We at Selexsys are a team of committed IT experts, who come with a promise of delivering world-class software and web development services that focus on playing a supportive role to your business and its holistic growth. Our team consists of experienced professionals who offer to you their skills and expertise for the purpose of effective integration between internet-based tools and organizational objectives to create a progressive strategy for business growth.
We specialize in offshore web design, web development, content management system, web portal and e-commerce solutions that can compete with any global web design or open source development company in the world. Our delivery model guarantees that our end result will help our clients stand out among the clutter to build a niche market which is faithful to you and your business only.
With the help of our highly qualified and experienced team of internet marketing specialists, content writers, software and application programmers and consultants, we offer one of a kind solution that bring in maximum return on investment as well as act as a catalyst to enhancing brand awareness.
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What makes a great website?
Obviously it goes without saying, ugly design repels people from using your website. Your website design needs to be professional and it needs to fit your brand. Colors, fonts, graphics, and photos must all work together in harmony to bring the best results. Simplicity is also key. You don’t need a highly creative design that wins awards. You need a design that sells your services or products. Hire a professional designer who is interested in your objectives and goals and not just their own.
The way your website is developed has a tremendous impact on ROI. Your site must be up to current web standards and have proper code to function properly. If the development of your website is done by someone who is cheap or inexperienced, there’s a high probability that it will be detrimental to your online presence. Partner with a reputable and proven website developer who keeps up with current technology and standards.
Content strategy should be a huge focus for your business! Google and other search engines place the highest importance on new content whether it’s a blog post, updated pages, videos, audio, or downloadable ebooks. Great content gets people to your website and gets them to link to it … and this is critical for SEO. If you believe a static, online brochure is going to bring you results, then don’t invest in a website. Quality content is the mandatory for positive results.
How does your website work for the people who visit your site? Is it easy for them to find your resources or content? Does your website work on desktops and mobile devices? Is your font difficult to read? Can people figure out your menu system? Delivering a great user experience is critical. You can have amazing content or beautiful graphics, but if your visitor gets frustrated trying to use your website, you’ve already lost your investment.
Call to Action
This is the easiest to do, but it’s always the most neglected. If you get people to your website, you need to have a call to action. Get people to sign up for your email newsletter or purchase your product. Ask them to download your book or inquire about your services. If you don’t have a call to action, you will miss out on leads or sales because of it. Ask your visitors to do something that brings you ROI!
It’s no longer a question of whether you should have or need a website, but what type of website you will have built for your needs. There are now plenty of options available to a business owner. Unfortunately so many will choose the cheapest or quickest options, over the more expensive and proven solutions. This is why so many websites will fail and never achieve the type of results the business owner expects.
What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?
Well there are many questions in order to start a new project and I have listed all these below, according to the client which ever I need I might ask with the clients.
Describe your target audience.
What is the purpose of the website?
What are your corporate core values and how do you express them to your visitors?
What makes you different from your competitors?
Why should people do business with you rather than your competitors?
Describe the style of the website you want.
Do you have specific company colors that need to be used?
Can you provide the Pantone numbers for your company colors?
Do you have any other materials that the site needs to match with in some way (brochures, press materials, etc.)?
What do you like most about your current website?
Is there any functionality or options on your current website that you plan to keep (other than the content)?
What are your top 3 frustrations with your current website?
What do your current competitors’ websites have that you wish to have?
Are there any websites with designs that you like?
What about those websites would you like to be incorporated into your website?
What types of things do you see on other websites that you really like?
What types of things do you see on other websites that you really hate?
Name the 3 things that are most important in the design of your new website.
Name the 3 things that are least important in the design of your new website.
Where is your website hosted?
Do you have full access?
Can you provide usernames and passwords?
Who will be involved on your end in the development of the website?
Any other contractors?
Who or how will you be managing website upkeep?
Do you have a budget you are trying to meet?
Scope & Specs
Does your current web host meet all your new website’s needs (space, bandwidth, databases, etc.)?
Do you plan on or need to move to a new host provider?
Do you need help finding the right web host?
Do you already have a URL you plan to use?
If not, do you need help selecting and registering a good URL?
Do you have a logo you plan to use or will one need to be created?
If you have one, can you provide the original artwork files?
