Simplicated Web Designs has been dishing out beautiful web designs to a wide variety of clients over the past 5 years. If you are looking for the best solution to get your business the best possible chance in your online marketing, you have come to the right place. Whether you are just starting out with a website or you have a website that needs redesigned, I am eager to get you on the right track.
Before I take a look at what your business requires, I want to point out the various types of websites available.
- Basic (Brochure) Websites
Brochure Websites are used primarily as a fulfillment piece to your core business. You aren’t capturing any customer information or performing any type of online sales. You would use this type of site to promote a product or service that you would have the customer call your office or come and visit your location.
- E-Commerce Websites
You have a product, or possibly a whole catalog of products you want to sell and you want to do it online. By having an E-Commerce Website, you are making your products available to the entire world to purchase. E-Commerce Websites come with added costs to accept payment, processing shipping and to provide a safe and secure transaction process for your customers.
- Web Applications
Sometimes your concept just doesn’t fit into any category at all. Web Applications generally provide a user with a set of tools to complete a specific task. They can use social networking or allow a user to make a purchase.
6 Questions to Ask Yourself
Before you make the call, ask yourself the following questions. Doing so will prepare you for what to expect in our first conversation.
- Do you need to have access to make changes yourself?
- Will you be selling something?
- Do you want to allow customers to purchase your product online?
- What websites are similar to the one your business requires?
- Have you registered a domain name (mybusiness.com)?
- Where will you host your website?
Keep it in Prospective
When you are first starting out with a new business, you are taking a certain amount of risk. I want to help reduce that risk as much as possible. When designing and developing a website, keep in mind that you don’t need to swing for the fences on the first at-bat. I can help you layout a plan to develop your site in phases allowing you to allocate your budget wisely.
When you are ready to take the next step, contact me and we can layout the details together.
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