People want to know about ....
Your history - many people feel more at ease dealing with an established company or organisation.
Your aims - help people feel they know you and the values you represent. They may be more likely to do business with you.
Your goods and services - most people who visit your site will want to know as much as you can tell them about the goods and
services you provide.
Your prices - state your prices or charges clearly. Be up-front about any 'extras' and avoid confusing special offers with
your regular charges.
A successful website will deliver strong content with good presentation.
It will be sufficiently robust and versatile to cope with your business needs and your clients expectations.
Your presentation on-line should compliment and work in partnership with your successful business image. It is important
that they share the same heritage of image and presentation.
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