Free Website Request Template

When you request a free website from us we need the following information.

HolyWebHost Customer Number*:

Domain Name*:

Home Page:

  • Title(Home or Welcome is pretty standard):
  • Page Description: What is the purpose/goal of this page?
  • All the page text:
  • Image names: (don’t forget to send us the images)

Contact Us Page:

  • email address:
  • Phone Number:
  • Address:

About Us Page:

  • All the text:
  • Image names: (don’t forget to send us the images)

Page 3:

  • Page Title
  • Page Description: What is the purpose/goal of this page?
  • All the page text
  • Image names

Page 4:

  • Page Title
  • Page Description: What is the purpose/goal of this page?
  • All the page text
  • Image names

Page 5:

  • Page Title
  • Page Description: What is the purpose/goal of this page?
  • All the page text
  • Image names

* Note: Customer number and domain name are not required for the initial request, but they are required to publish your site

Small Business Website Essentials

Before you begin, set some goals and make a plan for your small business website. Start with a clean and simple professional website. As your online needs grow the site can grow with you. Don’t take on more than your business is ready for.

As you plan your site, consider the following pages that we feel are essentials for every small business website. This list helps to set a solid foundation that can be built on in the future.

Business Website Essentials – The Business Website Foundation:

  • Mission:
    • Tell your visitors why you exist. List the standard Vision, Mission, Goals, etc.
  • Products or Services:
    • Explain the value your company provides.
  • About Us:
    • Company information, founder profile, staff bios,
  • Contact Us:
    • Includes an email contact form, organization phone number and address. Directions using Google maps (optional).

Club Website Essentials

Before you create your club website, make a plan. Start with a simple and clean website and don’t create more than your club is able to keep current. As your club increases interest increase your website features.

As you plan your site, consider the following items that we feel are essentials for every club website. This list helps to set a solid foundation that can be built on in the future.

Club Website Essentials – The Club Website Foundation:

  • Mission:
    • Tell your visitors why you exist. List the standard Vision, Mission, Goals, etc.
  • About Us:
    • Describe how the club started, list the leadership with short bios
  • Join:
    • Explain how interested members can join and attach a form that can be printed and mailed in.
  • Contact Us:
    • Includes an email contact form, organization phone number and address. Directions using Google maps (optional).

Non-Profit Website Essentials

Before you begin, clear plan for your non-profit website. Start with a simple website and grow when you you are ready to expand. If you take on more than your organization is ready for your site may become stale and outdated.

As you plan your site, consider the following pages that we feel are essentials for every non-profit website. This list helps to set a solid foundation that can be built on in the future.

Non-Profit Website Essentials – The Non-Profit Website Foundation:

  • Mission:
    • Tell your visitors why you exist. List the standard Vision, Mission, Goals, etc.
  • About Us:
    • Describe how the organization began, provide a short history, list the leadership and include short bios and pictures.
  • Get Involved:
    • Explain how others can help support your cause.
  • Contact Us:
    • Includes an email contact form, organization phone number and address. Provide directions using Google maps (optional).

Church Website Essentials

Before you begin, make a plan for your church website. Start with a simple church website and grow when you need to. Don’t take on more than your church is ready for.

As you plan your site, consider the following pages that we feel are essentials for every church website. This list helps to set a solid foundation that can be built on in the future.

The Church Website Foundation:

  • Services:
    • List the service times and locations.
    • Indicate if there are Sunday school classes, children’s programs, etc.
  • Visitors or Connect:
    • Explain what a visitor should expect.
    • Explain how new members can connect. If you have small groups, list them and provide simple directions on how to get connected.
  • Ministries:
    • List each ministry and how to get involved or support the ministry.
  • About Us:
    • Introduce the pastor.
    • Clarify the beliefs, vision, mission, etc.
  • Contact Us: Includes an email contact form, church phone number and address. Directions using Google maps (optional).

If you are planning your church website we would love to help. We offer a free church website based on this list of church website essentials. Let us help you start with a good plan and a solid foundation.

Visit our Free Church Website Demo. If you want to test out the admin interface, just ask! We’ll send the username and password.

Website Essentials – A Solid and Simple Foundation

Creating a website requires a good starting point. If you start with a simple website containing the essential pages, you will establish a good foundation for growth. Churches, non-profits, clubs, and small businesses all have different goals and different target markets. Within each group, every organization will have a unique focus too.

Minimum Essentials

Most visitor-oriented or customer-focused sites should have two standard pages. This is not rocket science, but it is overlooked more often than you might think.

A contact form: Include a contact form and other contact information so visitors can ask questions and learn more about you. Email forms are great, but I feel it is important to offer a phone number and mailing address too.

Information about you: Tell your visitors about you and your organization. This little piece of information may never be the focal point of your site, but it gives it a personal touch. When you meet someone in person, do you ask about them? If you are interested in something, you naturally want to learn more about it. The same principle works on the web.

Organization Essentials

Each organization type has different foundational needs. The following list contains simple ideas to help you find the best pages to start a new website: