How to Improve Website Content in Support of Your Business
Content is the lifeblood of your website. Without it, the website is meaningless, and without an intelligently conceived and executed version of it, the website is a failure. And while it may be easy to say that good content is important, it is often tougher to deliver well-executed content, even by the most diligent content providers.
Having stated all that, still... fear not. Worthy content remains a goal within reach of even the smallest scale local business, if given proper and regular attention.
Somewhat surprisingly, content begins with smart design. After all, users cannot locate your content if it is presented in a confusing manner. Remember, customers and clients come to your website primarily for information, such as phone number, address, and a concise review of available services. Don´t wrap that information in any unnecessary design tricks or overly clever navigation.
Next, find a way to stay in touch with customers in some meaningful way. With the ubiquitous nature of blogs and other social media tools, it's virtually irrelevant noise to add traditional ad copy to the already-glutted streams of info. However, customers appreciate hearing a real voice behind a business. They appreciate a business that will talk community, as well as about deals and offers.
This is your chance to get personal. In other words, don't think of social media as a new version of the rectangular print ad. Think of it as being closer to a face-to-face encounter-a moment when client/customer and service provider break through the marketing and interact on a person-to-person level. After all, you already have garnered the attention-think of what you'd like to say.