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# of Pages
Website
Contact
Page
About
Page
Product
Page
Service Page
Rates
Page
FAQ
Page
Gallery Page 1
Gallery Page 2
Gallery Page 3
Terms Page
Privacy
Page
Ad
Page
Support
Page
Home
Page
Partner
Page(s)
Promo
Page
Testimonials
Page
Media
Page
Web Hosting
1 year
Web Hosting
2 years
Web Hosting
3 years
Mobile
Hosting
1 year
SEO
Management
SiteLock
Services
Mobile
Marketing Plan
eMobileCoupon
Site
Mangement
Prices
20
page
$2,945
15
page
$2,445
10
page
 
           
$1,945
9
page
 
           
$1,745
8
page
 
       
$1,545
7
page
   
         
$1,345
6
page
   
         
$1,145
5
page
   
         
$945
4
page
   
         
$745
3
page
   
         
 
$645
2
page
Select ONE from these four page
   
         
 
$445
1 landing
page
                 
               
 
$245


Resourceful Page Writing Tips / Reference
- This is the model we use to bring your business to life online and digitally!

   

1/ Contact Us Page

  1. People contact you by multiple means - some will use telephone or mail and others are quite happy to use email. Restricting the means of contact to email only does not build legitimacy to your business.
  2. All reputable sites should publish their address and telephone numbers on the contact us page. Larger companies should make use of contact us pages to allow customers to access different departments. The contact us page should be well planned, displaying telephone numbers, email addresses, web forms and postal addresses under bold and logical headings.
  3. People will look to find contact us details on the contact us page and if they don't find it, may simply not bother looking on any other pages. The common mistake is burying contact details on other pages like the about us page. We like to keep contact us and about us separate.
  4. With mobile phones and PDA's becoming more powerful, your site can be upgraded to these new technologies and people(especially existing customers) will want to find your contact details quickly and a contact us page will allow them to do so.
  5. Many people store phone numbers either in their mobile telephones or use the internet as a way of finding telephone numbers. They do this by typing in the URL of the company or scanning a QR code and going to the contact us page. It takes a few seconds to find and is much quicker than finding a physical address book or even searching through the white pages. Therefore, every company or organisation should understand the importance of a well designed and written contact us page that not only lists contact details but also links to other pages on the website. Our developers will set up your contact us page to make it clear and easy to find.

 

2/ About Us Page

1. It ensures at least one page of your website has copy that puts the focus right where it should be…on your customers!

2. The process of writing an About You page for your site forces you to think about who the ideal client for your business really is. Many small business owners, especially those just starting out, try to be everything to everybody. That often results in you wasting time chasing bad leads as well as servicing clients that can suck the life out of you and your business.

Writing copy for your About You page helps you clarify exactly the kind of client you’re looking to attract. You know, the ones that if you had 10 or 20 or 100 of, you’d be on Cloud 9.

(And even if you don’t want an About You page on your website, going through the process of writing out a profile of your ideal client is still a very worthwhile task!)

3. Prospects who aren’t a good fit for your business can disqualify themselves. When a prospect gets to that About You page, it should be crystal clear whether or not your business is a good fit for them. And if it’s not, they can move on, saving both of you the time of figuring that out later.

4. There’s a powerful psychological aspect to having an About You page on your website. When that ideal prospect comes to your site, you want them screaming out loud “Yes, that’s me!” when they read your About You page. You want to make them feel like that page is speaking directly to them and you understand them perfectly.

When you can give someone a feeling of excitement that they’ve found their Mothership, you’ve got a great shot of landing yourself a new client!

5. It makes you stand out from the crowd. I did exhaustive research (i.e. a few Google searches) and few websites have an About You page. In a web full of sites with the same Home, Products, Services, About Us, Contact Us, etc. options in the nav bar, the About You page is a great way to be different and set yourself apart from the competition.

So that’s my case for adding an About You page to your company’s website. This is uncharted territory and there are no set guidelines here. If you like this idea, run with it! Be creative. Have fun.

But most of all, take the idea of focusing on your prospects and customers to every page of your website. And don’t stop there…incorporate it into all of your other sales and marketing copy too.

Because when your copy focuses on your prospects, it ultimately benefits you.

