Webmaster duties... what is a webmaster?
A Webmaster is the administrator of a website.
Generally, the Webmaster's responsibilities include:
- Registering and maintaining the website's domain names
- Design websites, or supervising page designers and programmers
- Plan future growth, requirements and limitations of the website
- Managing the Server
In a very large Enterprise size organisations, there may be a Webmaster team of people at the top of the corporation, which establish the corporate web design and global policies, organise the necessary technical resources (working with the people who provide the corporation of your network infrastructure), and supervising the design of the corporation's website (which may be performed by an external company or internally). In the levels of division and products, there may be additional Webmasters who organise and develop the web content and programming for your division or product. In addition, it is not likely to be interrelated a effort to create a web design, the organisation and content of the intranet of the company.
Small Company Webmaster
In a small company, the Webmaster will be in charge of the creation of the site and put it on the server of an independent company or the creation of one within the company. The Web design and the creation can be performed initially by an outside Web design firm that makes the finished site to the Webmaster of the company in the home to maintain and perhaps add content within the established plan.
If you are a company that specializes in the creation of websites, you can channel with the producer or director general of art as the Webmaster of a site. Obviously, this term (and work) is is still defining itself. A webmaster is what a company says that one is. In general, it is expected that almost any webmaster should understand HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and have a good understanding of the requirements a company that want a web site.