After noticing that users where not converting on our old site even after browsing the site on average for 3:21minutes I realized if I wanted to see change, than change was required..
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3 months ago
Really awesome color scheme, I dig it :)
Hey Alex, I looked at the old and new site. I noticed a few things that might be causing low conversion rates. Your redesign addresses some of these things but Ill still list out what I saw.
1. Lots of typos in your copy. (This can diminishes the credibility of your business/service)
2. Rethink your headlines. (The main banner heading and other headings your using aren't grabbing my attention)
3. Remember that most people don't read, they scan. (Try to condense your copy altogether. Try to make the body text a little bigger and make the copy shorter but more to the point)
4. Try to make the site more visually engaging. (The design you attached addresses this problem and is looking great so far)
5. You need some more "Call To Action" buttons throughout the page. (Give the user some more conversion avenues. Its a good idea to do a nice call to action at the bottom of the page as a final reminder to book an openhouse)
Hope this helps to either reinforce some of the changes you've already made or add some new ideas to incorporate.
@Arturo E. Herrero thank you! I do agree with your points about the call to action button being more spread out.. Typo's are also going to be address, & we are going to be fixing up the content... As always I really appreciate you taking tome out of your day to help give advise. Never stop! Thank you & let's re connect soon :)
@Alex Banaga No worries man! Always here to help. Looking forward to some new shots of the progress.
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