The easiest way to start building your website from scratch is to collect as much information as possible by browsing competitors and industry related websites to get an idea how they have created a unique identity or profile. Sometimes it may be helpful to look at related industry websites as well. The more information you can provide your website builder about your business, the better your site will work for customer response and for search engines.
Make a note of the content they have included on their website and how it is written. The information you supply on your website should be informative, factual and be easy to read for the visitor.
Compile as much information as you can about your business and arrange this information into categories. Include history, company structure (departments), contact methods (including all social media account links), Frequently Asked Questions (like you are reading now). Therefore, make lists of categories and information for your website.
Make a note of links they have on their website like both internally to their website pages, page sections or media on their site, and externally to suppliers, relevant information from authorities, blogs, youtube, facebook, etc.
Provide as many good quality pictures as you can get. If you don't have images to use for any category of your business, we can purchase images with commercial rights, but note that this can add to the cost. We cannot stress how important good quality pictures are. Using professional photography can pay dividends on the investment in your website.
Videos are very important on today's internet, so if you have some videos of anything you do or sell, please provide them as well.