It is important for potential clients to be able to reach you and to know your location. Be sure you make this info easily available to the public. You can’t have it on your site often enough.
Too many times it is buried in one spot and you are missing out on client contacts.
I thought it might be helpful to look at several different types of contact/location page examples to give you an idea of what is possible and what might work best for you.
I have 4 main contact/location pages that I recommend for clients.
All of the above are easy to navigate and use. All keep the website branding and showcase the business.
It doesn’t matter if you have your contact information all over other pages, your web visitor wants to see “Contact” in the main navigation bar. They will visit the contact page and expect to see your full contact information.
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