedback.” ~ Neil Patel

  21. “If you run a website that doesn’t have something that’s terrible on it, you are not trying hard enough. You have to fail, fail, fail. You have to fail and fail miserably many times.” ~ Erik Wemple
  22. “The only danger about websites, you know, is people who remember something you did or said thirty or forty years ago, and bring it up against you, so you’re going for a job and you don’t get it.” ~ Patrick Macnee
  23. “A blog is a type of website that is usually arranged in chronological order from the most recent ‘post’ (or entry) at the top of the main page to the older entries towards the bottom.” ~ Darren Rowse
  24. “Don’t forget: when you start a website, it’s not yet a trusted site. So you have to bring people from a trusted site to your site to build up the trust in your site.” ~ James Altucher
  25. “Domain names and websites are Internet real estate.” ~ Marc Ostrofsky

  26. “The American Nazi party and the KKK don’t really exist in a meaningful way. They may have an office or website. But they are not tens of thousands of members.” ~ Tucker Carlson
  27. “I love computers. I love writing on them. I love gadgetry. The thing is: I am a slow reader. So, if I am going to get my work done, I read, like, a newspaper and that’s it. If I got into websites and the internet, I wouldn’t get any work done.” ~ Stephen Sondheim
  28. “Well, people who are blues purist types are usually the most vocal and the ones that pop up on the websites.” ~ Jonny Lang
  29. “I really just concentrated on putting out solo stuff on my website, just trying things, but this time we thought it was time to do a proper record, where you make a bit of a fanfare about it. Something that says “listen everybody, I’m here”.” ~ William Orbit
  30. “Only astrophysicists new about the Internet 20 years ago. Today my cat has a website.” ~ William J. Clinton

  31. “I am thrilled to become International Vogue Editor at Condé Nast International, which has a real commitment to journalistic excellence, and to have the opportunity to write for a wider global audience through the Vogue websites.” ~ Suzy Menkes
  32. “There’s so many celebrities now on the Internet and I feel that I was such a pioneer. Now everybody, your dog can have a website.” ~ Cindy Margolis
  33. “Ann Coulter is, at this point, a known quantity (especially after the raghead remarks last year), and she delivered what they knew she would deliver. Where were the complaints in advance of her appearance? There were none that I am aware of, and this is just damage control. An open letter isn’t going to solve the real problem with the conservative movement. And hell, the authors can’t even write this letter without sniping at liberal websites. Ann Coulter is not the problem – she is a symptom of the problem.” ~ John Cole
  34. “When I go on and listen to the stuff on the websites, I can’t tell, it all sounds like the same band, like they should all be in one band together.” ~ Marnie Stern
  35. “My website bulletin board is the place I interact with my readers.” ~ Susan Elizabeth Phillips

  36. “For example, instead of being asked to write an article, suddenly editors wanted me to make super-short videos. The assumptions of those video gigs was that kids don’t read as much news and basically need to be read to, which I found really problematic and kind of insulting. I thought, Isn’t it just that you don’t have any money and that’s why you want me to make some crappy “content” for your website?” ~ Astra Taylor
  37. “I’ve laid out a very, very detailed immigration plan on my website, tedcruz.org. It’s 11 pages of existing federal law and in particular the question of what to do with people who are here now.” ~ Ted Cruz
  38. “Silicon Valley companies need to be asked to bring the best and brightest, the most recent technology to the table. I was asked as a CEO. I complied happily. And they will as well. But they have not been asked. That’s why it cost billions of dollars to build an [Barack] Obama website that failed because the private sector wasn’t asked.” ~ Carly Fiorina
  39. “Most people who end up being successful have good grades, but it’s orthogonal – there’s no extra information than if they put together a website and have bunch of fans who love coming and seeing what they’re doing.” ~ Gabe Newell
  40. “Programmatic is a great thing. Let’s be clear there’s a zillion websites. It’s extremely difficult to address messages.” ~ Maurice Levy

  41. “I don’t think I am very easy to work for because everything has to be just right or we don’t put it out. But at the same time, all the people that work for me have a “no asshole” rule, if you’re a jerk you’re fired, so it’s a great team and a lot of skillful people at the top of the game, anybody from management to the agents to the publicists to the day-to-day website stuff and it’s just a great team.” ~ Jeff Dunham
  42. “It is clear that for many of our members two websites would make things more difficult, so we are going to keep Netflix as one place to go for streaming and DVDs.” ~ Reed Hastings
  43. “Put the walls up. Get the better walls. There’s no reason the army website should be hacked.” ~ Eric Bolling
  44. “If you are a big company, a big website, and lots of users come to your website, you will have attacks, and you have to deal with that. It just cannot be a reason to take actions to exit certain markets.” ~ Robin Li
  45. “As useful as websites and journals are, there’s real value in books, too.” ~ Jamais Cascio