 

3/ Product Page

Try to provide all the information the customer needs in order to make the decision to buy. Try to think of all the questions a buyer might ask and make sure all of it is available, preferably without having to click at all. If you do have information the customer has to to click to get (like a size chart) have it appear in a separate window, not on a separate page.

As a minimum you need to explain how the product solves your customers problem, and in order to do it briefly you need to apply what is known as the Trifecta Neuro-Affective Principle.

See the problem from your customers point of view. Build your sales text around three points

  • Relate to the customer
  • Redefine the problem with reference to the solution offered
  • Address the most common objection(s) to purchase

Most product pages concentrate on the second point, ignore the first and rely on other web site pages and graphics to address the third.

Here’s a possible example. Lets say you sell artificial floral arrangements and you have determined that your customers value these because they beautify their home without providing any maintenance problems, but they are often concerned that shipping costs will be high.  You might put a shiny graphic on your page saying ‘free shipping’ but you need to be sure your customer knows it applies to him/her.

You can get straight to the point with a headline which connects with the customers because it addresses those points and uses emotional trigger words like beautiful and elegant.

This beautiful arrangement of roses and peonies will add elegance to your home without the maintenance of fresh flowers and at a fraction of the cost.

  • Ready arranged so you don’t have to. No drooping flowers, dropped leaves or water marks on the furniture, just bright beautiful flowers every day.
  • This arrangement is 15 inches high by 21 inches wide, in a quality porcelain vase and is very realistic.  Your friends will never know your flowers are artificial.
  • Free shipping makes even the largest arrangement affordable.


4/ Service Page

Much like the products page, try to provide all the information the customer needs in order to make the decision to buy. Try to think of all the questions a buyer might ask and make sure all of it is available, preferably without having to click at all. If you do have information the customer has to to click to get (like a size chart) have it appear in a separate window, not on a separate page.
As a minimum you need to explain how the product solves your customers problem, and in order to do it briefly you need to apply what is known as the Trifecta Neuro-Affective Principle.
See the problem from your customers point of view. Build your sales text around three points
  • Relate to the customer
  • Redefine the problem with reference to the solution offered
  • Address the most common objection(s) to purchase

Most service pages concentrate on the second point, ignore the first and rely on other web site pages and graphics to address the third.

Here’s a possible example. Lets say you sell artificial floral arrangements and you have determined that your customers value these because they beautify their home without providing any maintenance problems, but they are often concerned that shipping costs will be high.  You might put a shiny graphic on your page saying ‘free shipping’ but you need to be sure your customer knows it applies to him/her.

You can get straight to the point with a headline which connects with the customers because it addresses those points and uses emotional trigger words like beautiful and elegant.

This beautiful arrangement of roses and peonies will add elegance to your home without the maintenance of fresh flowers and at a fraction of the cost.

  • Ready arranged so you don’t have to. No drooping flowers, dropped leaves or water marks on the furniture, just bright beautiful flowers every day.
  • This arrangement is 15 inches high by 21 inches wide, in a quality porcelain vase and is very realistic.  Your friends will never know your flowers are artificial.
  • Free shipping makes even the largest arrangement affordable.


5/ Rates Page

Here's where you want to let people know about your great rates, your promotions and specials and maybe a line or two about what sets you apart from the competition.

 


6/ FAQ Page

A Few Tips for Writing FAQs

When you set out to write an FAQ, it is good to follow a few guidelines. Among these, we consider that it's worth mentioning:

  • Put yourself in your audience's shoes; figure out what questions might be asked and provide the answers that you'd like to hear/read
  • Mind your grammar and spelling; always remember to review what you write, or have somebody else do it for you
  • Be concise enough to offer the necessary information in the least amount of words and time, but don't be as concise as to leave the reader under the impression that they have gained nothing by reading what you have written.
  • Remember to use bullets when you have lists
  • Split the text you are writing into short paragraphs, ideally one for each question you're answering
  • Be accurate in what you say; check your information sources, it adds to your credibility
  • Make your FAQ readable; write a text that is well organized and with a nice layout
  • Organize your FAQ as a set of questions and answers
  • Don't be afraid to leave enough white space; it also improves the readability of your FAQ
  • Avoid marketing texts in your FAQ; people want straight answers, in a language that is easily understood by all, not just some fluff that is meant to dazzle, yet say nothing of real use to them
  • Write about what people really need to know
  • Use the active rather than the passive voice to avoid ambiguities
  • Allow your readers to rate the accuracy/usefulness of the answers you provide; this will help you improve the FAQ and, again, increase its (as well as your own) credibility.
  • If possible, create a "table of contents" with the most important questions and place it at the top of the FAQ page; in the case of Web based FAQs, link each que.


