For most businesses, your website should be the hub of all your marketing activities. But it's not JUST a pretty face.
Your website should be optimised so that anyone searching for your solution will find you....just like you found us!
An Inbound Website Design is about turning a brochure site into a lead generating asset. Keys to success include, for example:
A sophisticated content management system (CMS) like HubSpot enables you to tailor the experience and content specifically to each visitor. Sections of each page can deliver relevant and valuable dynamic content based on their interest, search terms, repeat visits or life cycle stage.
Websites designed with inbound objectives and content with context are more effective at converting visitors into leads and ultimately into customers.
Instead of a more traditional website design approach, we take the view that a site designed in incremental steps using a systematic approach will shorten the time to launch.
Continuous analysis and improvement
Advanced website analytics enables us to research, test and learn about visitor activity, and we use this information to drive appropriate website improvements.
Learning informs marketing and sales
What we learn about visitors also helps inform and improve marketing and sales strategies and tactics (and vice versa).
This is about ongoing sprints towards site optimisation rather than a marathon to launching perfection.
This development approach can be adopted in any CMS, but our preferred route is WordPress or HubSpot COS.
COS stands for Content Optimised System. HubSpot COS provides all the tools to create a high converting optimised website. It is fully integrated with other HubSpot marketing and sales solutions, and therefore is a sensible consideration if you are already using, or plan to use, HubSpot for marketing automation.
Using HubSpot COS your website can continually adapt in line with visitor behaviour - see the example below. Having registered "John" gets a personalised welcome message when he next visits the site. When he views the site on a desktop, the content offers more information than it's practical to see on other devices.