Listed below are web pages or functionality you may want to consider when determining
your website needs. These items are a few of the common aspects of web sites
but SpartanSoft is capable of meeting any of your specific business needs and this
list should not limit your vision.
The first page viewed when a user visits your web site. This
page provides the primary navigation to other areas of the site and provides the
first impression of your company. A poorly designed homepage can result in a client becoming
negatively biased against your company resulting in lost potential revenue.
A simple web page form (data entry) providing the user with the ability to submit their contact
information and send requests directly to your email account. Provides clients with 24x7 accessibility to your company.
About Us/Company Overview
A brief page describing your business and what sets you apart from your competition. This
is the place you can highlight the history of your business and your achievements.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
A page of questions with answers to topics related to your business or industry
that are commonly asked. If your potential clients seem to ask the same questions,
this is the opportunity to sell your company by answering them in a single spot.
A page detailing all the services and/or products your company specializes in. The objective
of this page is to persuade potential clients that you are the best choice in your industry.
Directions (with Google Map functionality)
A page which provides the user with directions to your location(s). General
directions can be provided as well as linking to Google maps for custom
directions based on the user's exact location.
A page highlighting your business's personnel which can include a photo,
background including education and experience, achievements and any employee information you
may like to share.
A page highlighting your facility and possibly photographs taken at your location(s). This page
can also list your hours of operation as well as any additional logistics.
A page describing your privacy policies possibly expressing a user's email address
not be shared with outside companies for solicitation.
As defined by Wikipedia, "A blog is a website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order." The major
benefit of a Blog is that you are constantly keeping the content in your site fresh. If users are interested in your topics
this will increase the traffic to your site.
Download page (media files, office documents, Acrobat files, etc)
A page which includes downloadable materials such as marketing materials, white
papers, pricing policies or even the entire content of your website for offline
A page listing any new happenings, recently added web pages or announcements related to your company. Provides easy access to the latest information and demonstrates the
fact that the site is "live".
A page which includes a hierarchal representation of the entire site's contents
links thus providing quick access to all areas of your site from a single location.
Ability to have one to many email addresses with your domain name as the
extension for example, JoeSmith@yourcompany.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to sell goods or services online, then we will provide a shopping cart for
enabling an E-commerce presence.