7/ Gallery 1 Page

How to Legally Use Photos On Your Website

When you are building your gallery page, you will want to add your bet photos. Where do you find photos for your website?
The Internet is full of photos and they seem to be freely available but mostly it is illegal to just steal these photos.

Buy a License

Whenever a photographer takes a photo, they own the copyright. To use a photograph you need the photographer's permission. Permission is given to use the photograph in certain ways and for a period of time. You're actually buying a license to use the photos.

Royalty Free Stock Images

More recently, an alternative way to buy photos to use has become widespread, a more affordable way, with photos for sale around $3 or $4 each ... "Royalty Free"!

With royalty free photos, you buy them once and can then use and re-use without paying for them again. There are still some restrictions on how you can use the photos, but what you can do with them is much broader.

Note that this is royalty free, meaning you pay no further royalties. It does not mean the photo is free.

What Size/Resolution Images Do You Need For a Website?

Whether you have your own photos or us a photo stock company to look for images for your website, you will want the resolution to be 72dpi. Most stock libraries will sell photos in multiple resolutions, 72dpi for websites and 300dpi for print. This is because a computer screen has only 72 dots per inch but a printing press will print documents at 300 dots per inch. If you use a 300dpi image on your website then you will be slowing down the whole site as the photos take ages to download - and your website visitor may give up and go elsewhere.

You will need to compare the size (in inches/cm) that you want to use the photo with the size it is for sale. If the photo for sale is larger than you need, you can re-size it down. If you want the photo larger you will be able to make it larger using computer software - although if you are going to want it considerably larger you might need a designer to do this for you.

You only need a 72dpi image for use on a website, but if you will also use the image in printed material, then look for 300dpi.

You can ask one of our sales reps to help you with photo selection.

Try to select a template that offers flash, or slide show tour presenation, or flip/next presentation.

Under gallery 1 - the maximum number of photos included in the price of your web site is 8 photos. If you have more photos that 8 then we will need to create a second gallery page. Remember 8 images per page as a rule, but you can have as many images as you like. Each additional gallery page will cost $95.


8/ Gallery 2 Page

Same information as Gallery #1 also applies to the second Gallery page #2.
Under gallery 2 - the maximum number of photos included in the price of your web site is 8 photos for a total of 16 pages under your two gallery pages. If you have more photos that 16 then we will need to create a third gallery page. Remember 8 images per page as a rule, but you can have as many gallery pages as you like. Each additional gallery page will cost $95.
 


9/ Gallery 3 Page

Same information as Gallery #1 and two also applies to the third Gallery page #3.

Under gallery 3 - the maximum number of photos included in the price of your web site is 8 photos for a total of 24 pages under your three gallery pages. If you have more photos that 24 then we will need to create a fourth gallery page. Remember 8 images per page as a rule, but you can have as many gallery pages as you like. Each additional gallery page will cost $95.


10/ Terms Page

1. Think about your business
Start by creating a list of topics you need to cover. 
 
 

Think about what you need to communicate to visitors in order for them to be happy using your online service:

  • Why and how do you store their personal information?
  • When and why will you contact them?
  • How do you deal with deliveries, returns, complaints?
  • How do you expect people to behave in your community?

And, what do you need to communicate to visitors in order to protect the interests of your organisation:

  • Do you have intellectual property, copyright, trademarks?
  • Are there liabilities that you do or do not accept?

Once you have a list of topics you want to cover, group them, prioritise them and create a list of contents for your Terms of Use page. Unless your Terms of Use are very short, a clickable contents list is advisable to help your customers find what they are looking for; if they are reading your Terms of Use they may well be upset and you don’t want to upset them further.

