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Your website is an essential part of your business, it is important to give it the attention it deserves. We repeatedly see good website design deliver excellent results for businesses which would previously have wasted a lot of time and money on ineffective marketing. Read the report below about the 8 essential elements we have seen work magic on our client’s websites.

1. Perfected Elevator Pitch

Studies show that website visitors spend an average of seven seconds or less on 90% of the websites they visit. This means you only have a few precious moments to convey who you are, what you do, who you do it for, and why you’re the best choice. Make sure you nail your pitch and get in front and center on your homepage.

It’s important to spend time honing your core marketing message and ensuring that your logo design, tagline and the initial two sentences of your website copy are clear and present your brand with credibility and impact succinctly outlining your specialty and target niche. There’s a lot to communicate in very little time so your pitch must be concise and compelling.

2. Clear Call to Actions

When marketers and business owners ask, “Why isn’t my website design converting?” the answer is most often a lack of call to actions. Common call to actions include phone numbers and “Buy Now” buttons, but they may also be more subtle actions encouraging visitors to a next step. Call to actions are designed to engage your visitors and guide them down the path to a conversion.  Visitors to your website need specific information before committing to a purchase or enquiry, smart call to actions preempt the visitors next step and gently lead them through your website in the way you want them to experience your website while delivering the information they are seeking.

On the most basic level  any good web designer would recommend that you make sure your phone number is in the top right of every page of your site. Have your web designer put your contact info on the footer of every page along with quick links to your most valuable content. This is even more important for mobile websites where prospects are often just looking for a quick phone number, hours or address.

 

3. Engaging ‘About Us’ Page

The two biggest mistakes made with About Us pages is that they are often boring, and they’re not about the customer. It may seem counter-intuitive to write an About Us page that is more about your customer than your company, but there’s a good reason for it.

Your company exists for your customer. So by logical extension, your About Us page is also about your customer. That’s not to say it shouldn’t create an engaging portrait of the personalities behind your organisation because your prospects want to know who they’re working with, but they also want to know how those people are going to make their lives better. Your About Us page, like the rest of your website, should present all information in the context of how it benefits your visitors. Experienced web designers will be able to help you plan this specific to your business.

4. Deliver High Quality Content

Quality content is vital to your marketing efforts and without it you can’t tell your story, attract your target market or explain the problems you solve and how you solve them. Everything from your website copy to your email newsletter should be useful, informative and engaging. Make it easy to read, delivered in portions and frequencies that match the interest of your customers.

Your content is a vital tool to lead visitors towards the purchase and it should work together with your website design and brand to provide a seamless and compelling experience. High-quality content demonstrates authority and integrity and visitors are more likely to purchase from businesses that invest the time and effort into sharing their message in an intelligent and appealing way.

5. Gorgeous Visual Design

Visitors will be more inclined to remain on your website if it’s aesthetically appealing and visually interesting. They will also be more likely to return and to share your website with others. A visually compelling design immediately establishes the quality of your company and your product.

Visual design has a significant impact on a visitor’s emotional response to your business. If your website design has a below average visual appearance visitors will consciously and subconsciously perceive your company to be below average. When it comes to your visual design hiring professional website designers can be very beneficial.

 

6. Mobile Friendly Design

25% of people on the internet at any given moment are using a smartphone or tablet. What’s more, research shows that tablet users are converting at higher rates than desktop users. This proves that your website needs to be not just viewable, but optimised for mobile devices.

Responsive design insures that no matter what device someone uses, your website delivers content in the most effective way. For complex websites, custom mobile design may be necessary, however in no instance should mobile visitors be left with the standard desktop version. Desktop websites are awkward on mobile devices making it difficult to navigate menus, click links and find what users are searching for. Your website designer will be able to advise you as to whether responsive or a mobile site would be best for your particular situation.

7. Robust CMS and Stable Structure

The platform upon which your website is built will have a huge impact on it’s usability as well as how efficiently you are able to update content and interact with visitors. We can’t overstate how important this structure is to the performance of your website. This is particularly important for ecommerce websites Without some of the following critical features you’ll waste time when posting content, optimising for search engines or fixing errors.

When choosing a content management system (CMS) look for the following:

  • Simple content editing accessible from all devices
  • Quick load times
  • SEO-ready
  • Used by a large community of users, website designers  developers (i.e. WordPress)
  • The software is actively supported by the developers and is being frequently updated