Maybe it is easier to answer this question when we look back to times when we did not have the Internet and websites, what happened then? How did we advertise our products and services then?
We used to have an ad in the yellow pages, local newspaper or glossy one page ads in magazines. What has changed?
I believe in most cases nothing, a website homepage should be like a billboard, a glossy magazine ad and a yellow pages ad, all rolled into one. You have 5 seconds to make your prospects stop and look and then decide if this is for them or not.
If you are a small business, contractor, sole-trader or freelancer, it is always the same – tell them what you do and get them to contact you. Sooner or later the human interaction is what is going to close the deal. It is a websites job to bring the clients to you, so you can speak with them.
A one page website can always be enhanced with a great blog, not only much better for website rankings and SEO, but a real inside into your business and not just some, very often mistrusted, marketing blurb. Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter are great tools for customer engagement too and they cost no money.
We specialise in one page websites (search engine optimisation – SEO included), they are to the point, very cost-effective and help your new customers to find you online. Ad to that your engagement tools and you are setup for online business success.
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