I have a site online now and it's pretty much empty. The title reads <Index>. I have 2 pictures... one is an image of text that welcomes people and to let them know the site is under construction and will be up soon. The 2nd image is a button that is not hyperlinked to my email. It's a button and only shows my email and phone number.
I do not see this site complete until 1 month from now. I'd like to have it fully operational sooner, but I'm contemplating many aspects of what I want in the site, etc, so having it soon isn't much of an option.
I'm thinking of the ramifications of putting limited information on the site, but do not know what Google will think about it. Once it's fully operational, I know several places the g-bot-spiders go daily and hourly, so my site will be found right away and hopefully indexed accordingly.
I can put all the information on the index page along with creating the proper title and all my info... like business name, address, phone number and a few paragraphs explaining the service with a few keywords in there as well. My concern is what Google will think about this small page with no inbound links and limited information. I wonder if there is a disadvantage to doing this.
The other option is to leave it "as is" until it's done. I expect the site to have about 12 pages total when it's done. It will be for a service business. I wonder the differences and whether there are dis and advantages to going this route.
I'd like to put some quick information up so customers can get some info on what the business is about.
So to wrap this up... There are the options and I'm wondering which route is better and why.
Thanks for reading,
Edited by Webseeker, 20 March 2014 - 10:59 PM.