What Pages Do I Put on My Web Site?

You need to have a way for prospects to contact you. No point in building a website if you are not getting any business from it.

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A website’s About page is usually the second-most popular page visited after the home page. What should you put there? How should you take advantage?

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We could spend days talking about home pages. There really is that much information and strategy in this one topic. But if you’re reading this article, you likely don’t have that kind of time.

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Earlier this week we checked out 5 pages your small business website design should include when you start out in the What Pages Do I Put on My Web Site article. Here, we’ll check with other web professionals to see other web site pages you might want to consider.

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You’re going to have a website! You have the concepts of branding, presence, and search engines down. Now they want to get started. But where to go?

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Seth Godin had a post on the power of having a FAQ or Frequently Asked Questions page on your site. FAQs are a great idea for your site and you should definitely use them. But what should go into a FAQ list? How extensive should it be? When do you not need a FAQ?

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