5 Page Website Organization Ideas

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They sky is the limit when it comes to a website. That doesn't mean you should put everything you can on there though.

A general good rule of thumb is to put anything your customer wants or needs to know in order to do business with you.

If you need to share a lot of details about any part of your business it may be helpful to separate that into individual pages. That may mean your services could be separated into a page for each service.

Always ask yourself, would my customer find this helpful?

Check out the general example below for a 5-page website or one of these links will bring you down to some more specific examples including:

You can use this simple Google Docs template to create the content for each page of your website. Create a new document for each page and write for your customer.

A Standard 5 Page Website Example

Home Page

The front of your website.

Content

Show what your business does on the home page.

About Us

Visitors want to learn more.

Content

Tell about who's behind your company and why you do what you do.

Contact Us

How do visitors contact you?

Content

Visitors to your website want to contact you. Provide all the ways they can do that.

Services

Tell about your services.

Content

List the services you provide and the details customers need to know about each one.

Prices

How much does it cost?

Content

Detail as much as you can what each service costs and optional costs also.

A 5 Page Restaurant Website

Home Page

The front of your website.

Content

Show the most important information about your restaurant from the start including specials.

Menu

Show me the food.

Content

Show the menu and prices so people know what to expect when they come in (or order takeout).

Catering/Events

Tell more about your extras.

Content

If you cater or host special events at your location, let people know about it.

Dining Area

What can visitors expect there?

Content

People like to know what to expect when they come in. Is it sit down dining or order at the front?

Contact Us

Where do I find you?

Content

Contact information should be on all pages but more details can go on a contact page.

A 5 Page Plumber Website

Home Page

The front of your website.

Content

What you do should always be obvious from the home page. Do you specialize in commercial, residential?

About Us

Visitors want to learn more.

Content

Tell us about your experience, how you got started, what you do differently. Anything to set you apart.

Contact Us

How do visitors contact you?

Content

Make it easy to contact you and make an appointment. Do you offer emergency service?

Services

Tell about your services.

Content

Detail out all the different things you do for commercial and/or residential.

Estimates

About how much do you cost?

Content

It's nearly impossible to give exact prices but there's nothing wrong with giving a general idea of common services.

A 5 Page Hair Salon Website

Home Page

The front of your website.

Content

What you specialize should be obvious from the home. Specials or new customer info is nice to include on the home page also.

About Us

Visitors want to learn more.

Content

Tell about who works at the salon with pictures and details of experience and passions. People want to know about you and your expertise.

Contact Us

How do visitors contact you?

Content

Should I call to schedule an appointment or are walk-ins welcome? Where are you located?

Services/Cost

Tell about your services.

Content

List and detail all the different services you provide your customers with prices if possible. The more detail the better.

Schedule

Provide schedule information.

Content

Make it as easy as possible to schedule an appointment by providing details on how to do that and different methods if possible.

Last Updated On October 07, 2018