Write your content

Once you have an ordered list of contents, start writing. Remember to keep your text short, to the point and use clear English. Just because it is nicknamed ‘small print’ doesn’t mean it has to be illegible. Use a style and tone of voice that best represents your organisation’s culture.

If your site contains community features, it is important to include Community House Rules in your Terms of Use. These should be written in the same friendly manner you would expect from the people who take part in your community. Your Community House Rules are a social contract implicitly made by the participants in the community. They will evolve as your community grows so you should allow for these to be updated.

If you decide to have some of your Terms of Use on separate pages, such as your Privacy Policy (if you are collecting/storing data), your Delivery and Returns (if you are selling) and your Community House Rules (if you are inviting people to talk on your site), it is important that they are linked to make it easier for your customers to find things. 

Finally, your Terms of Use may be legally binding if things go wrong so they need careful planning and thought, and you should get legal advice before you put them online.

If consultants will help you or your team create relevant online content for your terms of use.

 


11/ Privacy Page

A privacy policy on your website offers many benefits. Privacy policy is a legal document on your website that informs visitors of how data collected from them will be used by your company. The privacy policy on your website differs from website to website and depends on a number of factors. This article provides tips that can be useful for writing a privacy policy for your website.

1) Do not copy

Copying a privacy policy from another website is not a good idea. It can lead to legal issues or copyright infringement cases in future. Legal cases can be costly and time consuming. Copyright and intellectual property infringements are not taken lightly and becoming stricter day by day. It is Ok to use a template or buy a professionally written document however it should be used in accordance with their terms.

2) Use good language

The privacy policy should be well written and use good language. It is important for the content of the privacy policy to be free from any spelling mistakes or grammatical errors. Although it may seem obvious it can often be neglected by companies who do not treat documents such as privacy policy or terms and conditions with the same attention as the primary website content.

3) Ensure relevance to your website

We have discussed earlier that copying the [privacy policy from another website is a bad idea. It is however OK and quite common for websites to use templates or purchase pre written documents. Whilst it is OK to do so, it is important to ensure the privacy policy is relevant to your website. How a company uses data collected from customers is different from business to business and this should be reflected clearly in the privacy policy.

4) Provide accurate information

A common problem with privacy policies found on websites is the accuracy of the information. If your privacy policy states that you will not share information with any third party sources then it essential to ensure it is followed. Similarly, if you collect information from sources other that your website such as emails or via phone enquiries you receive, then it is important for your privacy policy to provide the full information.

5) Ensure your privacy policy is up to date

You should remember to update the privacy policy to reflect any changes in the way your company collects or manages data from customers. It is essential to ensure your privacy policy remains accurate and up to date. If the way you handle information changes, it is important to update the privacy policy document.

6) Be careful when changing the privacy policy

If the privacy policy of your company has changed, you should be aware of any impact on old data collected in line with the previous policy. If the new changes affect the way you handle old data, it is required by law to get permission from the people concerned. Amazon.com recently faced legal complications when data was handled in line with the new privacy policy but without permission from users from whom data was collected prior to the changes in policy.

 


12/ Advertising Page

Before thinking about how to sell advertising space on your website, first you need to consider if selling advertising is something you really want / need to do. If your site is where you sell your own products or services, why would you want to display ads on it for other products or services? Think about it: If people who are interested enough to visit your site finally visit, do you want something posted there that will take them away, to another website?

The decision to sell advertising space on your website should be made only after questioning your site’s business objectives. Will offering visitors a way to leave your site cause you to lose customers for your own products/services? What is the value of placing ads there, to your site and/or your customers?

Product/Service Websites

If you believe placing ads for other sites will help your visitors in a way that you're not able to help them, and if you believe doing this will add value to what your site offers, then by all means, sell ads. Just don't make, hastily, the decision to place something on your site that competes for the attention of your visitors. Be sure that your primary intent is to give your visitors a better experience by adding more value to your own site.

Once you've decided to sell ads on your site, make sure the ads/links you publish will open into a separate window. Doing this will keep visitors on your site even after they click on ads or links to other sites. If you are signed up to take part in what is known as affiliate marketing, such as Pay Per Click, Adsense, etc., you will make money when visitors click on links leading away from your site. Still, you should take time to consider how adding anything, even money-making links, will affect your site’s “visitor experience.”

