The Magic Beans of a Strong WebsiteCorrectness Tone suggestions Full-sentence rewrites
Having a website for your business is not an option, it’s a necessity. Yet when you build a website just to have a website, you might cut a few corners that result in an ineffective website that underperforms. To get the highest potential and actually reap any real benefits (AKA—get the money back from your investment and then some) you need to invest wisely in these 5 elements:
You have one chance to make a good first impression, and it’s visual. Slightly customized generic themes aren’t going to cut it. The recipe for a positive impact often calls for the right color palette, a professional logo, high resolution graphics or photos, and a clean & simple layout.
The visual impact typically convinces visitors to stay and look around, or bounce. Now it’s up to your web content to continue giving them a reason to stay. This doesn’t mean you should go overboard on text… quite the contrary. Effective copywriting, like design, is clean and simple. Less is more.
Contact Information & Social Buttons
Engaged visitors shouldn’t have to look for a Contact page… they should be able to call/email you easily from any web page. On the same hand, Liking, Following, or Sharing through social media is another goal that should be equally easy to fulfill.
(Note—only use the social accounts that you and your audience are most active with.)