Having an online presence is a must for most businesses in this digital era.
If you’re in the market for a new website for your business, it’s important to have a good think about the pages you’ll need and the type of website you’ll need too.
Don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the entire process and this summary should give you a good idea of the ideal format for your website.
So what different types of websites should you consider?
- A standard brochure website – if you simply need your website to tell people about what you do, then a brochure site is the one.
- Ecommerce website – If you’re looking to sell your products online and take payment online, you’ll need an ecommerce site.
- Booking website – you may need a website to accept bookings either with or without payment. This is the ideal choice for hospitality, tradesmen and event organisers.
- Catalogue website – This one is for businesses who want to display a catalogue of products but don’t need the site to be transactional.
- Blogger website – Are you a blogger in need of a professional looking website where you can easily upload your content? A blogger website will allow you to do just that.
- Bespoke – if you require something a bit more unique then a bespoke build may be required.
What pages might you need?
- A homepage – It’s typically the first page users will see when visiting your website, it’s important to make the right impression with this page
- News – Keep your visitors up to date with the latest news relating to your business and products or services
- About us – Tell your visitors about your business and what sets you apart from the competition
- Products/Services – Tell your visitors about each product or service you offer
- Price/list – Show your visitors the range of prices for your products/services
- Gallery – A showcase of your product range or work examples.
- FAQs – Answer any questions your visitors may have about the products and/or services you offer.
- Case studies/Reviews – Showcase customer testimonials and examples of your greatest work.
- Contact us – This page is an essential for most businesses. Include a contact form, Google map with your address, email, phone number and social media links.