The webmaster is also called a website administrator. He is like a ring leader who has to work frequently with other collaborators, such as graphic designers and external service providers. He is in charge of an Internet or Intranet site. In small companies, he will manage the entire site, from design to day-to-day administration. In major corporations, he may be more specialised in the technical, editorial or graphic aspects of the site, for example.
The webmaster profession is changing dramatically. Over time, more narrow-focus jobs have emerged, such as developers and integrators. Despite these specialities, this career is still in demand because it comprises an appropriate skill set for small- and medium-sized businesses.
The role of the webmaster is to design websites, update them, refresh their content and keep them in good working order. Ease of use, organic SEO, editorial and promotional content and graphic design are all areas that he coordinates and delegates to other professionals as necessary.
Webmasters are versatile, rigorous and organised because they have to manage multiple projects at once and ensure deadlines are met. Their interpersonal skills help them work with the many stakeholders who may become involved in their projects.
Webmasters use their sound technical and graphics knowledge to work efficiently and find solutions to technical problems.
Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator
CMS: Joomla, Prestashop, Magento, WordPress
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