Hi Champ, I believe you know what a website is, and you may have seen one. But there's a thin line between a good website and a "bad" one. Stay glued as we embark on a journey to the land of a good website and its features. Enjoy......
Every Good website should have the following features;
1. A Logical Road map
Sure, a website should be aesthetically pleasing, but it's more important for it to be useful. Before you even pick a server or type an HTML tag, you should map out how you'd like the website to work. This is important both for user experience and for SEO. So, map out and mock up a design for the site — what designers call "wire framing" — and run it by a few friends to make sure it makes sense and is intuitive. .
2. Crucial Business Information
The biggest failure that people have is that they try to build the website they want, not necessarily the website they need, and neglect basic things like the menu, contact information and directions. Keep text to a minimum when it comes to your mission statement, because you should be writing things so people can skim — we all have short attention spans. One helpful tip for conveying your mission is to compare your business to something else.
Depending on your business, you should have a few things on your website that fall into the realm of "information", tailor your site so that it offers the information users are likely to be looking for.