There is no reason to re-invent the wheel. Spend some time
online visiting other websites, that do what you want to do,
looking for features and design elements you would like to
see incorporated into your website.
some consideration to the following: How often will you need
to update the website? Do you want administrative access to
the content on the website? How many people do you expect
will visit your website? Who is your audience and what do they want?
Before starting development it is
important to know what building blocks you have to create
your website. Therefore, the first step in the process is an
evaluation of the marketing material and content you
currently have. This includes; logos, photos, brochures,
posters, audio clips, video clips, written material,
published articles relating to you and/or your business,
simple and effective way to increase search engine ranking
is to include META TAG data on your website. This
information is not viewable by visitors but can be seen by
robots that index your website for search engines. Put
yourself in the position of your audience. What would you
type in to find your business. It is important to be
specific to your business.
reason for being on the web is to make it easy for people to
contact you. Having a clear naming convention for email
addresses is essential to accessibility. First names only
works well for small organizations and adds a personal
touch. First and last names aides in scalability for larger
organizations with the potential for more than one person
having the same first name. Using job titles is essential
for organizations that experience frequent employee
turnover. Unique email aliases can be used for different
marketing campaigns to help track effectiveness.
occasion, stock photography will need to be purchased for
use on the website. CJS design uses
Please feel free to browse their selection of visual content
and provide URL's to specific images you may be interested
in using. The cost for using these images will be included
in the final invoice if you chose to allow CJS design to
make the purchase on your behalf (recommended).
design uses PayPal to process online payments. Hard copy
invoices can be generated and mailed (or emailed in pdf
format) if you prefer to pay by check. Payment schedules are
set depending on the size of the project. Smaller projects
are billed at completion, larger projects require
installment payments throughout the development process.
Hosting is paid in advance annually and is non-refundable.
If you have
questions that aren't answered here please
contact us. We are more than
happy to discuss the needs of your specific project.