Editor’s note: This post was originally published on 10/5/16 and has been updated for accuracy and comprehension.
This is the third blog in a series of articles covering web design for motivational speakers and authors.
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Wondering what’s the best way to “sell” your services on your website’s Services page?
If you want to effectively highlight what you do and how you do it, the Services page should clearly break down your primary services in a way that users can easily understand – and perhaps most importantly, direct prospects to get in touch or find out more information about them.
In the fourth article in our “Best Designed Website” series, we’ll explore best practices for your Services page by offering a few examples of it being done right.
Don’t waste the opportunity to create a powerful “Services” page.
Whether you’re building a website from scratch or freshening up your Services page only, good website design practices will go far.
Clearly leading the user through specific actions, effectively showcasing your brand and services and identifying steps to promote the user’s experience are just a few of the ways that your Services page can over-deliver.
Which service page stuck out the most to you?