Planning and organizing website content for developing new website from scratch or redesigning / revamping your website can be a very challenging task to deal with. There are no specific answers to how to correctly plan and organize website content prior website design process starts.
Through our 14 years of experience, we have been helping our clients from various industry to plan and organize website content for website design or web application design and development. We’re going to show you how to plan and organize website lickontent for creating first website or revamp the existing website.
SOME IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT WEBSITE CONTENT
FOR NEW WEBSITE DESIGN PROJECT
Planning and organizing website content for a brand new website may not be harder than revamping an existing website facelift. When creating a new website for your business, products or services, you are free from making tough decision whether to exclude certain piece of website content off your new website and worrying it may causes negative effect on your website’s SEO performance. Therefore, you have full freedom and fully in control of the website content you want to include, at will.
Another equally important step, at the later stage, is that selecting keywords that relate to your business, products and services. Such keywords usually come from jargons or terms your customers use to refer to your products or services. Since these are the keywords your customers use to refer to your products or services, your potential customers would use the similar keywords or terms too whenever they’re searching for your products or services online.
FOR REVAMP EXISTING WEBSITE DESIGN PROJECT
This task may get very challenging to deal with in revamping an existing website because you do not want to exclude any piece of website content consists of keywords that rank your website well in the search engine results.
To do that, keywords that rank your website well in the search engine results need to be identified and retained in the new website as much as possible. It may be hard to identify those keywords, no worries, Web Temple can help with that. Web Temple values good and great keywords that rank your website well. We have all the expertise and technical know-how to retain those positive keywords for optimum SEO results.
WEBSITE CONTENT PLANNING AND ORGANIZING STEPS
STEP 1 – VISUAL SITEMAP FOR NEW WEBSITE
Visual Sitemap is an overview of your new website structure. It illustrates how your web pages or website content being structured and “connected”. It also shows you how your website content should be organized.
Drawing and designing a Visual Sitemap is a process of organizing the website content you want to publish into categories and each of its category name is being used as visual sitemap’s structure component. Click here for collection of Sitemap Drawing Tool for Website Design.
STEP 2 – ORGANIZE WEBSITE CONTENT FROM MATERIAL OR EXISTING WEBSITE
Website content from existing website is considered pretty much organized. To organize it for new website is rather straight forward. Here’s how we do it, i. Create a Visual Sitemap for your existing website. ii. Remove the section or portion that you no longer need for new website. iii. Copy all website content and save it into different text file such Microsoft Word Files with image reference to image files organized according to their folders (as the categories stated in the Visual Sitemap). Click here for How to Organize Website Content for Website Designer or Website Design Company.
Organize Website content from hard copy material require extra efforts. Hard copies of material need to be converted into digital or soft copy before our web designer could use it to design your new website.
Therefore, typing of text content and scanning of images need to be done prior to website design and development. Once all needed material have been converted to digital or soft copy, it can be organized and finalized with the methods here, How to Organize Website Content for Website Designer or Website Design Company.
STEP 3 – SHORTLIST AND ORGANIZE A LIST OF KEYWORDS
As mentioned earlier, we’re going to show you how to identify, shortlist and organize keywords for your new website.
Good keywords are those relevant to your website content about your business, products and services. Great keywords are those jargons and terms your customers or potential customers use to refer to your business, products and services. Your potential customers use the same jargons and terms whenever they’re searching for your products and services online. These are the keywords that we cannot afford to miss.
IDENTIFY KEYWORDS FOR YOUR WEBSITE
Good keywords are hidden in website content of your business profile, product specification, service information just to name a few. Great keywords are with your customers. May be it’s time to have a little chat with your customer right away.
SHORTLIST YOUR KEYWORDS
Why do we have to shortlist the keywords and why not just insert all of them into the new website? Please don’t get me wrong when i’m saying you need to shortlist your keywords. There’re no limits on how many keywords you may target or feature on a web page or a website.
Shortlisting keywords is a process in choosing the best keywords for your new website. Best keywords are those common terms relevant to your products and services and are being widely used by your customers. That makes such keywords the most important keyword group. Such keywords have high search volumes and it consists of your potential customers who are searching for your products and services online.
ORGANIZED YOUR KEYWORDS
After you have sorted out all keywords for your new website, you’ll organize and associate the keywords to their respective category, products and services. Click here to download a sample of How To Organize Keywords for Website.
Once you’ve completed all of the above, your website content is ready for website design and development process.
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