In the digital age, your Alaska web design is going to be one of the first things a customer sees when familiarizing themselves with your Alaskan company. The homepage of your Alaskan company should have the following three components for a successful first impression.
Immediate Clarification of What You Do
A client doesn’t want to have to hunt down your mission statement to figure out who you are and what you do. This information should be front and center on your website’s homepage. A few simple statements or photos can relay the information you want and encourage customers to request more details for the service they need.
A general idea of what you do is great to start with. More detail on your homepage of the specific services you offer- be it links to pages detailing these services, a general list, or photos- helps clients figure out if you are the right company for them. The faster they can decide you’re the right company, the more likely they are to reach out for a quote or appointment for your services.
Answers to a Few Frequently Asked Questions
Are you constantly getting calls or information emails from potential customers asking the same questions? Is there something people need to know that they may not think to ask? It may not mitigate it completely, but having the answers to these questions right on your website homepage gives the information your customers are clearly looking for. Providing enough information to be useful and not so much that they don’t need to reach out is a key balance for your homepage.
Do you still need some help getting your Alaska web design homepage up and running? Contact us today and see how we can help!