[thelist] questions for clients without a clue about websites

David Siedband technique at oceanicsky.com
Fri Jul 2 16:32:59 CDT 2004

Happy Cog has a really good survey for their clients that you can 
download from

I approach clients by asking more about their business than about their 
goals for the web.  Their business is something they understand and 
feel comfortable with talking about.  Once you understand their market, 
their value proposition, and their brand, you can propose strategies 
for how they use the web.  This often gives you a chance to expand upon 
the scope of the project or at least plant seeds of ideas for things 
they could do in the future.

On Jul 2, 2004, at 9:25 AM, Johnson, Christopher (MTO) wrote:

> I am looking for a series of questions that I can send to a new client 
> to
> focus their minds and their planning in regards to their website. 

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