The more your website appeals to your visitors, the longer they stay on your site. And the greater the chance that they will become customers.
To remain competitive as a company, a simple website is no longer enough. After all, your website becomes more and more the heart of the communication with your customers. That’s why it’s extremely important that the website gives the right message.
On your website you have about 5 to 10 seconds to make a strong first impression. Only if you combine the right words and images with a good navigation structure, your website can generate the interest of your visitors. That’s work for marketing and communication specialists. And yes, we mean us.
The technology must also be on point. After all, your customers surf through various platforms and screens: mobile, tablet or computer. Your website must therefore be optimized for all possible media. Again: that’s work for web specialists. Yes, us.
Strategy As A Starting Point
Every Word And Image Counts
Conversion As A Goal
Why spend money on a website that doesn’t turn visitors into customers?
Leading visitors to your website is a good start, but of course the work isn’t finished there. Many companies only focus on providing more traffic. Their website doesn’t do anything with the incoming traffic. Why spend money on attracting visitors if you don’t turn them into customers?
That’s why we always start with a Yes workshop. Together we talk about the possibilities for your company, who your customers are, what they expect from you and what distinguishes you from your competitors.
We also look at how you can affect them emotionally and rationally. That insight allows us to create a better website that makes loyal customers of your visitors.
70 to 90 percent of visitorsdisappear because of a weakly designed page. Let your website make customers out of it!
The average attention span has decreased from 12 seconds in the year 2000 to 8 seconds now. Let your visitor immediately find what he is looking for!
DIFFERENT TYPES OF WEBSITES:
Frequently asked questions
- What about the domain name and hosting?
- What happens with the maintenance?
- How does a website attract visitors?
- On which platform do you build the website?