You can use your website as a powerful tool for marketing your business or organisation. Whether your site is a simple blog or a full-fledged e-commerce site, it's essential to make sure you collect all the right information before you put it online. What would you like your visitors to know about you, your products, and your services? Before designing, you'll need to have at least some of these pieces of information:
Your Website Copy
This is all of the text that is displayed on your website. It's vital to get it right because it can help with the ranking of your website. It should also read well and provide value to the reader.
Your Logo and Brand Guidelines
I'll take your company's logo and brand into consideration when designing your website so that it can be closely matched to your brand. Alongside that, I employ colour psychology to represent your company.
Images of your business, your vehicles, you and your staff, any products you may sell, any work you have done, before and after shots. The specific requirements vary depending on the business because some may not be appropriate to your situation.
Your Social Proof
Do you have some good online reviews on Google, Facebook or elsewhere? We can use them to demonstrate how fantastic you are and convince potential clients you're the best!
A Domain Name
Think like www.mybusinessname.com or www.mybiz.com. It's best to keep it simple, easy to remember, and easy to communicate. Avoid unnecessary characters, and keep it short! Also, you can choose from hundreds of different domain extensions, for example, .com, .co.uk, .red,. me, using them can help you find a shorter and more meaningful domain!
A Call To Action
What do you want visitors to do when they visit your website? We use the call to action to direct them towards the intended action, that is often a contact form, a direct button to call you, or a simple email collection field.