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What is a one-page
scrolling website?

  • Fit. Often, a one-page scrolling website can be a perfect style for start-ups or small businesses with very little content to fill a larger traditional website of multiple pages.

  • Size. The one page scrolls down for about seven screen lengths, depending on the theme, content, cost, and other factors.

  • Design. The content and design can vary, but here's one example of possible screen sections: an opening screen (home), about-me (or what-is) section, contact form, map to locate your business, and possibly three topics (screens) describing various aspects of your business or talents.

  • Price. The average traditional multi-page website for a small business can run between $1,000 to $3,500 or more, depending on design and content, while the cost for a one-page scroller can be considerably less.

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Why a one-page scroller?

  • Presence. The one-page scroller can provide you with a fast way to establish a presence on the web, build credibility, promote your brand, and increase your chances for generating leads.

  • Engagement. Depending on the design, a one-page scroller can also include calls-to-action (CTA), such as contact forms, buttons, and links — to engage your visitors faster. Furthermore, the who-what-why information can be reviewed by the visitor faster because it's all on one page.

  • Flexibility. You can use the feedback on the one-page scroller to review, revise and generate more detailed content to advance to a traditional, multiple-page website in the future, if you desire. So, whether you expand the website or not, in the meantime you have established a presence on the web.
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    • First step. Getting a unique domain (also called a domain name) is your first official step toward the creation of your new website. You must have a domain to publish your website on the web.

    • Today! Most importantly, register that desired domain name for your website as soon as possible — it might not be available tomorrow!

    • Suitable. Pick a domain name that reflects the purpose of your business and the theme of your website.

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    • Why now? Google tends to rank more-established websites higher in the searches. So it helps to establish a long-standing presence on the web.

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