You can place ads on a seperate advertising web page or directly on the home page. Advertisers would obviously prefer to advertise on the home page. For businesses like realestate companies that value referrals from indutry related businesses ... giving away a "free" ad may prove to be very rewarding. They may return the favour by providing you with leads that could result in new property listings and sales.


13/ Support Page

Most businesses only make a support page avialable if they offer live or live chat support. Otherwise a contact us page can do fine. Live support offers drivers, technical support and other resources online. Support is usually customized to meet your clients needs

Whether you are using your Support page for product or service, online support can help consumers and keep them loyal to your company. Every business owner knows ... good service is key to keeping customers coming back and getting your business referred. Find answers online, download the latest files, obtain order status and more ... a support page can be very helpful.
It allows consumers to spend less time resolving technical or product/service issues by putting technical expertise to work for your business online and on the phone. It can also be good for checking order status and complete other order related tasks.


14/ Home Page

Thinking about building a website?

Designing a home page for your website is more than just a "welcome to my website" and "here's how great I am" page. Your home page is prime real estate in the online world. The frame that is visible when the website is accessed is our primary focus here. Not the sidebars or the text underneath, just that first frame. This serves the same function as a book jacket.

It's been said that today's consumer spends less than a few seconds deciding on whether to explore your website, or click on to the next site in their search.

That's a lot of pressure to engage your readers in that short of time.

What kind of content should a home page contain?
A home page needs to be about your client or customer. Many site owners make the mistake of writing web copy primarily about "them" instead of their readers. If you make your home page content about "you", what is the "about you" page going to contain?

A good website home page is not about you. It is about the reader.

Here is an example taken from an actual website homepage:
"I bring the flavor of Europe into your home with Full Service Interior Design, Architectural and Garden Design. A Complete team of talented artisans, contractors, fabricators, and designers make up the design firm of (name removed). Whether a simple cottage, traditional manor house, or a grand villa or chateau, my passion for creating homes with timeless European sensibility is imbued in my artistry for your home."

Forget about all of the poor writing skills here and concentrate instead on this:

In this one short paragraph, this designer used "I, My, and her own name". While it is clear that she is a designer who has a large team at her disposal and her focus is on European design, how does this benefit her customer?

Don't misunderstand me, your homepage needs to have something about your service or product in order to make it clear what it is you offer. Each business varies too. A construction business will say something very different than a physicians site.

In the example above--the last sentence about this designer's passion is a great statement. The rest of the paragraph would work better if she painted a picture for her client about what a designer does or describing the feeling of entering a grand European estate. Capping that off with, "My passion for creating homes with timeless European sensibility is imbued in my artistry for your home," would work better.

Take a look at your home page and ask yourself, "Where is the focus?"

If it's on you, you may want to consider revising.


15/ Business Partners Page

The decision to give partners exposure on your website should be made only after questioning your site’s business objectives. Will offering visitors a way to leave your site cause you to lose customers for your own products/services? What is the value of placing partner's logos and information on your site. Does it add credibility ... and are they in competion with you. They questions need to be addressed!

 


16/ Promotional Page

Promotions are a great way to drive traffic to your website, but without clear offerings, readers will typically finish that article and leave the site. Writing easy, engaging, and thoughtful promotions can help you keep visitors on your website long enough to make a sale or become a new contact! Promotional pages are also a great referral tool for your web site. Keep the promotion real!

If you have been selling a product year round for $100 and are giving 25% off, then sell it for $75. Don't inflate the price by $25 to compensate for the 25% off just to make a sale. Consumers are knowledgable today and don't like to be fooled. When you make false offers with inflated prices ... chances are you will lose more customers than you will gain. And those you lose will tell others.
Every business needs promotions in todays competing market place, but by keeping it real you are building trust and building a loyal client base.


17/ Testimonal Page


You probably already know that believable testimonials can bolster your credibility and boost sales.

Pithy, hook-laden, interesting, and detailed testimonials work like crazy inside your sales pitch to convince prospects to buy.

However … boring testimonials just put readers to sleep. Remember the “4 S’s”: Great testimonials are specific … short … sizzling … and signed. (And avoid the “4 L’s”: Long, lame, lazily-written, and lacking a point.)

