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  1. Top Tips For Your Website Designing And Optimization They say when you first meet someone you have about 7 seconds to make a strong impression. For a long time, this information has been around, as I can remember I was just a kid when I heard it first. In this digital age of instant gratification, everything occurs super fast. Now, I am going ahead assuming that it takes enough less than 7 seconds to build a first impression after landing on someone’s website. However, reading my blog is a no-pay service but website design San Francisco is. SFWPExperts is the mention needed here that is the hub of years acquainted and professional players of web design, finishing each of

  2. projects with technology-driven plans including the smarter approach you can think of. Getting back to path, the first place where people are going to land likely would be your homepage. So how would you form a first impression that makes them stay longer than 7 seconds? And from that, an impression to attract them to your business and getting them to buy your products or service? At least about me, I know I form impressions very quickly and make decisions when the matter is of whether I am going to stay longer on a website or not. Usually, I give only a few seconds of my time to a website, and if something is off, leave it without giving a second thought. The two main umbrellas of problems I come through are - 1 I am unable to figure out exactly what you deal in or have to offer 2 Bad design elements So I decided to prepare a concise mistakes list that I consistently see and what you should do instead, to let people stay on your website long enough, to be turned into customers ( hopefully ). In realism, to put a bit of strategy behind your homepage is not that hard. And, you likely have availability of all the resources and elements to do it in a well manner. So, hopefully, this guide would help you better. Let’s start then! Tell your message You want to get able to capture your visitors instantly with “what you do, for whom you do and why do you do” when you build your homepage.

  3. To make it easy for anyone to see, this message should be placed at the front and center. Whenever potential customers land on your website, they need to know exactly what your website is all about without any delay and they shouldn’t have to search for it. In addition to using simple language, keep that concise and clear and make sure if someone knows nothing about what you do would be able to know exactly what you do after giving it a read. I don’t mean by this you sound like a robot, never, rather put your fun spin on it freely but at the same time make sure either it is easily understandable. Sometimes the spin on a branding message gets overboard that it looks confusing. Don’t miss on including the three elements that are what you do, who you do it for and why you do it. Example - Alex is occupied in creating Squarespace templates for small business owners for the sake of DIY their dream websites at the earliest. Visitors remain in a hurry to know what you do and if they are unable to figure it out, more likely they will leave. So avoid being vague, the first webpage on your website should contain this message for sure. Clear It Out What Would You Like Your Visitors To Do You need to know what do you want them to do, before doing this. Do you want them to get your service soon? Buy a product or its maintenance package? Sign up for the email list? Read blog posts? What is your goal for the visitors? Such purposes are different for each of the businesses.

  4. Try backward working, for instance: What your end goal is someone book your services, that moment firstly they will need to contact you. Before they decide to contact you, they would want to read a bit about what services you are offering. So, the priority of your homepage would be to make visitors see your service page where they can read more about your offered service. And on the service page, you would have an easily visible contact button or contact form to book what you offer. You will have to put on a big and obvious “opt-in” on your homepage first, if your goal is to get them onto your email list. The goal behind it is to guide your visitors to do exactly what you want by them. And your homepage is the starting point. This particular section should sit very nicely and most close to the top of your page. If the very top is hard then around your brand message. So your visitors could know in a single sight that what you do, for whom you do and why you do. At this point, if their purpose is matched for what they are looking they will see an opportunity after it to learn more about it and the rest is history. As enough, we have cut out the other tips for website design, you can always get it visible by switching to What are the top tips for great website design? The leading website design company San Francisco would always be close to your reach whenever you ping us on a call or email for feedback, suggestions or other queries.