Will you need a favicon created?
Do you have a tagline you wish to use or do you need help creating one for your site?
Do you have a completed site architecture for the new website or will this be part of the scope of work?
How many pages will the finished website be (estimated)?
Do you have any page wireframes ready or will those need to be produced as part of the scope of work?
Do you have the content for the website or will content creation be a part of the scope of work?
How many pages of content will need to be developed?
Will there be any cross promotion of content within the site?
Please provide details on content cross promotion.
Will we be importing and formatting your content, or do you plan to do this?
Do you or your team need training for making website updates, content publishing guidelines, etc.?
What types of actions do you want your visitors to take on your website?
Do you have any specific photos you plan to use?
Do you have full rights to those files?
Can you provide hi-res files to us?
Will we need to find and/or create any images for the website?
Will video or audio be a part of the new website?
Can you provide us the proper files or is creation of this content part of the scope of work?
How many videos or audio files will be added and/or created?
Will any customizations need to be made such as optimizing for search, adding content overlays, customized wrappers, etc?
Do you require online chat features?
Do you have any other media or PDF documents that need to be incorporated, or will any need to be created?
Will these need to be optimized for search?
Will your visitors require any special needs (i.e., screen reader ready, larger fonts)?
Do you require your site to be mobile friendly (responsive design)?
Do you have any specific mobile requirements?
Do you need multi-language support?
Will you need a shopping cart system for e-commerce?
Do you have a system you already use?
Are you in need of an upgrade?
Do you need a content management system?
Do you have a preference for which CMS to use? (i.e., WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Concrete 5, Magento, etc.)
If not, do you need help selecting the best CMS for your needs?
Will you need multiple levels of access?
Do you need to be able to manage content publishing approval processes?
Does your site need a blog or a forum?
Will users need to log in to your site for any reason?
If so, why?
Do you need any password protected areas?
What kind of content will be put behind password protected areas?
How many web forms does your new site need?
What is the purpose of each?
How do you want the submitted info handled? (email, database, etc.)
Do you need any social sharing features built in (tweet, like, +1, share, etc.)?
Will there be any third-party applications that will need to be integrated?
What are they?
Will you need an events calendar feature?
Do you have any subscription services?
Do you use a third party for any part of subscription content delivery and/or payment?
Do you require printer friendly options?
Do you wish to employ any “content-on-demand” features (i.e., hidden elements that are made visible with certain actions)?
Do you want a fixed-width or fluid-width design?
What information must be on the home page?
What information must always be visible?
What features, sections or information do you want emphasized on the site?
How would you like that to be featured?
Will different sections of your site require different designs, layouts or coloring?
Do you have any flash elements you want included?
Will those be provided or do they need to be created?
Do you need an internal site search feature?
Do you want contact phone numbers prominently displayed?
Do you require a database?
What specific functionality will it need?
Will you be offering advertising on the site?
How should that be implemented?
Do you have a Google Analytics account?
Can you provide us access?
Do you have any other specifications or need specific functionality that has not been addressed?
What is your time frame for total project completion?
Will you be looking for keyword optimization beyond the design/development scope?
What do you love most about your job?
I enjoy the sincere appreciation I receive from not only my boss, but also the people I work with. A heartfelt “thanks” goes a long way to improving my attitude and productivity.
In terms of the nuts and bolts of my job, it involves dealing with various business, interactions, probing, designing, development, sales and marketing. I’ve always enjoyed puzzles and am always discovering new design features and concept, which only serve to remind me how little I really know about its full capabilities.
We switched to an unlimited pto policy, which takes a bit of getting used to. To me, it seems like I’m never quite sure if it’s okay to take time off. “Unlimited” really means “undefined,” but sounds better.
Okay, ending on a positive note, I'm good at my job and feel positive about my contribution to the business at the highest level.
What inspired you to start your own business?
I have always had the entrepreneurial mindset, but suddenly when the odds were against me, I knew in my heart it was time. The situation said "No", but my heart and mind said, "YESSSSS!" I have never regretted it.
Why should our clients choose you?
I would like to be specific in just few words rather than paragraphs.
1. Professional Relationship,
2. Personal Relationship,
3. Project Difference,
4. Preference Difference,
5. Process Difference,
11. After Service
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