Website Worksheet Tell us more about you and your project. 

  • Your Objective

    A website is an extension of your brand, and we encourage you to think of it as an employee. This is your chance to tell us why you need it and what you hope to accomplish with it. The more information you give us here, the better the solution we will be able to provide. You can ignore any questions that are not relevant.
  • Your Company at a Glance

  • Be realistic and honest. Your website project is an investment. We will tell you what we can and cannot do.
  • Your Purpose

    Give us your main reasons for needing a new website.
  • What Are Your Goals For This Project?

    If you begin this project with the end in mind, it helps ensure we are all on the same page and moving in the same direction. Setting goals initially that are clearly defined, measurable, relevant, practical, and timely is the best approach to achieving your maximum return on investment.

    With this in mind, what are the top 5 business goals you want to achieve with your new website?

    Examples: 25% increase in new website visitors in 6 months, 30% increase in social shares of blog posts this year, reduce advertising costs by 15% in 3 months
  • Your Customer

    Who Are We Doing This For?

    Identifying your ideal customers you will assist in the development and design of your website project. By clearly defining your customer, you know what to expect your customer to do when they go to your site.
  • Identifying your ideal customer is an essential first step. But knowing what your ideal customer values when deciding on a product or service is just as important.

    Examples: research product information, get contact details, ask questions about services, see reviews, get pricing, etc.
  • Your Design Concept

    Your website is a window into your company. It promotes your business culture and ideals to website's visitors. Tell us what impression you want to leave.
  • Define Your Success

    You cannot adequately measure your return on investment without clearly defining what success means to you.

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