Can I Upgrade My Website Later?
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Yes! As your business grows and your needs expand, you can upgrade your Turnkey website to get more pages and more features.
With Turnkey, your website size and complexity isn’t locked in at time of purchase. As a dynamic asset to your business, your site can grow as your business grows. We’ll be there when you’re ready to expand your web presence with our ever-expanding included features and optional website add-ons exclusive to Turnkey clients.
If you’re unsure whether the included features of your preferred template will meet the needs of your business, we recommend reviewing the available template options with a Turnkey web expert during your 15 Minute Discovery Call.
Your Digital Brochure
The most common size for a small business website is 5 pages, consisting of a “Homepage”, “About”, “Services”, “Photo Gallery”, and “Contact” page respectively. We recommend this approach for those who rarely make changes to their website content. They want their website to act as a digital brochure and the experience to be as simple as turning a page.
Sometimes Less Is More
It’s a commonly held belief that more pages on your website equals greater success generating leads and sales. In reality that’s not always the case. While a brochure website of 5-20 pages may appear impressive and professional, it’s important to consider the end goal of your website.
Are you aiming for prospects to fill out a free consultation form? Are you leading customers to a product checkout page? More and more, both time and attention have become precious to website visitors. In a lot of cases, a single page website is perfect to drive leads to a single call-to-action.
Single page websites are tailor-made for fast and easy conversions, communicating all of the vital info required to make a sale or qualify a prospect. Nothing more, nothing less.
The Proof Is In The Numbers
We’ve observed 60% of the traffic to our clients’ websites visit with their mobile phones. These potential customers often stay on the homepage rather than browse internal pages. Those with a contact form on the homepage consistently see a double-digit increase in lead generation over those that rely on a Contact page.
User habits are changing, and as we all grow more accustomed to the speed of social media, consider paring down your message to just the essentials so website visitors can find what they want without having to dig.
What’s Right For Your Business?
Is a single page website or digital brochure website right for your business? Choose from one of our professionally designed templates and let’s talk about it during your free 15 Minute Discovery Call.