The pages and sections you choose for your website depends on your business.
- Are you a one man band?
- Are you a large corporate business?
- What do you do?
- Who is your target audience?
- Have you got the resources to keep the site up to date?
As a start, I would recommend a ‘background information’ page that includes a good photo of you or your team, and the story of your company.
Every company has a story and background information helps you to connect with your audience, and gives clarity. Google rewards company websites that are transparent.
If you offer a number of services you could choose separate pages for each service or put them all one page according to your budget and content.
Companies that sell a product might require a shop area. A full eCommerce solution with an online basket can be provided, with secure payment facilities.
Or simply display the product example and use an enquiry form.
If your service is very visual, like an architect or a photographer, the website may require a gallery or a portfolio page.
Accommodation businesses or restaurant may have an online booking form and calender, so visitors can see their availability.
It is recommended to include a contact page with an enquiry form and map.
Data collection forms, linked to a newsletter are a good idea, so that you can capture visitors. Try to offer something for free to encourage sign ups.
I can help with the structure of your website. Just email me with your general ideas.