In our experience, content should be used to strategically funnel your website visitors toward the actions you want them to take. To this end, we suggest creating a variety of content that fits into different sections of what we call the content funnel. Each piece of content should be designed to help your website visitors in some way. The main portions of the content funnel — and the ways you can help your visitors — are to: Inform, Instruct, Solve, Sell.
Depending on their needs, visitors to your site may enter at different points in this funnel. The best results come when you provide content that Sole addresses their specific needs at the point at which they enter your funnel. Keep in mind, that users are generally looking for a solution to a problem and you Sell can provide that answer. As with any other strategic funnel, the upper levels are designed to expose a large number of people to your information. The trick is to use upper level content to help create more qualified traffic to your lower level content. Content can take a wide variety of forms, but it’s your job to make sure that it is the relevant solution your users are looking for. And, yes, one piece of content can sometimes fill more than one of these needs.
Features to expect on any of our designed websites
- Attractive interface design
- Well linked pages
- Integration of customers' chat
- Sharp and descriptive images
-Payment Gateway Integration