2) a domain name e.g. bbc.co.uk, sometimes known as a URL (a Uniform Resource Locator) – basically the web site address – it is this that points to the host where your web pages are stored – and this is how people get to see your web site
3) email – an email address relating to your web site domain name e.g. email@example.com so that people can email you!
4) you need your site registered with a search engine or engines. Most people use Google so this is where we register your web site initially.
2) suggest a colour scheme, ideally 3 principal colours.
3) suggest a style of font if you have a preference e.g Arial, Times New Roman or whatever you fancy.
4) let us have a word document with an outline of the information you would like on each page.
5) let us know the domain name/address you would like e.g. your business name, www.haveysbricksltd.co.uk or it could be just a descriptive name e.g. www.bestcabbages.com – whatever you choose we can check if it is available and suggest an alternative if the name is already in use – it might be an idea to suggest a couple of names just in case.
6) supply some photos e.g. yourself, something relating to your business.
7) if you already have a logo then let us have a copy – if not let us know the general theme/idea you have in mind and we’ll see if we can find or create something suitable – we can turn most ideas into something artistic!
You need to look at your web site as an investment with a pay back over 4 years.
Having a web site means that you can then use it in your other advertising/publicity – it is unlikely that a web site means you won’t need to do other advertising. However a web address in your advertising will make it easier for people to remember the name and to find you.
Commonly known as Pay per Click, a monthly budget of £30 (a £1 a day) will deliver interest and visits to your site.
As a simple rule the more you can afford the better the results.
For a no obligation estimate or advice just contact us!