Basic Static Website


static web page (sometimes called a flat page or a stationary page) is a web page that is delivered to the user exactly as stored, in contrast to dynamic web pages which are generated by a web application. Consequently, a static web page displays the same information for all users, from all contexts, subject to modern capabilities of a web server to negotiate content-type or language of the document where such versions are available and the server is configured to do so.

How can local/small business benefit from static websites?

A Static Website is a golden egg for small/local business owners. It gets your presence online along with a domain name. A Static Website usually have 5-6 pages so there is a lot of information that can be communicated to people coming to your website. Static Website will be ranked by Google & other search engines, hence opening a door to all new possibilities – New Customers!

Getting a static website built is generally lot cheaper as compared to Dynamic Web Sites, hence, they are a preferred choice of local & small businesses.

In today’s times 9 out 10 times people search on google for any service. I myself search on Google everytime I need something and I’m sure you do it too.

For e.g., the Other day I wanted to know if there is a Car Wash near me since my car got too dirty during this COVID lockdown & no one available to wash it (and I’m too lazy to do it myself. Shhhhh!!). So I searched it on Google; I found out that there are at least 3 of them in a radius of 5 kms. And one is just 1.6 kms away. Voila!!!

The possibilities are endless for all the small & local business owners, only if they choose to get their Websites built. The sooner the better, and with this social distancing, lockdowns, & unlocks in India due to COVID19, people would hesitate to meet people and visit someplace, Eventually increasing the need for ordering the services online. Just search for a service online, and order it. Hence, enforcing the minimal people contact, Social Distancing, & Personal Safety.

List of small business that can benefit from a Static Website

Below is a list of all the local/small businesses that can benefit from having a website. This list is not exhaustive, but you’ll get the general idea.

  • Local Bakery
  • Barber Shop
  • Car Wash
  • Clinics
  • Doctors
  • Home Cleaning Services
  • Clothing Boutique
  • Art Gallery Owner
  • Cricket Coach
  • Home Tutors
  • Local Kirana Stores
  • Start-ups
  • Grocery Shops
  • Personal Trainer
  • Sports Equipment Shops
  • Dry Cleaners
  • Tailors

Basic Static Website details –

A basic Static Website will have 5 static pages. Ideally below are the names of the pages that local businesses like to have on their website:

  • Home Page – this is the first page visitors will see if they visit your website.
  • Our Products / Services – is the page listing the products & sell or the services that you offer.
  • About Us – will tell the visitors about your business.
  • Photo Gallery – Get your photos displayed on this page.
  • Contact Us – will contain your contact details & address.

Time to Build the site: Generally a static website takes up to 5-7 days

Edits Allowed post completion: No, Once the site is built, changes cannot be incorporated. The name says Static 🙂

SEO Ready: Yes, the website will be SEO Ready.

Responsive Design: Yes, website will be Fully responsive

Best Suited for: Small businesses that need their web presence. For e.g., A Static Website for a Barber, Plumbing Services, Car Wash, etc.


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