How Do You Greet Visitors To Your Website?

September 6, 2009 by Joanne Laurent Leave a reply »

molly-me-about-photo1Search engine optimization (SEO) is all the rage—and for good reason. Your website won’t do you any good if nobody can find it.

But what happens after Google or Yahoo delivers web traffic to your dot com? How do you greet your guests? Are you making your web visitors feel welcome?

You can welcome your guests and assure them that they’ve come to the right website by immediately letting them know who you are and what you are offering.

Providing meaningful, eye-catching design, and clear, informative written content will capture your web guests’ attention.

Are you luring website visitors deeper into your site? Interesting written content will keep them searching your web longer. And the longer you keep them reading your words, the more time you’ll have to influence them to want what you’re selling.  

Call deScribe It! at (360) 231-4597 to learn how to get clear, concise, and effective written content for your website.



2 Responses

  1. Dipen says:

    Hi Joanne,

    Well, I think The web page should have this basic functionalities on the page.

    1) Providing a solution for any problems for the visitors (Eye-catching)

    2) Opt-in Form to capture their emails

    3) Buy it button on the page to turn the visitors into buyers.

  2. I agree. You’re absolutely right. Check out my previous post, “The High Performance Website” where I addressed the importance of graphics and a call to action (aka: a buy it button).

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