New Product: OnePage

Posted 12th Nov, 2017 in General

Over the past month I've been working hard at a new product and I'm happy to say it's ready to launch! OnePage is my newest offering, aimed at smaller businesses who want a professional website but don't have the money to pay for a fully customised website. Check out OnePage

Why this product?

OnePage was developed based on some interesting statistics. Websites often have multiple pages, but OnePage does away with that and offers a website based on a newer trend: single page websites. Such single page websites tell a more coherent story on what your business offers and promotes these services.

To put it in numbers: one customer had 1200 visitors in a year, out of which only 3! visited pages other than their homepage. Think about that. It means they had 6 additional pages for 0.25% of their customers. It's fantastic that people can find all they want on the homepage, but then why bother with the rest?

So what's so special about them?

Aside from having only a single webpage to develop and maintain, a single page website adds additional benefits. Reportedly, single page websites have up to a 30% higher conversion rate. This means that people are more likely to perform the action you want them to, such as contacting you. They also have a lower bounce rate, which is the percentage of people who leave your website after only a short visit.

It tells a coherent story

In my experience, businesses see their website as a place where they can tell a lot about themselves to the people visiting their website. This is often not the best approach to having a website, as the best place to learn about a business is by speaking with them. The most visited pages are the homepage and the about page, which can often be covered on the homepage. Then only in third place is the contact page, since an address is usually provided on the front page.

So why don't you tell your story on the front page and add a contact form for those who've been inspired?

Check out OnePage

I have nothing left to say but that you should check out OnePage and see for yourself. Let me know through the contact form at the bottom whether you liked it.

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