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A few things you need to consider when planning your web site

  • You will need a place to store your web pages. You can store it either on our server or through the ISP of your choice. If you do not already have an Internet Service Provider, we can help you select one. It's important that your internet provider offers full support for commercial web sites including custom domain names, and high bandwidth connections. Consider our hosting packages as a powerful yet inexpensive home for your web site. 
  • You will need a URL. This is your Internet address. Once people know this address they will be able to find your new site. We recommend a custom domain like www.yourcompany.com. This makes your address easy for your customer to find and remember. If you move your web site in the future, a custom domain name will make this move completely transparent to your customers. They will not have to learn new web or e-mail addresses, many online businesses have lost customers due to changes in web or e-mail addresses. It also avoids the problems associated with re-registering your web site on hundreds of search engines. If you don't already have a unique domain name, we can take care of these details for you.
  • You will need an E-mail address. Your web site visitors will need to contact you and send you information via e-mail. This address can be provided by your ISP or through your web site on our server. Additional e-mail addresses are inexpensive and can be provided for other staff members in your company.
  • Gather written information about your company. As part of the development process for your web site, we need to learn as much as possible about your company and products or services. We will use this information to develop the HTML (the language of the internet) code that makes your web site.
  • Gather graphics associated with your company, your product or yourself. Photos and brochures are a good source of graphics for your site. A web site must be visually appealing and interesting so graphics are an important component. We will use your graphics to create electronic versions which will be displayed on your site.
  • Think about your desired layout. You know your company best, but we will be happy to assist you in organizing and planning your layout. Think about the major pages you want on the site such as general company information and information on individual products or services.
  • Surf the World Wide Web. Explore the web sites of your competitors, suppliers and dealers. Get ideas from exploring the internet of what you like and don't like on these other sites. The use of examples as visual aids can be extremely helpful in conveying your ideas to us.
  • Think about links you might want to have to other sites. You may want to link to other sites which complement your own such as distributors, suppliers, product information and links that might be of interest to your customers.
  • Prepare to register your new site with search engines. You will need to provide us with some keywords and a brief description of your site in order for search engines to properly classify and find your site. We will give you more information about how to do this when the time comes but for a start, write down every word that can be used to describe your site. For example, a produce wholesaler might use vegetable, food, grocery, store, and produce as a few of the keywords related to their web site
  • Plan how you will keep your site information up to date. As your company and product line changes, so will the information you require on your web site. Will you be doing the maintenance yourself or will we be making those changes for you.