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S&S Digital Media Agency, Ltd.


The Business website package is designed for the small business or professional team with multiple services or information, requiring more than a basic website. Includes: * Hosting configuration/setup * Web design (5 pages) * Your design * Help define design * Content marketing if required * Social media configuration/setup/content (FB, Twitter, Google+, More) * Create Fan Page * Create 1 “Likes” campaign to build traffic/leads * Google Ranking * Monthly Analytics * Contact form * LIVE lead-generation & ongoing marketing training * Email setup (3) if applicable (5 msgs) * SEO / PPC support * Up to 10 hrs of monthly support * Complimentary onboarding strategy session * Mobile Friendly

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What makes a great website?

What Makes a Good Website
There are currently over 600 million websites in the world. Making a website has become an easy and manageable task. Getting your business online is one of the best things you can do to reach new and potential customers.

However, many people find it difficult to begin.There are four basic steps to help you make your website memorable and engaging.

1. Strong and clear message

In order to have a successful and engaging website, it should have a simple and clear message that all visitors can understand.
The best way to communicate your website’s purpose is through a clear message on your homepage.
This will also help search engines categorize your website for appropriate keywords and phrases.

Think about what your website does or what you and your target audience wants it to do. What products or services do you offer?
Then, on your homepage clearly display that message in your content.

Many websites online fail to communicate the essence of their website to customers on their homepage and,
thereby, lose valuable leads and sales. Your website is often a potential customer’s first impression of your business. Make it count.

2. Easy navigation

Another important feature of a good website is navigation. Many website owners fail to include well-structured pages
or clear navigation tabs that lead visitors to relevant sections of their website.

Organize the information on your website in a simple and structured way. Think of the general path you would like a site visitor to take.
In many cases, adding sub-pages to the top navigation will be the best option for organizing your information into specific categories.

Think through your web pages’ structure so that it all makes sense in a logical flow. That way, when customers visit your website,
they will have an easier time navigating to the information on your website that is most relevant to them.

3. Content and more content

The main function of your website is to convey relevant content to your visitors and help them understand the problems
that your products and/or services solve for them. Your content is the single most important element in increasing customers.
Make sure that the content you add to your site is displayed in a simple and clear manner.

Use clear and error-free language that will encourage your visitors to dig deeper for more information about your business.
You’ll want to include keywords that relevant to your business and industry in your page titles, meta tags, headings and in your website’s content
so that your potential customers can find your business online. This tactic is called search engine optimization (SEO). We discuss this in depth in our SEO Tutorials.

4. Community

Building a community for your business is one of the best investments you can make.
It’s crucial to establish an online presence. Start with the networks you know and are active on – the most common being Facebook and Twitter.
Include Facebook “Like” from your business Facebook page or a Twitter follow button will allow visitors to connect with you through other media.

In addition to your social networking profiles, creating and maintaining a blog is one of the most effective ways to build community
and a great way to increase content. Blogs are a great way to have a conversation with your visitors and customers on a regular basis
and improve the level of trust website visitors and customers have for your business over time.

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The best way to make a great website is to simply get started.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

What Services Are You Looking For?
- Website
- Affiliate Marketing
- Brand Awareness
- Content
- Email
- Pay-Per-Click (PPC) e.g., AdWords, Bing
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Social Media e.g., Facebook Page, Twitter
- Training

- When Would You Like the Services to Begin?

- What is Your Approximate Monthly Budget?

- Is This is a One Time Project

Do You Have Any Additional Details?
(Optional but the more details the better)

Do You Want Someone Local?

What do you love most about your job?

I love most about this work is that I can be of service to people
and help them become financially free and spend more time with
their families.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My inspiration has always been to be of service to small businesses
because they do not have the resources that the big businesses have
to get their name out to the public online.

Why should our clients choose you?

Clients should choose me because I am passionate about
helping others.

Every client receives that passion from me whether the job
is big or small.

I remember what it was like when I started out and want to
ensure my clients don't have to go through all the starts and
stops that I did.

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What type of website is it?


Which of these best describes your Web Design requirement?

Create a new website

What are the objectives of your website?

Help customers find my business online, Sell my product or service, taking payments offline

How soon would you like the project to begin?

Depends on cost

What is the deadline for this project?

N/A Depends on cost

Do you have any additional details

Either overhaul or new build. Old site artistictile.org built with MS Frontpage a Long time ago. Looking to be noticed online and get the calls coming in again !

What type of website is it?


Which of these best describes your Web Design requirement?

Overhaul of my website

What are the objectives of your website?

Provide information to the public

What platform is your website built on?

Yahoo Business

How soon would you like the project to begin?

In the next 2-3 months

What is the deadline for this project?

Up to 6 months

Do you have any additional details

We need a updated site that handles both mobile and Standard site access It also need to show all of Or locations and Refresh our Services list

What type of website is it for?


Which of these best describes your web design requirement?

Create a new website

What are the objectives of your website?

Help customers find my business online

How soon would you like the project to begin?


What is the deadline for this project?

Less than 1 month

Do you have any additional details

Basic web design, we already have a domain, using this site primarily to recruit potential new hires

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