Easy Furniture Web Tip 195: Welcome? Not!
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By Katherine Andes
Although I don’t see it as often as I used to, I still run across consumer web sites that still have headlines on their home page that say “Welcome.”
Companies have an opportunity, front-and-center, to make their best effort to pitch folks to stay on their page and all they can say is “Welcome”?
The purpose of a headline is to keep your visitor on your page.
Yes, as a furniture store, often your images are what catch your visitor’s interest. But all the other furniture stores have beautiful images, too.
It’s your headline that helps to set you apart from the other stores.
Just putting “Welcome” is a wasted opportunity. Even worse is having no headline at all as many furniture stores do.
You should put in something to grab attention and hold your visitor. It could be your unique selling proposition
. Are you the oldest furniture store in your locality? Are you the hot-shot new guy in town? Do you have the biggest stock in a warehouse? Do you have the biggest showroom?
Or perhaps you just need to put someone in the mood
and write something to go with your image. This room could be yours. Imagine coming home to it.
Easy Furniture Web Tip 195:
“Welcome” is for your doormat, not your home page headline.
Katherine Andes specializes in web content development
and copywriting for SEO — including page customization for storefront and franchise web sites. Visit her website BetterWebSales.com
or phone her at 559.589.0379.
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