Havasu web design needs to be done in a very specific manner that will be appreciated by the folks living here. It’s important to ground your company in the city and to speak the language of the locals.
When building your website make sure that it’s clear what you’re tie into the community and how you are helping others in the community out with your business. Another important tip is to make sure that the website is accessible on older browsers such as Internet Explorer.
We have a generally older audience here in Havasu that use some of the older browsers such as IE or Edge and may be searching on search engines such as Bing.com instead of Google. So it’s important that we optimize for these and make sure our website is accessible to all, especially the older generation.
Another important tip on that front is to make sure that the font sizes on our website are appropriate for reading, we want to have font sizes that are big enough to read easily and not strain the eye.
Here in Havasu, it is a close community where everyone knows everyone and we want to highlight our connection to the community on our website and who we work with. That is why having good testimonials and reviews from local businesses and people in the community is so very important and crucial to the success of your website and your business.
Here on our website we have a scrolling slider of all the reviews we have received from the businesses that we serve and are happy with our work. I encourage you to do the same on your website. Collect the reviews across the web on Bing, Google, Facebook, Yelp, etc. and then screenshot them and put them in a slider on your website so that visitors can view all of the reviews that you have achieved.
It may be also a good idea to put a form on your website where people can leave a review for you, however it’s better to get reviews on those aforementioned websites versus having them directly added to a website like that.
Have questions about how to have a successful Havasu website design? Or looking to have your website redone or built? We’d love to help you out! Drop us a line on our contact page located here and I will get back to you as soon as possible!
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