  46. “My dream right now is – and I don’t know how to do it, and I don’t know if it will work exactly – but just this sort of vague aspiration to start some kind of website where people send in their stories or poems, and me or perhaps some other people turn that into music. And then by the end of the year we make a record and actually put it out. Like a band, but the band is actually a combination of the musician and the fan. I think that’s a very 21st-century way of doing it.” ~ Eef Barzelay
  47. “Well we’d just seen Gerry. I think he wanted somebody who had that authority and was handsome. The thing is, he’s a big hunk isn’t he? All I can say, if you look at his chat line, or the Phantom website, it’s quite worrying. Because the girls really seem to love him.” ~ Andrew Lloyd Webber
  48. “The main problem is just that people think that other people care about them way more than they do. Anything that you do, that requires anyone to do an ounce of work that’s about you, is a mistake. Because unless you are Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, or David Letterman, or just a really, really giant celebrity, or you’re maybe at the center of a media storm where everyone is trying to get in touch with you, people don’t want to have to do any work to remember who you are, what you’re selling, or what your website is.” ~ Mandy Stadtmiller
  49. “When you do a cover it’s a way to get attention clicking on something. At the Quiet Music Festival, The Jicks did this Nirvana song, very unrehearsed and not important, but then all the websites were like, “They covered Nirvana!” People like covers of famous people.” ~ Stephen Malkmus
  50. “No one comes to your website to be entertained. They have questions they think you can answer. Content answers questions.” ~ Jay Baer

  51. “I’m not being used to create the trickle down effect in racquetball, unlike Tiger Woods being used to create such effect in golf. If you go to the IRT website, you don’t know that I’m champion. I mean you’ll see my image but you’ll not know what I’ve done in the sport. Although, me being Canadian makes it difficult for them to embrace me as champion. I don’t know, it feels like we take 10 steps forward and 8 back in racquetball.” ~ Kane Waselenchuk
  52. “I don’t think anything ever “needs” to happen. I don’t think it’s more positive to have a Twitter account, a Tumblr, and a blog. Someone without those things will use their time to do other things, like read books or swim or talk to their children or read websites or listen to music or write books or lie in bed or sit in a chair. I don’t think any of these things are more positive than any other things.” ~ Tao Lin
  53. “We have brands spending ungodly amounts of money on print, television, outdoor radio, programmatic banner ads, website takeovers. Garbage. When I say garbage, they work-ish. They’re just so overpriced. I don’t know what else to say. I do not believe that it is worth the hundreds of thousands of dollars in distribution and hundreds of thousands of dollars in cost to make one 30-second video to tell a 29-year-old woman that your soap is great, in a world where she is not going to consume that commercial.” ~ Gary Vaynerchuk
  54. “The more new thinking I did, the more successful it seemed to me that I could become. When magazines are really working, and when websites are really working, they’re doing new things all the time, and discovering new writers to do stories, different ways to package stories. I was always very aware that I was very lucky to be doing what I was doing, because I would get up in the morning, and go to work, and the days would fly by.” ~ Terry McDonell
  55. “Ultimately, users visit your website for its content. Everything else is just the backdrop.” ~ Jakob Nielsen

  56. “I’ve always said that if you want to find out what’s going on in Iraq or Afghanistan or Libya, I’ll give you a choice. You can either read The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, or you can go to the NATO, ISAF, multi-national force websites where they have their own news releases. Who will give you a more accurate picture? I’ll take the mainstream media.” ~ Michael Hastings
  57. “One could think of ways to defeat the censor. I could put up the answers on my Facebook page or website or Counterpunch. In today’s world it’s not easy to suppress information. Technology has helped us a great deal.” ~ Tariq Ali
  58. “For me, the anarchy movement is hilarious. It’s all under .org, which is of course government sponsored websites, and then they’re all wearing corporate clothing from the Dr.Martin’s to the back sacks and the cell phones, they’re all flying around on corporate jets and using corporate highways. Very anarchistic!” ~ John Lydon
  59. “We spend so much time, these days, on forms of literature that don’t rise to be literature, and I’m speaking about Twitter posts and quick and hot takes on different websites. We sort of zoom from thing to thing like a hummingbird.” ~ Ben H. Winters
  60. “I wanted to highlight the destruction in Gaza by posting photos on my website – but on the internet, people only look at pictures of kittens.” ~ Banksy

  61. “You talk about a hateful bunch of people. They have this hate list. Charles Murray. He has been victimized with riots on college campus because he is depicted as a profound hater on the Southern Poverty Law Center website and the left treats that place like a Bible.” ~ Rush Limbaugh
  62. “I’m trying to honestly do what I want to do, in the most honest way, and not worry about the consequences, because what’s the worst thing that can happen? People don’t like it, I go home. I’m not going to get hung by my thumbs. And as long as I don’t read the reviews or care about what people say on a website or worry about those kind of things, then I’ll probably be very happy.” ~ Gary Louris
  63. “I’m estranged from social media and I don’t really deal with it. I tried to work on a website and it took up all my time. People wanted me to have a Twitter account and I spent the whole day figuring out what would be the first message. I still haven’t wrapped my head around it.” ~ Patti Smith

  64. “One time I had too many Heinekens and I googled myself and realized that that was a very, very bad combination. One should not google oneself. My mother lets me know when I’m being followed by paparazzi. She’s like, “There’s a man who is outside your house, Ginny, and you need to be logging onto this website to see if you can find a pattern in when he follows you.” But otherwise, I can’t find any good reason to read my own press.” ~ Ginnifer Goodwin
  65. “If anyone e-mails you something “by George Carlin,” there’s a 99 percent chance I did not write it. I didn’t write “Paradox Of Our Time.” I didn’t write “George Carlin On Aging.” I didn’t write a eulogy for my wife after she died. I didn’t write the New Orleans thing. I didn’t write “I Am A Bad American.” None of them. You know what I’ve decided to do? I’m going to get a little cheap put-it-together-yourself website called NotMe.com.” ~ George Carlin

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