Web content is the reason that people come to your Web pages. But many Web designers and Web developers forget this in their rushto create the prettiest page or the most interesting architecture orthe best interaction.
What your customers are coming to your Web page for is the content. And if your designs, architectures, and interactivity don't provide that content they will leave. At the end of the day content is still king, and designers who forgetthat won't remain in business long.
What is Web Content?
There are, essentially, two types of Web content:
Text: 1 webpage may contain A4 ms-word page with 1" Margins.
Images: 1 webpage may contain 2 images
Multimedia (optional): as per package/website plan
A page of text is defined as no more than one 8-1/2 X 11 sheet of paper, 12 pt size font, single-spaced, with 1-1/2 inch margins at top, bottom and sides. Please note that we will not rewrite and/or edit your existing materials/information. Your content must be supplied to us written the way that you would like it to appear on your web site. Your editing, etc. must be done prior to your submission of your materials.
Our fees are based on assumption that you provide your contentto us in electronic format such asemail or Microsoft Word, WordPad format only. If you provide your content in the form of existing manuscripts, brochures, literature, etc. and you wish to haveus process the information, additional fees shall be incurred. Additional fees shall apply if we must convert printed materials into electronic format.
- All the website content need and necessarily to be provided by the customer only.
- All the responsibility of all and any kind, legal or moral will be of the customer only.