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4 Ways to make your Website User-Friendly


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4 Ways to make your Website User-Friendly

4 Ways to make your Website User-Friendly

People interacting on your website can directly reflect how your users perceive your website and eventually your business. If the users are coming up to your website and having a poor quality experience on your website while browsing your services and products that you’re offering in the market then it’s clear that they’ll certainly stop visiting your website and there is a chance that your business income and activity can drop because of it. Likewise, you may have heard that first impression is the last impression, so, make sure to maintain your website in order to grow your business and make it more user-friendly.


More information is always a better option than to write everything in your content. Users always make quick decisions and skip ahead to read more of the actually informative content. Try not to put very large paragraphs in your written content, and keep your titles informative and crisp so that it is eye-catching. Recently, a study found that using large font sizes allows a reader to retain information more easily, so keep the font size big when you can.


Use Negative Space Smartly
Negative space is also known as white space and using white space smartly in web design can relax the eyes of the readers, though it is an underrated tool in terms of web design but still it tends to work well. It’s not mandatory to maximize your negative space, but you can merge the text with it or sometimes you can play with the texture as well. Negative space works perfectly to gain the attention of the user in between the words, pictures, and elements. Just like our daily life, clutter never pleases us in any manner and it’s no different with website content.Cluttered content is harder for users to interact with, whereas negative (white) space can draw attention to a focal point and make your content more readable.


Call to Action
Every website tends to have a specific goal, such as generating traffic to your website,promoting a sale, or a prompt to download your app.All of these are examples of a major objective of a given website. Always remember that the call to action is very important for a website. A successful website will always make sure that it places its call to action precisely in the right place so that users can recall it easily.  Successful calls to action should be:

  • Prominently featured
  • Obviously clickable
  • Contrasting and bold colors
  • Text should be clear and persuasive


Presentable About Page
A website’s about page is like an introduction about yourself to a stranger on the first day of meeting them. Similarly, it allows you and your user to get to know each other before committing anything to each other. The about page directly targets the audience – it showcases everything about your brand from the inception of the product to its present appearance. So it should be presentable and very beautifully designed, as it’s the first thing anyone will be examining about you.

The Cyber Salesman never sleeps

Main Street Media 360 has made its special focus not just building beautiful websites, but websites that are technically beautiful as well. Websites that do two things, deliver your clients message, and show off your product or service while utilizing state of the art SEO techniques. We want to make sure when someone searches for your product or service, your website JUMPS OUT to the search engines. This is how we light the way to your home page amongst the millions and millions of websites.
(Currently INTERNET LIVE STATS, Lists over 1 Billion 220 Million, 500 Thousand websites) currently online selling services 24/7 and everything else from goldfish to sunglasses and then some.

We will do our part to get your website out there to your customers today and tomorrow. Can you help, emphatically YES. If you think about the websites that you visit everyday, what do they have in common, yes they are pleasing to the eye, but even more important they deliver what you need day after day, after day. That’s why you go back.

Your website could be a regular in their browser too. You can work with us to help us deliver fresh content, fresh promotions, and fresh sales products. This way we can help share the wealth and depth of what you have to offer your clients. One week you might get a good deal on blue widgets, let us know, and we can get the word out to all those potential blue widget customers who haven’t found you yet.

Your website is a 24/7 cyber sales person and if the salad he’s offering gets old, no one will be dropping by for another bowl full. Think of your web site not so much like a book, but more like a magazine. It needs to be refreshed regularly. Blogging and social media helps, helps tremendously, but you can help too – tell us about your expansions, the new products your carrying, that new staffer, the summer or back to school specials you are offering.

We can help you get that message out, long after all the stores close. While you’re getting some well deserved rest, we’ll be helping your 24/7 cyber sales person, deliver the goods. We’ll be delivering your cyber sales staff, right into the heart of Downtown INTERNET

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