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WordPress makes a perfect choice for business owners looking to get hands-on with their online publishing strategy.
Your challenge, if you are not familiar with this platform yet, is getting started. I can help.
The standard pages you’ll want to include in your business website’s main navigation are as follows:
Home. Basic introduction of your target reader’s main problem and how you’ll solve it. Copy should compel, yet be brief. Include a strong call-to-action and next step you’d like readers to take (call now, sign up, etc.)
About. Crucial for the feeling-out, getting-to-know you discovery phase. Share as much or as little as you like about your company. Keep in mind that your about page will be the first place readers go when they want to explore more about who is behind an interesting post they saw, or a product or service they may be interested in purchasing.
Services and or Products. Many people run a service-based business. If you do, then this will be a very important page of your website. Here, you must explain in detail what you offer and how your service works or what is included in your service package. Ultimately, you want people to contact you immediately. This is more likely to happen when they have a good understanding of what your services consist of as, well as the cost.
FAQ. People who are not familiar with your industry will likely have some questions. Save yourself tons of time by answering before they ask. What are the main concerns people have before they begin work with you? Cover each in detail on this page.
Your FAQ page has high value because whatever is there helps people seal the deal or make up their minds about how worthy you will be to do business with. Plus, it’s a communication shortcut. Instead of having to type email after email responding to queries of your confused customers, you can direct them back to this page where they can find the answer in detail for themselves.
Testimonials or reviews. If you offer a product or service you’ll want a strong sales message. There’s no better indicator of your worth than testimonials provided by your customers. If you’re not sure how to get some, just add a form to this page where readers can submit their feedback about your products or services. Collect all testimonials and edit for brevity and to highlight special features. Continue adding to this page each time you receive another kind word from someone whom you have helped.
Sign up. Your readers need an excuse to sign up for your mailing list. This is where you make contact with those people who visited your site and left their name an email address but for whatever reason did not reach out to you or make a purchase. If you hook your website up to email marketing you’ll get the chance to reconnect with them, and even establish a long-term relationship. Email marketing is a very effective way to make sales, so don’t ignore it. When people go to their inboxes it means they’re ready to get down to business. Will you show up here?
Contact. The contact page is key. No matter where on your website someone goes, they’ll want to return to a spot where all of your contact information is available. This includes company name, main contact if you’re sharing that, phone and email, and physical address if you have one for your place of business.
Your WordPress basic website creation package includes the following:
- Creating basic pages
- First draft of your written content for all main pages
- Client review, and uploading of written content to the site
- Addition of images to each page of your website
- Banner and brand image collateral creation in Canva.com
Total price for a basic business website in WordPress is $700.
Turnaround is approximately two weeks depending on how quickly the client forwards information.
Contact us for more info today.