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Top tips for a General Contractor Website Design

Having an effective, user friendly and interesting website has become one of the more sought out elements for a business. Customer are constantly searching for your services online that is why having a website with attractive designs, interesting layouts, unique content and impactful graphics is important. Other important elements include setting up the html, interface designing, user experience design, and search engine optimization.

As a general contractor it is essential to have a conversion focused, professional and user friendly website. Your target market is constantly searching for your services, projects and testimonials from other customers. It is important to showcase your project portfolio and affiliations to enhance your brand image.

  • Knowing your industry: It is crucial that you conduct research about your industry and find out who is looking four your services and who you want to target. Knowing the industry is associated with understanding the product, understanding the service being provided, knowing the pricing and packaging details and other production related basics.
  • Knowing your market: The target market will influence the type of marketing channels and message you will incorporate on your website. The customer base might be broad but they can be grouped into segments and based on this the website focus on having a particular layout which will attract the most customers.
  • Technicalities: Website designing contains a lot of technical elements – for example having the right domain, HTML settings, and search engine optimization. A static website is not effective, if there is no customer engagement the chances of repeat visitors is limited. Also, if the content on your website is not educational or memorable, people will not stay on your website for as long.
  • Make it user friendly: Customers do not have the time or the patience to sit through and figure out how to work their way around a complex website. Having clear directions and an effective number of pages is essential in order to make the website more organized. Customers should be able to access information with ease and be able to pinpoint their queries at particular points in the website.
  • Conversion page: A conversion page is functional to both the customer and the suppliers of a business. Having a conversion page established as a quick communication platform is very effective. It is a page where the visitor can send their details to the firm, such as their name, contact information and other business details.
  • Imaging: The more high quality photos the more visually attractive the web site will be. Images can express details which words cannot and so for the success of any website, striking images are a must.


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