  • Ask satisfied customers to write customer testimonials for you. They can write what they like about your product or service. Ask them to include something special about your company that makes it different from the other companies. Or include a testimonial telling how you helped a customer overcome an obstacle.
  • Use quotations so potential customers know the words are authentic and that you didn't just make them up to promote your company.

  • Use numbers, percentages and savings or profits when possible to lend credibility to the testimonials. Facts show how your company can help others. Numbers are concrete evidence of what you can do.

  • Use credible sources, famous people, doctors, managers or scientists. Also use regular customers like the average buyers of your products or services. Don't want to include members of your family or friends.

  • Include links from your testimonial page to your home page where your products and services are listed. Direct potential customers to descriptions of what your company offers.

  • Add names, titles and links to the bottom of each testimonial. Include photos when possible. Break the testimonials up into separate blurbs with plenty of white space between each one. Keep testimonials short and to the point.

 
18/ Media Page

Self-promotion is an important factor for the success of a business. One way to achieve this is through properly written and promoted press release media web page.

WHEN

The first thing you should ask, before writing press releases, is when it is appropriate to use them. A news release can be used, for instance, when you win an award, introduce new products or services, open a new office or sponsor an event. The press release aims to connect with the media and is usually the first expected form of communication with the media.

WHY

Writing press releases comes with a number of benefits:

  • Free publicity. If your press release is deemed newsworthy by the editors of the websites you submitted it to, then it may be published, which means free advertising for you.
  • Improvement of your search engine rankings. The more links you have that point in the direction of your website, the better your rankings will be.
  • Keepin your business fresh in the minds of your customers.

HOW

The better you know how to write a press release, the more successful it will be.

Tips

  • Make it newsworthy. When writing press releases you should always bear in mind that you need to give the media a story, not an advertisement. Most journalists are not interested in your latest products or services unless they are truly revolutionary. They are looking for information that is of importance and of value to their readers. If you can find such an angle, your chances of getting coverage will greatly increase.
  • Keep it short. Try to concentrate what you want to say in one or two pages at most to make it easier to read.
  • Stick to the facts. Avoid exaggerations and embellishments. Be honest. If your story sounds too good to be true, then you may end up hurting your own credibility.
  • Use only enough words to tell your story. Do not use unnecessary adjectives or flowery language.
  • The less jargon the better. You will need a bit of jargon if you want to optimize the news release for online search engines; however, it is best to communicate your news by speaking plainly, using ordinary language.
  • Do not address your target audience directly. Avoid using "I", "we" and "you" outside a direct quotation, or else your copy will look like an advertisement rather than a news release.

Online press release structure

  • Header. When writing press releases for online distribution, the header consists of the following line: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE.
  • Headline. The headline needs to be catchy yet informative. It should be placed a few lines below the information in the header and written in bold type. Do not write in all CAPS, because many online news services will not accept a title in all CAPS.
  • Dateline. None of your press releases should be sent without a dateline. The dateline is usually placed either under the header and before the headline or at the beginning of the press release body, along with the city and state/country.
  • Press Release Body. The first paragraph (the lead) of the press release body should answer the questions of who, what, when, where and why. The second paragraph of the body should elaborate on the news and provide further details. Continue discussing various aspects of your company’s or site’s news in short paragraphs.
  • Boilerplate. You should include a boilerplate, which should remain the same on every news release you send, with a short description of who you are and what you do.
  • Contact Info. Provide your contact details so that you could be reached in case someone wants more information. They should be ordered like this, each on its separate line: Contact Info, Contact Name, Company Name, Mailing Address, City/State/Zip or City/Country, Phone, Email, Web.

Optimizing your press release

Always remember when writing press releases to use a language that is compelling to both humans and “machines” (software) that use sophisticated algorithms to determine the meaning and subsequent categorization of the release. Optimized press releases will rank higher in search engines.

How to promote press releases

You have written and optimized your press release for search engines. All you have to do now is to put it on your website and add a link to it on an already indexed page and the search engines will find it. Another way to promote press releases is to send them by e-mail to website editors. Even more efficient is to submit your news releases to online press release services.

