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This short questionnaire will help me to get a sense of what kind of website to begin building for you.

1. What is the nature of your business?

2. What is the intended purpose of the web site?

3. Who do you expect to be your main target website audience?

4. What goods or services do you intend to provide through your site?

5. What are your immediate (short-term) and long-terms goals for the site?

6. How will you measure the success of the site?

7. What is your target date for having your new website up and running?

8. What is the basic structure of the content, and how is it organized?

9. Do you need help with content creation (writing or rewriting for the web)?

10. Do you have any other designed material for your business? Do you have a logo, printed brochures, or an existing website?

11. Do you have any graphics you would like me to utilize, or do you need graphic designs to be made? In what style would you like graphics to be (ex. photography, illustration, cartoon, etc)?

12. Do you have photos you would like to include? If so, are they available in digital format (.JPG, .GIF, .TIF, etc.), or they must be scanned?

13. Do you have company colors or a color scheme that you prefer to use in your website?

14. Have you seen anything on other sites that you would like to incorporate into your own?

15. Have you registered your domain name? If not, what would you like it to be?

16. Do you have a website hosting provider?

17. Would you like your website to be optimized for a better search engine ranking?

18. Do you intend on keeping the site updated? If so, how often? Who is responsible for updating and providing content?

19. Do you want me to provide quarterly Website Statistics Report and Analysis for optimizing web site's performance?

20. What are your budget limitations? Can this project be broken into phases to help you meet your goals?

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Standard Web Site Elements

There are some basic pages that are conventional among most small to mid-sized business websites, such as:

- Home page
- Company information
- Maps and Directions
- Product or Service description page
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Related links page

Web File Formats

The format of a graphic file refers to the specific method of storing the image data within the file in computers.

Two primary file formats are commonly in use for Web graphics: GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) and JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group).  Most graphical web browsers support these two formats.

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