Number of sections / pages
Even if you are planning the same location alone, it takes an hour or two and sit down with a pad of paper and think about the organization of your website. Think about the information you want to include on your website, and how they can be better organized so that visitors can find. Create sections that logically group similar information.
Some examples of parts of the city can be: product (with a group of product types) Contact (O cards, phone / e-mail, newsletter registration, profiles of key personnel) support (FAQ, Forum, Downloads), blogs, media (video, photo galleries) and your account (the cart, history commands).
Great poorly regulated content has little value. Some visitors may patiently sift and sort, but most will leave its place to one that is easier to use. Consistent navigation bar tools is essential if you want your data and products found and purchased later.
Typically, the logo on the top of every page is a link on the home page. In this way, visitors can escape what would feel like a dead end, to return to the home page. Ideally, your site will have a navigation bar is always set that allows visitors to quickly move from one section to another without feeling like you fell into a deep well.
Does the layout, especially the navigation bar makes it easy to navigate? If not, visitors may get frustrated and leave.