Advertising and marketing Assist Movie Rating: 5 / five
A static website design is most appropriate if you are starting a new business and don’t have much to convey. You can evolve to much more active pages once you have more material to provide to the customer or in other words when your business picks up. You can also use the static design if you do not have many resources in the form of finance. A static website would be relatively cheaper to its much advanced cousins.
A static website usually is not connected to any server so does not have a database or content used for interaction. These are small in nature and do not feature complex content or functionality. With stylish graphics and color combination a static website can be tastefully decorated and made attractive to customers. There is not much back end programming involved with these sites so they do not do anything clever. The advantages are that they are cheaper, easier to maintain and faster in operation.
A Basic Brochure Website is sufficient for a small business or individuals that are with small budgets. The site can act as a brochure or an advertisement for the credentials and products of an individual or a business. These sites can be of one page to six pages depending on the content you wish to display. The common format adapted for designing these websites are as follows:
- Home Page – An attractive introduction about your business and the summation of what you do.
- About Us – who you are, your credentials and what you can do or offer
- Service/Service sub-categories
- Contact – containing address, phone numbers, email address, business location map and a contact form
- Links – links to sites that are relevant to your business
A small static website containing these basic information can be professionally designed and presented to customers to attract enough footfall to boost your business.
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