Basic Information Essentials


Curb Appeal?
Curb Appeal?

What is your vision for a website? Remember, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. A website appeals to each and every individual in different ways. One may see something catchy and browse for a while. Another may see nothing and leave after the first open. Then again, another viewer may inadvertently find something interesting in the blog post – who knows? The combination of possibilities go on.

So what are we saying? Yes, you got it… there is not one website that pleases everybody. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Therefore it is best to stick with the purpose, the aim, the goal, the objective or the reason for the website. On the first page, the question why must be answered:  Why this website? Then we follow with who owns the site, and what products the business sells, or the services offered to the public? Followed by where the business is located and how can the business be contacted. That’s it. Basic information with just the facts.

The possibilities are limitless (photo courtesy of Tom & Debbie Horse Ranch)
The possibilities are limitless (photo courtesy of Tom & Debbie Horse Ranch)

After the basic information is presented, we can include pages for customer comments, feedback, a guest book, a blog, even a gallery of photos.

The possibilities are endless. Get a hold of us and we will build you a website with curb appeal, that will speak highly of you and your business.

The Purpose of a Website


No job too small
No job too small

You’ve heard the expression, “Curb Appeal”. Realtors insist on curb appeal. This is one factor that brings prospective buyers to look at the property listed.

The same goes for a website. Eye-catching, filled with good information, easy on the eyes, beckoning, user-friendly. All these terms are great. But, bottom line is – what is it that you want your website to do for you?

Why a website? Well, a website could be a personal page – where you write down thoughts as a matter of daily routine. This kind of website you can do quite easily yourself. You can use Google, Yahoo, GoDaddy, Weebly, Bravenet, WordPress – there are many good service providers out there – mostly FREE.

Then you could have a personal business website. Approached with seriousness, this kind of website speaks for you and your business, your product, your contact information, your services offered, rates, etc. This kind of website you still can do yourself – quite easily – but then, as your business takes off, do you have time to maintain it? Time to keep the information fresh? Updated? Relevant? I doubt it. Would you ask your smart phone savvy 6-year old to maintain your business website for you?

Here is where we invite you to consider our offer to design, create and maintain your website. We can do a great job for you without breaking your piggy bank. If you have a service to offer, product to sell, a home business you want known, we will create your site, maintain it with decent, well-written content. At Web Buenavista no job is too small.