Your website should help you strengthen your brand and attract new customers. A beautiful, professional website is one of the most important things for business owners to invest in today. Luckily, with Pagevamp, it’s neither expensive nor time consuming to make an amazing website. Let’s examine the main things your website should do, and how to achieve them.
Step 1: Capture Attention with a Beautiful Home page
How do you make a great home page? Follow these two rules:
A. Have beautiful homepage images
B. Keep it simple
Let’s start with A—beautiful homepage images. One beautiful image is all you need. If you have a blurry, unprofessional or unattractive homepage image, it’ll certainly ruin your site. When in doubt, hire a professional photographer!
Now, part B is the next most important thing: keep it simple. Don’t put too much text. Don’t have too many links. One sentence is usually enough. You’ll want to convey what type of business you are, where you’re located, and what makes your business special.
Step 2: Fill in your details
Make sure that the contact information you put on your website is accurate so that your customers can learn about you and contact you easily. To edit your business description and contact details, go to the 'Settings' tab of your website editor. Then scroll down to the sections called 'Short Description' and 'Contact Settings', and make your desired changes.
Step 3: Inspire Action
Once you’ve caught their attention, now you want them to take action. First, ask yourself what it is you want your website visitors to do. Do you want them to buy products online? Make a reservation? Sign up for your newsletter?
You can activate a 'Call To Action' button on your website. Just like the one shown in the image above. For that, go to the 'Settings' tab of your website editor. Then scroll down to the section called 'Call To Action'. Turn it ON. You can link your button to a URL, a phone number or an email address.
And that's it!
If you can accomplish these simple steps, then your website will be the best business decision you’ve ever made.