Thursday, February 26, 2015
In your time on the web, you’ve undoubtedly stumbled across an “under construction” page. All too often, these place holders include a generic message to visitors to “check back soon” along with a photo of a construction cone or a stick figure in a hard hat. While some of these graphics may be cute, these templates don’t help the visitor learn a thing about your practice.
If you’re in the process of developing a new site for your firm, you might be tempted to save time and money, and simply put up one of these placeholder pages (often provided by your domain registrar at little to no cost). It’s important to remember, however, that every interaction matters and a generic under construction page makes for a forgettable first impression. Instead, work with you web developer to create a single landing page that includes the following information:
For more tips and help creating an effective under construction page for your practice, contact us today!