 
19/ History Page
  • Gather all of the information you can. Go through old ledgers and paperwork, interview long-term employees and customers and review copies of old ads and marketing campaigns for anything that can spark memories and offer insight. Use this research for material for the history, incorporating quotes and excerpts to bring the story to life.

  • Put the history into a chronological time line that highlights major events, achievements and milestones. Use this as the outline for the story. The time line itself can also be used in a press kit.

  • Start writing with the beginning of the company and include what inspired the founders, why that particular business was chosen, the struggles that were faced and the obstacles overcome. Insert personal anecdotes and memorable achievements and the vision for the future and where the business is headed.

  • Before publishing your history, have some people outside of your company read the history as if they were potential investors or clients to see if what you have written makes them interested in the company. If it fails to do that, revamp it until it does.

  • Prepare versions of your company history of different lengths and also have them readily available for publication. It will make fitting your business history into your future marketing plans a simpler task and easily referred to on your website.


20/ Other pages

You may decide to add more pages with different titles, or add more gallery pages etc.


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WebsiteInnovative.com is website developer and a web hosting provider that connects an individual or company and World Wide Web readers. To put a webpage online, one must go through a web host. Every web site regardless how big or small needs to be hosted. Compare it to a TV commercial. Your web site would be the produced commercial and the hosting is the airtime, but much less expensive of course.

We will upload your site to the web host according to the company's guidelines and policies. That upload submits the files to the web host, and then the webpage is published for all to see on the Internet.

Your free web hosting plan depends on the web site plan you buy. You can receive 1, 2 or 3 years of free web hosting and an additional 6 months free for each person you refer to our company that results in a sale. Your referred company will also receive 6 months free hosting ... thanks to your recommendation. Web site plans consisting of only 1 or 2 page sites will be required to pay $68 a year hosting!


Web Hosting - 2 years free

WebsiteInnovative.com is website developer and a web hosting provider that connects an individual or company and World Wide Web readers. To put a webpage online, one must go through a web host. Every web site regardless how big or small needs to be hosted. Compare it to a TV commercial. Your web site would be the produced commercial and the hosting is the airtime, but much less expensive of course.

We will upload your site to the web host according to the company's guidelines and policies. That upload submits the files to the web host, and then the webpage is published for all to see on the Internet.

Your free web hosting plan depends on the web site plan you buy. You can receive 1, 2 or 3 years of free web hosting and an additional 6 months free for each person you refer to our company that results in a sale. Your referred company will also receive 6 months free hosting ... thanks to your recommendation. Web site plans consisting of only 1 or 2 page sites will be required to pay $68 a year hosting!


Web Hosting - 3 years free

WebsiteInnovative.com is website developer and a web hosting provider that connects an individual or company and World Wide Web readers. To put a webpage online, one must go through a web host. Every web site regardless how big or small needs to be hosted. Compare it to a TV commercial. Your web site would be the produced commercial and the hosting is the airtime, but much less expensive of course.

We will upload your site to the web host according to the company's guidelines and policies. That upload submits the files to the web host, and then the webpage is published for all to see on the Internet.

Your free web hosting plan depends on the web site plan you buy. You can receive 1, 2 or 3 years of free web hosting and an additional 6 months free for each person you refer to our company that results in a sale. Your referred company will also receive 6 months free hosting ... thanks to your recommendation. Web site plans consisting of only 1 or 2 page sites will be required to pay $68 a year hosting!


Community Site listings
- Optional but FREE!

Topics include: Value of Realtors, Selling a home, Fire Prevention, Carbon Monoxide, Energy, Savings, Safe Driving, Home Security, Travel Tips, Healthy, Pet Tips. These are features that attract readers to your AD.

Your business listed for one year free with any website design.

You will receive a 40 word listing linked to your web site.

 

 

 

 

Community Site display AD

Your business will receive a display AD, either L = Large, M= Medium or S= Small as indicated on the Chart for one year FREE. Please provide graphics or completed ad. If you require design, a $40 design charge applies.
All display ADs will also receive a 40 word business listing. Both ads will be linked to your business website.


Mobile Marketing -

We can start the development of your mobile campaign today by using pertinent information and photos displayed on your website to create the following products FREE of charge for your one free trial offer. Your mobile plan will be completed within 72 hours and you'll have a few days to proof our work and during that time, if you feel you would like to have content or photos replaced ... don't worry we'll modify to your specifications for free as well, as described above for each mobile page. So let us start on our own and when its done we can adjust to your satisfaction. If you have other specified content or photos or instructions that are not current on your web site, then please email us the material before we get started. Please send all photos using PDF.

