1. Call to action.
Visitors to your website are on your website for several reasons. Your website is a website user requesting more information, purchasing a product, downloading an app, booking (or hundreds of other variants that can make money in your business), and a marketing tool that allows you to book. You can prevent website visitors from leaving your website and taking your business to any of your competitors who need to present a phrase that encourages explicit action.
2. Responsive design.
By business, more than half of website visitors can come from mobile or tablet devices. You need to provide a better user experience for those users. There’s quite a bit of technical stuff you need to know about creating a responsive design. The basic idea is to format the website according to the user’s browser/system and how the user shrinks or expands the website.
3. Clear contact information.
There are many websites today that make it difficult to quickly contact businesses. Some of the world’s largest companies are actually making it difficult for users to get them to cut customer support costs. Unless your industry is monopolized, it’s good to keep some form of contact with your business simple. There are many ways to contact us, including e-mail, web forms, and live chat. So there will be no way for prospects or customers to get your business 24/7.
4. A website with a security host.
You need to make sure that the host is in a secure data centre and some options for website backup. It also maintains a local backup of your website. One of the dangers of DIY website development and amateurs developing websites is that many security flaws can be unintentionally added to the website. Juno Digital Development has many years of experience in web development and web security. Suppose you have a website that is currently in operation. In that case, you can test the website as a paid security consultant and resolve any issues (contact us via the contact page for more information). Or, if you want to build a new website, you can confirm that the website is not vulnerable to fatal attacks such as SQL injection attacks.
5. Social Media Links.
Social media is a great way to drive target users to your website. People who like your website through social media can attract hundreds or thousands of new users if the item goes viral. It is essential to allow clients or customers to share the content of your website to the network via social media links. You can grow your business faster by adding the opportunity to push and share good through platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Google+, Twitter, Snapchat, YouTube and LinkedIn.