Blog setup and web design using Wordpress and Thesis - SEO and SMO tools that get your blog or website found!


Let’s Get Started on Your New Website!

So that we can design the best SEO and SMO powered WordPress – website possible, I have some questions I’ll want you to think about before we get started. Don’t worry if you don’t know all the answers yet – I’ll be here to help you! When you’re ready, give me a call and we’ll go over this list of questions and get started on your new website!

Set-Up FAQS section
A compilation of answers to questions you may have.
Set-Up Cost/Details
Specifics about what the basic set-up package covers.


What is subject matter of your website?

What do you want visitors to do when they visit your website? (ex. buy something, call you for a service, be informed, etc.)

Do you already have a logo?

Do you have a design or photograph you would like to use for the header?

How many pages will your new website have?

Do you have some content ready? ie photographs, videos, podcasts, text copy

List the page names you’d like to appear on your main navigation menu.

What do you want customers to think of your brand? or What feeling do you want associated with your brand?

What overall style are you looking for? (ex. fun, cute, business-like, green, mimimal etc.)

Do you have an idea of what you want your website to look like? If so, please supply details below.

Please provide at least 3 competitor websites and tell us what you like and dislike about each.

Will your new website have an online store?

If you already have a website that you’re interested in having us redesign, what do you like or dislike about it?

If you already have a website, who is it hosted with?

What is the URL (web address) for your website?

What is your budget for this project?

Are you working under a time deadline?

Who will be responsible for updating the site once launched?

Please describe your experience with these social networks? Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Flickr and YouTube?

How comfortable are you on the computer in general?

Please feel free to add additional comments.