I think we can all agree that the most important aspect of your website is the information you are conveying. Whether your goal is to sell products or to provide support for a product or service, its vital to be prepared before you start to build or hire a web designer. What does that entail and where to start? Know the goals of your website. Are selling a product, gathering email addresses?Decide on how many pages and what they are to be called, and titled using SEO best practices. Write a copy of all pages being sure to include your long-tailed keywords.Gather...

Your web designer will need to know a fair amount of information to get your site up and running, but the basic timeline of how if plays out will always remain just about the same. Step 1: Consultation Getting to know how the client wants the site to feel; colors, photos, logos, typefaces, and functionality should all be discussed. The most important topic should be what you want your website to accomplish. Are you collecting email contacts? Selling a product? Supplying information? This is also where the client will hand off pertinent information, articles, and all the other general content. Step...

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