Designing and effective website
Before you opt to build a site you have to decide what its true objectives are. At Ewebcraft we would to discuss your requirements in detail. There are many reasons for people to want to build a site. Many are for personal purposes only. It is probable that you would like to have dome personal story or pictures published on the web. This is quite regular. Many people have their own site on which they publish their own photographs or stories or histories.
Social media websites such as Facebook or Twitter feed this niche. They allow you your say and write your opinions online where many will read. There are also several do-it-yourself site design packages which will enable you to put in a reasonably credible site without pro treatment. If you have a budget then professionals are available at Ewebcraft to suit your desires.
Many websites are portals into e-commerce. Let's face it, the Internet is a vast marketplace and the successful sites daily collect thousands of dollars in online sales. Then the site design is conscious of the requirements to load a professional and effective site that lends itself easily to e-commerce to get a piece of the action.
The nature of the design is critical. If you have a clear cut site with lots of products it is possibly best to present a fairly straightforward, easy to read, website. If, on the other hand, you are selling data such as an e-book, then you might want a gallery of pictures, logos possibly a live video to try and convince your visitors that they should buy your product. Still others are for esoteric purchasers; gamers e.g. or people looking for a specific function, a funky ware tends use extra experimental style of site with many colours and dark backgrounds e.g. Here the pros at Ewebcraft will spend time with you, the customer to decide on the best and most appropriate design for your website.
Now we come to the site content. If the content is going to be pretty static, in other words, not likely to move a lot over six months, then a moderately straightforward site may be appropriate. If, on the pol other hand, you will be promoting daily specials and wish for feedback or places for customers to leave remarks, then a different content management system (CMS) might be applicable. Whichever it is Ewebcraft is a leader in selecting what site content will look best to show yourself as a serious player.
Photographs and pictures where feasible. This is because on average the click through time on a web page is between six and ten seconds. You must grab their attantion within that time or you will probably have lost them forever.
Now we come to the tools. E-commerce has got many advanced tools to allow or encourage the customer to reach for his credit card after selecting an item or many items on your site. At Ewebcraft we have the most up to date tools ready for sale in an affordable website package.
And lastly, very critically, is the search engine optimisation. You might have the funkiest site on the web with a killer sales technique. But if nobody knows or can find you, you are not going to achieve the turnover. Ewebcraft specializes in its SEO activities to guarantee the sites we design are particularly search engine friendly.
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