important pages for WordPress website
June 8, 2020 Sanjay Dabhoya

At the present time, WordPress is the most powerful platform and content management system all over the globe. More than 75 million websites run using WordPress. WordPress provides a plethora of services and benefits. There are a number of ways to design and set up your WordPress website using various themes and plugins.

Each and every page on your WordPress website is valuable to attract the targeted audience. Moreover, webpages are important to have due to the number of reasons like legal factors, user service, and many more. Website pages are generally added on the WordPress website to generate content that won’t alter frequently.

Furthermore, you can reorganize your webpages as well as update layouts as per your requirements. You can add them to the navigation menu to access them on the tip of your fingers.

So, in this blog, we will demonstrate the most important web pages that your WordPress website should have.

 

List of web pages that Website should have:

1. About Page
2. Contact Page
3. Disclaimer Page
4. Privacy Policy Page
5. FAQ page
6. Product and Services Page
7. Custom 404 page
8. Blog Page

 

1) About Page

The About page is most essential and a must-have for every website on the World Wide Web. You can title this page as “About Us” or “About Me”, and it literally depends on either it is a business blog or a personal blog.

About Us

Using this page, you can present yourself as well as your work to your visitors. In addition to this, you can use this page to tell visitors about people behind your website, your purpose, values, mission, and whatever visitors should expect to find on your blog or website.

This page helps to develop the trust among the users, as well as this is the foremost page they view if the user wants to check your website. That’s why it is far-reaching for you to welcome your visitors with warm words.

Also, you can use it to showcase your most popular content or highlight your company’s services or products.

 

2) Contact Page

Your blog or website readers, advertisers, and business partners look for your contact details. So, the contact page is created to provide contact details to your website visitors. On this page, you should provide information like phone number, location, email address, directions with a map, links to social media webpages, and many others. Using contact page users can send a message quickly and smoothly and connect with you without writing a public comment on your website.

Contact Us

You need to create a contact form into the contact page. The contact form must have relevant columns like fill user details and specific columns for them to write whatever they want to ask.

It is really important to have a contact page so you can be more available to your users.

 

3) Disclaimer Page

A Disclaimer Page is important if you want to make money through your WordPress website. You can use this page to allow your website users to know about how you get money from your website.

Let me give you an example, if you promote your products and earn money, then you can illustrate this in your Disclaimer page on your Website.

 

4) Privacy Policy Page

The privacy policy page basically explains users about the data you gather on your website as well as how you and other third-parties can use this data. Moreover, there are a plethora of third-party tools available like Google Analytics that can set cookies, regardless of the fact that you are not gathering any kind of data from your visitors. If you use Google AdSense, then you must need to add a privacy policy page into your WordPress website.

A privacy policy page is in a simple language that should be clear-cut for the visitors to grasp the importance and purpose of including it into your website. In addition, you can find various privacy policy templates and generators on the internet. Alternatively, you can also create on your own.

Generally, it is required by the law, so have to make sure your privacy policy page is up to date with perfect design.

Useful Read: How To Manage WordPress Website? (Especially Helpful Tips)

 

5) FAQ (Frequently asked questions) page

The FAQ page is designed for users who favor self-service more contacting your support staff. The information that can contain is relying on the purpose of your WordPress website.

Let me give you an example, if you have an ECommerce store WordPress website then, the FAQ page contains information about various policies, cost of shipping, order accomplishment, different payment options, and many more.

FAQ

However, We are running the Solwin Infotech website, so on our FAQ page, we include information about Why you should join our company, working days and timing, growth opportunities, and many more question answers.

 

6) Product or Services Page

If you are not using an e-commerce platform to sell your services and products, then you need a product and service page on your WordPress website.

Services

You can generate a parent page to list all your products or services and child pages for every product with detailed information. Moreover, this page should be user-friendly with details of each product or service that should be genuine though it will help you attract new users.

WordPress Themes

Check our Solwin Infotech WordPress plugins and themes page as an example of an ordinary product page.

 

7) Custom 404 page

If WordPress cannot find a specific piece of content or web page then it immediately opens a 404 error page. Generally, the 404 page is plain and not really valuable.

404 error

Moreover, you can showcase a custom 404 error page and give more opportunities to your user to explore content and continue browsing when they search for unavailable information.

 

8) Blog Page

Creating an active and adequately written blog on your website helps in various ways. To begin with, it adds value to your website. Blog posts are really easy to promote due to it’s highly “social media friendly” nature. If visitors love your blog content perhaps they can share it with others on social media applications like Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, and other others.

blog page

Moreover, it will help to increase the organic traffic into your website. One of Google’s mottos is Content is king. Search engines like useful, latest, and relevant content that keep a steady stream of high-quality posts and blogs bring new visitors into your website.

Also Read: Website Launch Checklist: 25+ Things To Check Before Launching Your WordPress Site

 

Final Thought!

We hope this article helped you to get knowledge about the must-have pages that you should build on your WordPress website. Always keep in mind that it makes all the pages user- friendly and inviting to attract more users and make them feel important whenever they come to your website.

I recommend you to go through the SEO guide blog to bring more visitors to your WordPress website.

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khushbu padalia

Sr. Wordpress Developer

Khushbu works at Solwin Infotech as a Sr. WordPress Developer. She has been working in Solwin since 2012 and helped company to grow high and become a global leader in IT industry. She delivers out of the box ideas in product development and site maintenance.

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