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Why is it important to have a website? This day in age having a website is just as important as having a business card. When you hire a web designer to build you a website let's hope they have your best business interests at mind, rather than just trying to make a buck! Laying out a good business plan for the website is first step to building a successful online business. Let's start off with the necessary pages. Keep in mind you do not have to use any of these pages they are just suggestions. Good suggestion but, just suggestions.
1) "Home Page" The introduction! This is where to you tell visitors who you are, what you offer, where to contact you and why to use you. Your website must catch them the second they click on it because if it doesn't say goodbye to that potential customer.
2) Your "About Us" page is a great way to tell customers more about you and your company. How is started? When is started? Plans for the future.
3) The "Contact Us" page. This is where you leave you business contact information. Address, Phone, Fax, Email, Maps to your business, Operating hours, Payments Accepted. The list goes on but you get the idea.
4) "Products or Services" page. This is where you tell your potential customers what kind of products or Services you can offer them with examples.
5) "Photo Gallery" This allows you to show users pictures of your work, your place of business, or food that your serve, all depending on the business that you are in.
6) "Sitemap" A sitemap is a webpage that references all the other pages on your website. This is very important for the search engines to rank your website. To read more about internet marketing click here Since 2001 Benjamin Marc Corporation has been creating websites for small and large businesses in Long Island and sourounding areas. Our goal is to make sure our clients are 100% satisfied from conception to completion. Our team of trained professionals will develop a website or redesign your existing website so that it is modern, flashy and meets the needs of ones viewing it.
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