One Page Website: Quickest, Best, First
Get the word out to your customers and help them to find you online and in the real world.
You can think of the one-page website as an online business card: it tells your customers where to find you, tells them what you do – it might even offer them incentives to sign up for your e-mail newsletter (like “how to” e-books designed to sell your services or products)
Quick and Easy
One page websites are easy to set up and don’t require a lot of care and maintenance – and I ensure that your updates happen flawlessly.
Most people who want a website get sold on the idea that they’ll be able to update the website without the need for a web designer, and so they sign up for a WordPress or CMS web site only to find that it requires training and possibly staff to run it. These types of sites do offer many benefits, but the cost of maintenance can also be high – not to mention higher monthly hosting fees.
If you don’t have a website for your own business, don’t want to deal with constant updates or if you just want to list your business online without paying a business index an exorbitant, monthly fee to host limited information, the one-page website is for you.
Launch a new business
You have a brilliant idea for a new website, but you don’t even know where to start, so you run off to a web host, register your brilliant new .com (something I can do as part of the one-page website) and start building. The problem is that until your high-end, CMS or WordPress site is ready the thought of putting it online is going to make you uneasy. Besides, someone might steal the idea – and what if someone else comes up with the same idea and beats you to the punch?
A one-page website is an excellent place to start. It doesn’t require a large financial investment to begin with and you can build on it as you develop your idea. You will also be able to gauge customer interest, sign up potential customers to your mailing list and start creating a reputation with search engines like Google.
Don’t let your customers visit your website only to find a “coming soon” or “under construction” notice – get the word out and start signing up new customers.