Deciding On The Type Of Information To Go On Your Website
Posted in Web Development & Design by Click Consult on 11th of March, 2009
The information you decide to put in your new website is of the utmost importance. Yes, an attractive website will look good to your visitors, but without specific information, your visitors will not stay long. Think about exactly what the information means to you and put yourself into the shoes of your website visitors. What do they want to know about your company and business? Think carefully when making a list of musts and maybes for your website. You must have clear information to tell visitors exactly what your business is about, where they can find your physical business and all the different ways to contact you. Who are you? What you are offering and how to make contact is also a must. A professional web design company has the knowledge and experience to make these decisions with you, ensuring that all the information needed is there in the best possible format. Build from basics and add logical extras Once you have addressed the who, what and how to issues it is time to add onto that foundation. Have a section that addresses the basic questions any visitors will have about your type of business and products with practical answers to those. A well set up Q & A page will show visitors you are on the ball and ready to communicate. Give information as to all the reasons why your website visitors should want to do business with you. Give concise information and good imagery to draw the eye. Incorporating information about the specific industry that you are in is an excellent idea. A must is having a page for customer feedback. This should include testimonials from happy customers as well as negative feedback and exactly what you did to solve any problems. The information on your website is how you communicate with your visitors and the content is critically important.