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Microsoft Office Live Small Business Beginner's Guide by Rahul Pitre

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Chapter 6. Building the Information Pages

In Chapter 5, you built the skeleton of your website. The skeletal pages help a visitor get an overall sense of your business and help to create a positive image of the business in a visitor's mind.

But that's not the real reason that you're building a website. You're building it because you want people to know what you do, the products you sell, the services you provide, or simply your opinion, if you don't really sell anything.

The skeletal pages you've built so far don't seem to do any of that. Now, don't get me wrong! I'm not saying that those pages don't matter. They do. However, they're more like condiments: they just add flavor to the information that you really want to convey on your site.

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