I Didn’t Know My Website Could Do That!
What’s the difference between a good website and a great website? The answer is
simple: a great website understands, predicts, and meets the needs of its customers.
Let’s face it, websites are more than just a sales pitch and many businesses and
companies tap into a small portion of their site’s capabilities.
Below, we’ve compiled a list of potential benefits that occur when operating effective,
results-driven websites. See if yours is up to snuff.
- Is Your Website Convenient?
Websites are available 24/7. Customers don’t have to hop in their car or wait in
line. Instead, they can simply visit your website at their convenience, hassle-free,
in order to easily find the information, products, and services you’re offering.
Remember, frustrating websites produce frustrated customers.
- Is Your Website An Authority?
Before making a purchase, customers will often use the internet to research products
and services. Effective websites give you the opportunity to prove that your offerings
are legit, dependable, and better than the competition.
- Is Your Website a Conversationalist?
Allowing customers to leave reviews about your products and services is one of your
strongest advertising tools – a series of positive reviews bolsters your chances
of landing new customers. And if that occasional negative review pops up, your website
acts as a public forum for you to address the problem quickly and professionally.
- Is Your Website Intelligent?
Visitor polls, online surveys, and website statistics are effective ways to collect
market research. Not only can this data show what’s working, but it helps target
areas of your business that can be improved.
- Is Your Website Open to Change?
Content management systems allow you to upload and edit content whenever you please.
You can also link to other forms of marketing and advertising, such as video, print
ads, and social media. This freedom gives you complete control when engaging customers
day-to-day, week-to-week, and month-to-month.
- Is Your Website Customer-centric?
Know your audience and grab their attention by strategically targeting their needs.
Building a website requires you to put yourself in your customers’ shoes – what’s
the best way to engage them? How can you tailor the site for them? The most successful
websites know their customers inside and out.
Creating a website is no longer a specialty trade. But creating an effective website,
capable of delivering outstanding results and measurable change requires time, research,
planning and oftentimes professional help. Whether you’re unhappy with your existing
site or starting from scratch, Desert Rose Design is ready to work with you one-on-one.
Give us a call today and take the first step toward unlocking your website’s true