Websites

Maintain your results by maintaining your website

Back in the first of this series I gave you a single message: Website Good!! This blog also gives you a single message: Out of date website bad!!! What happens when someone visits an out of date website? You probably already know the answer to this one. You’ve probably done it yourself. You go to

What is it that you do? Writing your Products and Services pages

Has it really taken me until blog five to get to the product and services pages? For most business owners, this can feel like the most important place to focus. It is, after all, where you list all the things your business offers which make you money. Very true – but hopefully by now you’ve

What’s it all about?

What is the second most visited page on most businesses’ websites? I only learned the answer to this one recently and it really surprised me. It’s your About pages. Strange, isn’t it but it does make sense. It may not be the second place a new visitor goes (especially not if you’ve got your home page

Creating an inviting Home page

As a general rule, your Home page is the first thing that most people will see of your website. But (and this is a really big ‘but’) I want you to think of it like the front door of your house. You don’t want to leave people standing there! The idea is to invite your

How many pages?

This is one of those ‘How long is a piece of string?’ types of question. It is, however, something that deserves a bit of thought. Once you have given some thought to how your website is found and used you’ll be able to start planning out your site with that in mind. Work it out based

It starts with knowing how your website is used

Having a website is seen as a business essential these days. One of the first steps in setting up a new business is to get a website domain (which also gives you an email address) which is right for the business. I’ve known plenty of people who even name their business based on which web