Best Tips for Preparation to Meet a Nanaimo Web Design Company
The following examples describe the types of questions we ask to fully understand your objectives.
Are you a new or existing business?
If you’re an established business the first question we ask is, “tell me about your business”. We then ask a number of relevant questions about your demographic and past marketing successes. If you have had a website in the past, how it worked and if it didn’t work and why.
If you’re a new business it’s a completely different discussion as we need to understand what you have set up thus far, the correct domains for keyword targets, brand and logo development, tag lines, presumptions, what type of company etc.
What service or product do you supply
This leads into many discussions dependent on what type of services and/or products you offer.
What makes you different?
Some people really have difficulty with this subject and we typically get cheaper price, best quality etc. This subject is so important and using words like “best quality” is something everyone uses. It has to be something that really stands out, and then we can discover ways to market you through your website.
The area you serve, is it local, country wide, international?
If search engine optimization is critical and it is for most business there is a substantial difference in pricing when getting top rankings for one city versus across the country or international. Even the size of city will have a bearing on price. If one city has 85-100 thousand population and another 2 million it’s going to take more work as you have more competitors.
Are you intending to sell products online?
This subject covers a lot of discussion from types of products, shipping destinations, shipping rates, return policies, merchant accounts, shopping carts and more.
What is your goal?
What is your timeline?
Are you writing the content?
What quantity of pages do you want to include. Pages like “About Us”, “Home”, “Services” etc.
Typically a consultation can take upwards of two hours and it should as it takes time to understand your goals and your services. You can schedule these meetings on the phone or in person very much like a brain storming meeting we often come up with unique ideas through the consultative process.