What to put on your site
Your web site is an invaluable resource so make sure you use it to give people the information they are looking for.
You want to give enough information to keep them interested, but not so much as to bore them rigid.
Make sure you use spelling and grammar checks. Bad spelling and grammar can detract from what you are trying to say.
Who you are
- Company History
- Any awards / certifications you have
What you do
- Services you offer
- Products you supply or manufacturer
- How to order / purchase your products or services
- What market you supply to B2B B2C
Where you are
- Your location in the country
- The areas of the world you supply products / services to
How to contact you
- Who to speak to for specific enquiries
Any images you use should be of good quality. Don't use a photo that a friend has taken on their camera phone.
We have access to a wide library of high quality stock images that are inexpensive and can make all the difference to the final look of your site.
We also offer a photography service, to show you and your products or services in the best possible light.
For a small starter web site four pages can often be enough, usually in the following format:
- Home page: brief introduction to who you are, what you do and where you are located.
- About: Expansion on who you are.
- Products / Services: an explanation of what products or services you offer.
- Contact: How to get in contact with you.
This is why we developed our Business Standard web solution.