Here's what we do for you for FREE:

1/ The registration of your mobile domain name in your name.
2/ The customization of your business QR code.
3/ The development and customization of your 10 page mobile marketing site.
4/ The printing and delivery of your store window QR sticker.
5/ The launching our your customized mobile landing pages.

All that we ask of you is that you pay your one year hosting fee of $69.95 ($5.83 a month) to keep your own mobile marketing site live on the internet.

This allows you to get recognized and grow your mobile campaign, brand your mobile site, while only paying for hosting.

At the end of your free trial year or anytime before that you can cancel or discontinue your mobile marketing program.You are under no obligation to continue or to make any purchase of any kind ... and they'll be no questions asked at the end of your free one year trial offer if you decide to unmobilize! However, we're confident you will recognize the benefits and rewards as your business grows in popularity.

As consumers turn to smart phones for product and business information, starting now to grow your mobile marketing campaign is invaluable to your business. By the second year you will have higher mobile ranking than most of your competitors and have the edge above them and that shows consumers you're on top of the game!

So after you have tested the waters with your one year free trial, you can make an educated decision from experience whether or not to continue and purchase your mobile landing site for a one-time cost of $95 with your continued $5.83 a month hosting plan or discontinue the campaign without any cancellation penalty or obligations of any kind. We leave that up to you!

QR Codes for your business.

If you’re not yet familiar with Quick Response codes (QR codes) you soon will be, because they’re expected to achieve widespread use by the public this year – and for good reason. Consumers want immediate access to what’s relevant and QR codes are designed to do just that. With use of a smart phone, consumers will be able to get quick access to sites while they’re out and about or walking by your store! If you own a business, now is the time to get your QR Code.

QR codes are by far the most cost effective way to grow your business and the fastest way for consumers to get the info they want about your products / services, discounts, sale prices, store hours etc. We have a mobile marketing plan to get your business QR mobilized for viewing by all smart phones, tablets and computers through an unlimited consumer market.

Here’s how easy it works. When someone scans or reads your customized QR code from your store window, business card, vehicle, banner, flyer, magazine or newspaper ad with their iPhone, Android or other camera-enabled smart phone, they’ll instantly connect to your website, web page, video, audio, images, contact info and email address. A recent press release by the IDC research group revealed that for the first time ever, smart phones are outselling personal computers. We'll set up your QR code as part of your web site development and Mobile Marketing Plan.


Site Management

The key to any successful website is good management. Most of us would not leave a salesperson or customer service representative to work on their own without direction or management of some kind. So why would you leave your website unmanaged? In essence, your website is a representative of your business with exposure 24/7 and many times it is the first and only impression of your company to a new prospective client.

In order for a website and mobile site to be an effective business tool, it needs to be updated from time to time and have features that compell visitors to tell others. Features that attract! The question is, “Who is going to be responsible for this?” For many businesses, the answer is no one and this is apparent from the first second that someone comes to visit the site.

• Social Media Buttons
• Mobile Website services
• Complete Website design and consulting services
• Corporate Branding Services
• Content management solutions
• e-Commerce solutions
• Hosting and domain registration services, SSL certificate registration


Search Engine Optimization includes the methods used to raise the ranking of a website. SEO writing is basically preparing content that is rich with popular keywords or phrases and links. There is an increasing demand for writing website pages and articles that will attract search engines and place websites among the top links on the first page of the search results ... on popular search engines. It is not as complicated as it sounds, and it is actually one of the quickest ways to start growing your business online!

SEO content is a great way to drive traffic to your website, but without clear directions, readers will typically finish that article and leave. Writing easy, engaging, and thoughtful directions can help you keep visitors on your website long enough to make a sale or become a new contact!

People love directions. We don't love asking for them, but we really appreciate them when they are there. If you want visitor's to your site to take a specific action, don't leave it to chance or assume they'll figure it out intuitively on their own -- you got to tell them.

Why do we like to exceed our client's expectations ... because our work is our passion!