To develop the perfect and correct web structure for any financial website there must be valuable factors to keep in focus while planning and building. The first few questions to ask during the planning stage are what type of audience will be viewing the website; will they be financial investors, financial analysts, or financial researchers just researching financial trends taking place in the current financial market? The answers above will help determine the best website structure layout to begin using. Now that a structure is chosen, mark that off of your check list and move forward to the next phase – what type of data will be offered on the website to readers.
Let us use two of the above examples (investments and trends) for this phase. With that being said, there can be sections built on the website that will have articles discussing various financial trends taking place within the different markets. In those articles there can be links to other articles providing resourceful data that will show documentation of good or bad reasoning. Articles can also provide things such as financial investment tips for beginners to the more advanced. A great addition to this website for another area near the bottom there could be a rolling ticker-tape that shows the stock market numbers in real time. It will give all those who visit the website a real time view of what it is like to watch numbers on the stock market.