The First/Initial Website Consultation
It is important to understand what a website builder needs to successfully build your website. You must also understand what a website will do for your business and equally as important, what it will not do. Before taking the step of building the website you must consider the purpose of your website and the desired outcome of your user’s experience.
Construction of your website projects as a scenario will create clear communication is important. To bridge the gap of communication from a non-technical client to a web developer and everyone in between. For the purpose of this lesson, we will focus on principles that apply to the following website scenarios.
What is your website scenario?
- Provide a landing page with a call to action.
- Allow users to submit intake forms or sign up for a service or event.
- Communicate a single product or event.
- eCommerce shop for multiple products.
- Subscription Service
- Blog (podcast, vlog, newsletter, RSS, publication)
- Event Calendar, Booking or Accommodations
- Reseller or Marketplace Affiliate eCommerce
- Donation Tracking and Fundraising.
- LMS Learning Management System – Online Training
The Do’s and Don’ts of Your Website!
Your website will provide information online on a public or private webpage. You must prepare content with this in mind. Be intentional about publishing public content and stay away from putting contact online that you wish to keep private or not public. You can always send clients private content directly to their email from a private server that is not connected to your website as a result of an opt-in form or a sign-up service.
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