Your website should be too. Find Out Which Of The Different Types of Websites Simple Web design team Can Build For You.
Information Type Website
This is the most popular type of website there is. It includes between 4 to 6 web pages about your business. These pages can include information about services, your past work, information about products and usually a contact page so that visitors can contact you easily.
This is where you have products that you can sell online. This includes ability to add products to shopping cart, accept credit cards securely and an administration area so that you can manage sales & inventory.
Here are a few sample eCommerce / Product Type Websites:
A custom website is can include BOTH of the above or NONE of the above. It really depends on what the website owner needs. An example of a custom website is a Chiropractor that might need a system to keep track of their patients and appointments. A custom website, more then likely, will also require more time working with our team. We've worked on and maintain Custom websites too so don't fret. If needed we can sign NDA too.
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We have been working with Sam and Simple Web design for almost 10 years. Since we started we have received the 1 on 1 treatment that every customer wants! Mind you this is all being done cross country from Texas while we as a customer are based in NY!
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