10 important pages that every WordPress site/Blog should have

October 16, 2018

10 important pages that every site should have

When you first start a blog, you may be wondered about what pages you need to include on the site. A lot of users, usually, take advantage of default layouts, which are used in the certain WordPress themes. Other people want to stand out from their competitors and modify all of the formal site structure. Nevertheless, there are some specific pages, that every reader expects to see on the website. In this post, we will share about 10 the most important pages, that you should consider creating.

Page 1: About

There is a first ‘must have’ page. No matter which type of site you have, tell about yourself or a company is important to your potential customers.

Here you can write:

  • The missions
  • The purpose of creating the site
  • What should users expect to find here
  • Who you are, what is your experience (or team experience)

All information, that is referenced as to what’s going on behind the scenes, is written here. Remember, that people want to make deals only with business, that they can trust. So, use this page to build really trusted relations with consumers.

About page

Page 2: Contact

You are not able to successfully run a business in an isolated environment. People want to talk, send a feedback about your products, ask for help, or to offer different sorts of partnerships. For this purpose, it will be logic to add a contact page, which will include:

  • Your email address
  • Physical address
  • Phone number
  • Links to social media accounts
  • Business hours

Also, it is a good practice to divide all contacts by the type of the request: for the partnerships, for complaints, for the general questions and so on.

Contact page

Page 3: Privacy Policy

This page is required for the legacy normals. Privacy Policy informs customers about the data that you collect for your own purposes or by a third-party. Basically, it includes:

  • What you collect
  • How you collect
  • How user can get the data you are obtained
  • Whether it will be shared or not

Privacy Policy

 

Page 4: Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions are also must page for every website. It is a set of rules, that users have to follow in order to use your site. This page includes your company’s residence and their law, an intellectual property disclosure and links on the extra sites that you are not responsible for, but use their information on your website.

Terms and Conditions

 

Page 5: Homepage

This is the most viewed page. Here should be an information about who you are and what you do in a brief and laconic form. On the other hand, the content on this page must capture the attention of new visitors.

A homepage is the first point from which customers start to explore your site. So, care about the design, downloading speed, it should look professional and minimalistic.

Homepage

 

Page 6: Products/services/posts

This page is necessary to show all the assortment if you have a shop, and all posts if you are running a blog. We advise you to divide all the poods or posts into categories, which will which will provide customers with the better navigation experience.

Began with the synopsis of goods presenter, then write with the short explanations of the key features, do not forget to leave a link, where customers can find more information.

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In WooBeWoo we developed a Product Table Plugin, which you can easy to set up and customize. Users can add:

  • Caption
  • Sorting
  • Pagination, etc.

If you have a big assortment, think about product filtering. With this, consumers can save the time to find the product, which will meet all their requirements and preferences. You can create and adjust different sorts of filtering in minutes due to Product Filtering plugin. Filter by price, tags and other attributes.

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Products

 

Page 7: Single product/post page

Here you can add all the details about one single product. In case you are running a blog, put the post, comments and share buttons here.

Single product

 

Page 8: FAQ

To form a good FAQ page use of the most asked questions by your users. This section enables you to save the time responding on the repeating issues and provides users with the additional information.

Note, that your answers should be not only honest, but also include a call to action, remove all the customer’s doubts, and persuade him to buy.

FAQ

 

Page 9: Reviews and feedbacks

According to a number of studies, people tend to buy a product after recommendations from their friends, relatives, opinion leaders or just a good review written by somebody.

Make a place, where everyone can write and share their experience. It is important to quickly respond by the all negative issues.

Reviews and feedbacks

 

Page 10: Press

With this page, you can address the media by providing all the latest news and information. It is a right place to put:

  • Ways the media can contact you
  • Press releases and the links to download them
  • A media kit, photos videos about your company, etc.

Press


There are general pages, which you should put on your website. And what do you think are 10 the most important pages? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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