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Website Creation as a Means of Fulfilling Muslim Funeral Information Needs Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
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A website can serve as a means of fulfilling information needs on the internet. The need for websites as a source of information increased during the Covid-19 pandemic along with many people doing their activities at home. The Memorial Advisor sees this situation as an opportunity. They created a website to convey information about Muslim funeral products to the public. The purpose of this research is to examine website creation as a means of fulfilling the information needs of the public regarding Muslim funerals amid the Covid-19 Pandemic. This research uses the descriptive qualitative method. This research concludes that Memorial Advisors is free to inform and promote Muslim funerals through any media, including the website. To increase the website's visibility, the MA chose a perfect domain name according to the Search Engine Optimization (SEO). They also pay attention to the content, design, page navigation, and most importantly, the placement of contact numbers.
Business and Corporate Communications Commons, Communication Commons, Library and Information Science Commons
Jakarta, March 18th, 2021
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Library Philosophy and Practice
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