What Kind of Small Business Do You Need Website Design Services for?
Before we can begin designing and developing a website for a client, we first have to acquire information and content from them. The information we need is just about you. We need to know who you are and what you do. What is the purpose of your website? What are your goals for your website? Is your business online-based or do you have a physical presence and you want a website to own the corner of your marketplace online?
Further, how do you intend to monetize your website? A lot of people who are looking for website design in Atlanta for a small business are looking for blog-style websites where the owner will monetize with info products, affiliate links, or even premium ads. Others may have an ecommerce store where they sell goods online. Still, other service-based firms, such as landscaping companies, professional painters, lawyers, and even dentists, may need a website to find new clients who are actively searching for services similar to theirs.
Having a clear vision at the beginning of your web design project will pay dividends later on. The more we know upfront, the more we can customize your website design to help you achieve your desired outcome. These are the types of questions we will be asking before we start designing your website.
Where We Get Content for Website Design
We ask that you kindly have all of your content ready that you want to have incorporated into your web pages. This includes written text, images, and videos, as well as any branding content, such as icons and logos (if you have them). We’ll need pictures of your products if you are designing an ecommerce store. The best way to be sure about exactly which content we need from you is to contact us.
When you contact BizBuzz Digital for a free consultation, we’ll ask the questions we need answers to, get a clear sense of what it is you want from your website’s design, and then we’ll tell you exactly what we need from you. You may be wondering, “Can’t I just add my content later?” Sorry, but the answer is no. Of course, you can always add content to an existing website, but we need to have all of your cornerstone content before we begin. It’s better to build a design around content than to try to build content around a design!