Step 1: Ownership And Business Info
To build a website for a business, you will need to collect both customer and business information. The specific information required will depend on the nature of the business and the type of website being built. Here are some examples of the types of information you might need.
- Customer Information:
- Name: Client’s name to create user accounts and to personalize the website.
- Email address: You will need your client’s email address to create user accounts and to communicate with them about the website.
- Phone number: You might need your client’s phone number to communicate with them about the website.
- Address: You might need your client’s address if the website includes a physical location, such as a store or office.
- Payment information: If your client is paying you to build the website, you will need their payment information, such as credit card details or bank account information.
- Business Information:
- Business name: You will need to know the name of the business to create branding elements and to build the website.
- Contact information: You will need the business’s contact information, including address, phone number, and email address, to display on the website and for customers to contact the business.
- Business description: You will need a brief description of the business to create content for the website.
- Products or services offered: You will need to know what products or services the business offers to create the website’s structure and content.
- Payment information: You may need to collect payment information, such as credit card details or bank account information, if the website includes e-commerce functionality.
*All services, software, plugins, and extensions used during the subscription agreement are usually governed by agreements with High Sierra Websites And Hosting (HSWH), with the exception of website sales that don’t involve premium software. This means that the rights to use these services and tools are typically owned by HSWH or the provider, and are made available to users through a subscription agreement.