What are the factors that make for complete website?

kaillybattkaillybatt subscriber Posts: 1
1. proper navigation
2. easily clickable action request- like call request
3. complete information about your business and product/services
4. blog with regular updates
5. social media( FB, Twitter, G+, pinterest) business pages with proper verification process.
6. integration of Google analytic.
7. Page speed: 80% and above
8. check : https://www.google.com/webmasters/

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  • kaillybattkaillybatt subscriber Posts: 1
    <blockquote><strong><a href="/community/profile/kaillybatt">kaillybatt</a> said:</strong><br />1. proper navigation
    2. easily clickable action request- like call request
    3. complete information about your business and product/services
    4. blog with regular updates
    5. social media( FB, Twitter, G+, pinterest) business pages with proper verification process.
    6. integration of Google analytic.
    7. Page speed: 80% and above
    8. check : https://www.google.com/webmasters/
  • AberitAberit subscriber Posts: 1 Member
    But the question is if every industry needs blogs?
  • patricksummerspatricksummers subscriber Posts: 0
    There are many factors in making your website complete. In making a website it is important to make your website visible in the first page of search engines. Here are some factor to make your website SEO-friendly.

    1. Meta title/ page title
    2. Meta description
    3. Keyword density
    4. Keyword Usage
    5. heading tags (H1, H2 and so on)
    6. Robot.txt files
    7. Site Map
    8. Favicon
    9. Page objects (html, images, css files, scripts, css images, videos and etc)
    10. Code to text ratio
    11. URL and Links must be seo-friendly
    12. No broken links
    13. Must be registered in Google analytics and webmaster
  • ryantcryantc subscriber Posts: 0
    Here are some domain factors to take into consideration in order to get a high ranking for your website:
    Keyword Appears in Top Level Domain, Keyword As First Word in Domain, Keyword in Subdomain Name.
  • ludoviciproshludoviciprosh subscriber Posts: 2
    if you want a great site to check your website :
    www.feedthebot.com

    You will have tools to check your website and check is respect google guide line

    (that s not my website)


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  • EPICCreativestudioEPICCreativestudio subscriber Posts: 0
    It depends on your needs and your industry. Not everyone needs a $10k website. You may only need a landing page to give yourself an online presence. A well designed landing page will give you an identity and should be branded with your company look and feel. Give people the ability to learn something about you and a way to contact you. You can always make your website larger when the need arises. You can then add a blog and photo gallery, etc.
  • Ziyapathan0143Ziyapathan0143 subscriber Posts: 150 Silver Level Member
    When people first navigate to a website, studies have shown that businesses have about 6 seconds to create a positive impression with users.

    Visitors will spend about 200 milliseconds (yes, milliseconds!) looking at the color, density and layout of the site and decide if they think it is up to snuff. From there, users will spend less than 3 seconds "inspecting" a website. This includes looking at the content, grammar, assets and anything else on the website that they might find interesting. Another 3 seconds is then spent interacting with the website - clicking on links to see if there is anything useful on the site. At the end of this 6 second process, users will form an opinion about whether they find the site trustworthy or not
    Trust Factors are
    1. Testimonials
    2. Design
    3. Business Information
    4. Awards and Certifications
    5. Case Studies
    6. Social Media
  • bharat.nimblechappsbharat.nimblechapps Ahmedabadsubscriber Posts: 186 Silver Level Member
    When people first navigate to a website, studies have shown that businesses have about 6 seconds to create a positive impression with users.

    Visitors will spend about 200 milliseconds (yes, milliseconds!) looking at the color, density and layout of the site and decide if they think it is up to snuff. From there, users will spend less than 3 seconds "inspecting" a website. This includes looking at the content, grammar, assets and anything else on the website that they might find interesting. Another 3 seconds is then spent interacting with the website - clicking on links to see if there is anything useful on the site. At the end of this 6 second process, users will form an opinion about whether they find the site trustworthy or not
    Trust Factors are
    1. Testimonials
    2. Design
    3. Business Information
    4. Awards and Certifications
    5. Case Studies
    6. Social Media

    Cool!!!
    I am online marketer at Nimblechapps Web Development Company | Mobile Game Development Company
  • anngrantfanngrantf subscriber Posts: 7
    Hi there! I've just finished setting a website for one rock band. The whole process was actually easier than I even could think. I downloaded one of these WordPress music themes http://www.templatemonster.com/category/music-WordPress-themes/ and added a good content. The final product looks amazing!
  • PankajPankaj subscriber Posts: 6 Member
    We can say a complete website only to those who can achieve and satisfy customer's requirement. A complete website looks interactive, responsive design, website load time max 3 second, robots.txt file available, sitemap updated, internal navigation well manage (Menu), Catchy tag line i.e, direct convincing line, Call to Action Button Properly Designed.
  • salmonjames21salmonjames21 subscriber Posts: 22 Bronze Level Member
    Different factors are there such as

    Header
    Footer
    Favicon
    Xml and Html sitemaps
    Proper Navigation
    Main and Sub categories
    404 page
    Forms
    Alt Tags
    Flash
  • salenadamsalenadam Canadasubscriber Posts: 99 Silver Level Member
    Client's need:Before starting your plan, you’ll need as much information from your client as possible. The more you know, the more back-and-forth e-mails you’ll save.
    Research ,ideas & sketch:This step is always the hardest. When I first started in the industry, I used to jump into Photoshop and start designing.
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