Keep Your MSP Business from Making Common Website Mistakes
It’s likely, by this point, you’ve realized that the website of your MSP business must be continually updated if it’s going to remain trendy and effective. Yet even if you adopt such a management strategy, you’ll be wasting your time if you don’t make certain you’re updating the right direction. Following are common errors to avoid in order to ensure whatever work you do on your MSP’s online outreach efforts isn’t in vain:
Ensure Your Site is Intuitive for Users
Your MSP business will be primarily dealing with clients who have little to no tech familiarity, except for the knowledge they need what you offer. If your site is designed to cater to software engineers, it’s going to turn people off. Avoid doing this.
Ensure your website is intuitive. Put the information clients need. What information they need and what selling points you must hit should be immediately, easily visible.
Don’t Neglect a Legitimate CTA
Sure, clients will buy in a certain percentage without a CTA, but incorporating a call-to-action (CTA) that includes anchor text can increase conversion rates by as much as 121%, according to HubSpot.com.
Mobility, Site Name, and Information Static
People interact with the internet through mobile devices today more than they ever have. If you don’t have a site which can be interfaced with on any device, you’re leaving money on the table. Additionally, it’s important that you make your site name easily memorable and SEO-friendly.
Finally, don’t overload visitors with information. Too much data becomes a static background that your demographic won’t know what to do with. A better strategy is provide pertinent information which can be expanded upon with a click or a screen tap if prospects desire.
A More Effective Site
Your MSP business needs effective mobile optimization, an SEO-positive web address, proper information effectively presented, legitimate CTAs, and intuitive navigation. If you haven’t considered these things, you might want to.