Wednesday is here, and that can only mean that we have chosen another website to showcase! This week, we are featuring  Dog Eat Dog Inc. Don’t let the name of the company fool you. Dog Eat Dog is a website from Ireland dedicated to building customized catering carts. Take a look for yourself:

It has all of the makings of a great site: simple, easy to navigate, and a great design. Check out these Webs features they use to enhance the site:

Here at Webs, we’re pretty much suckers for anything on four legs. That is why this week, we are showcasing a site that shows off some of the cutest animals we’ve seen on Webs! Texas Tiny Pigs is a small business site that is used to promote teacup piglets for sale. We love Tiny Pig’s simple and clean design. Take a look for yourself:

We knew you couldn’t resist taking a look at some of these piglets either! Take a look at some of the Webs features that they use:

  • Blog to share interesting and relevant information with their visitors.
  • Contact page to provide a simple way for their site visitors send-in inquiries and collect sales leads. This is a must have for any website!
  • Testimonials to build trust and credibility for their business by providing what others think about their services.

What drew us to Texas Tiny Pigs is their ever changing homepage. They redesign their pages on regular basis with new pictures and it is a great treat! Sure it is a simple act, but it is, nonetheless, an effective way to keep visitors coming back to your site to discover what’s new.


Now that we’ve discussed the 6 essential characteristics of a good business website, let’s take a look at some essential pages that every business site needs:

  1. A home page is a crucial part of any site, yet many times website builders don’t spend enough time on the home page. A home page should show off everything that your business is about. Because this is the page that almost all visitors will visit first, you need it to make a big impression. It’s important to remember that you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression. The home page is the hub of your website; make sure that you link back to your home page on other pages so that visitors don’t get lost browsing your site.
  2. Contact page is another must-have page on a website. You want your visitors and potential customers to have an easy way to contact you with any questions. Make sure you list all the different ways of contacting you, whether it be email, phone, address, Twitter, or Facebook. The more platforms you offer to visitors, the more options they have to contact you. If you need help managing all of the contacts you amass, try out our ContactMe app! Not sure if you should Tweet for business? Learn more about how you can profit from Twitter.
  3. About us is another important page to have. All customers are concerned with the identity of a business and an About Us page is a great place to put an overview of your business’ history, policies, and philosophies. What visitors see on this page gives a lot of insight into your company and can provide a great way to build credibility.

Now, depending on the purpose of your site, and your specific situation, there are several other pages you should consider adding. Here are some examples of pages that almost every business site needs:

Welcome to another addition of Example Site Wednesday where we show off some of the awesome sites that our users make! This week, we are taking look at a site that uses one of our new templates that was released last week.

Korean Cooking 101 is a website that focuses on teaching visitors about Korean food and Korean cooking. The site is full of great information including recipes for a lot of classic Korean dishes. The site looks amazing with the new Camera template. Check it out for yourself:

Learn how to make koran food and explore its cultureAll the food on the site looks delicious, just looking at it makes us hungry.  Korean Food 101 does a great job of creating content from their many recipes and utilizing visual aids such as photos and videos.  Let’s take a look at the Webs features that they use:

It’s Example Site Wednesday and this week we are showcasing an awesome site that is useful for parents, green and ridiculously cute. GoGreen Pocket Diapers is an online store that sells fun patterned, reusable cloth diapers. Check out this fun site below:

cloth diapers for the rest of us

GoGreen is another clean cut website that we can get behind. We love that the site provides more than just a store to sell products. Instead, they provide a wealth of information on the topic as well in their FAQ section. Check out some other great Webs tools they use:


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