This free website blueprint is a document you use to plan out the construction of a successful keyword focused content website. This blueprint is created with easy to use components within Microsoft Excel although many different software packages could be used to accomplish the same thing. The website blueprint serves as a visual way to keep track of pages you create, the keywords you use and how the pages within the website link to each other. The blueprint is also a great planning aid because it allows you to record keyword demand and profitability and keep running notes on the organization of your website as it grows. This free website blueprint is basically a "Business Plan", for your website.

The Spreadsheet examples shown in this instructable relate to building a website using "Site Build It" from SiteSell Inc. But the basic principles shown can be used with other types of e-commerce web hosting and website creation programs.

Step 1: Draw Your Site Blueprint With Microsoft Excel

This instructable uses Microsoft Excel but many different software packages can be used

Open a new spreadsheet and right click on any toolbar

Scroll down the list of toolbars and click on the "Drawing" toolbar

The Drawing toolbar pops into the bottom of your screen.

Select the rectangle tool and draw rectangles to represent each page in your website. Place the rectangle for your home page at the very top of the spreadsheet.

Right click in the rectangle and select "Add Text". For your home page, select the keyword that defines your websites theme. Then add other important information such as keyword monthly demand, profitability index and notes such as what this page links to.

im sorry to say this but this is useless. i didnt read the material but the pictures dont mean anything.
<p>That is <em>sooo</em> mean. <em><strong>Great job</strong></em> author.</p>
ماعندكم ماعند جدتي <br /> <br /> سجلت ولا&nbsp; لقيت اللي ابيه <br /> <br /> انعن خششكم

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