D’oh! What Do You Mean the Homepage Isn't the Most Important?

Your website is completely built and ready to go. The practice pages are complete with outstanding keywords and phrases, and your blog is updated multiple times throughout the day. You stand back and marvel at the homepage particularly, because this page is the one you spent the most time, money, and thought on. You think, “I am done.” Believe it or not, though, great web design for law firms does not focus solely on the homepage.

Do I have to start my website from scratch now?
No! Do not throw away everything you have done! There is a simple solution:

  • On each page, make sure there is a way for the user to contact you.

How do I do this?

  • Add a link that says something along the lines of “Contact Us,” or have live help so a user can instantly talk to you.

Where should the “contact us” link take the reader?

  • Have it take readers to an easy, noninvasive contact form that takes this information immediately into your contact database. Offer free information to entice the reader to fill it out.

In the end, remember that your homepage is not the page that will make you or break you, and if you have already sunk a lot of money into the perfect homepage, then there is still hope to be had. Just take the time to improve what has been done to get the best out of your web design.

If you are looking for a company to help you with web design for law firms, contact us today at 888.886.0939.

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