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Do you really have a website without these pages?

Feb 10, 2018 1:12:00 PM

 Your website is unique to your business, but it shouldn't be too unique  below are 7 pages websites should have.

Home

This is your front door. Use engaging website copy that highlights your most compelling benefits and eye-catching visuals to capture visitors' attention. (You have 8 seconds.)

About Us

Your opportunity to answer questions like 'Who owns this business and what is its history?' 'What makes you different and unique?' (Avoid generalities like "We're committed to quality.")

Products/services 

What products and services do you offer?

FAQs

The place to answer questions your customers always ask. It’s a time-saver for both you and your prospects and a great place to give information about your company.  

Testimonials

Offers “social proof” that others are pleased with your products/services. You can use quotes, statements, etc. from current customers, but video is the jackpot of testimonial credibility.

Blog

Establishes you as a thought leader in your industry, creates relationships without requiring anyone to talk to anyone else, and gives search engines more searchable material to bring people to your site.

Contact Us

Makes it easy for visitors to contact you by offering your email address, phone number, physical address, and social media links.

The way you present the content on these 7 pages can be as unique as you are but to have an effective website, the pages aren't optional.

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Courtney Stallings
Written by Courtney Stallings

Courtney writes and edits content for Leading Results and their clients. She has been described as a Grammar Nazi and enjoys crafting writing with excellent spelling, punctuation, and grammar.

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