Ceylon Networks Web Design Company Sri Lanka has found the questions below are a good way to get things started. Don’t worry if you don’t know the answers, we will help you find them and get to know your business and it’s goals in the process!

What is your company’s goal?
If you own an ice cream shop, your goal may be to draw people into the shop. If you are a fitness instructor, you may want to provide health, exercise, and nutrition tips. If you need help with this, we can match you up with one of our Strategic Partners.

Who is your target audience?
If you are providing a professional service (like web design), then you’d be targeting business owners. If you are a pet supply company, your audience is likely to be families.

Have you found websites you like?
Spend time surfing for websites that draw you and/or provide a design and layout you can easily follow. If you haven’t done so already, browse our website portfolio.

Have you developed a brand?
Branding is the marketing term used to describe the image of your organization or company. If you’re a small business without an overall brand, consider what “personality” you’d like to give your website. For example, if you own a restaurant, you’ll want mouth watering images of your food and project the overall atmosphere of your venue.

What is your budget?
Are you looking for a simple brochure-style website (3-5 basic pages) or are you thinking bigger, with interactive features such as a revenue-generating membership website? Do you intend on blogging or writing articles about your business?

What are your business key words?
Keywords are the typical words that visitors might type in to find your website when they use search engines. It’s very important to have a list of keywords ready when begin your web design. Read more about keywords.