Looking for a quality insurance website?
If you need a lead generating website designed especially for your business...then look no further.
Our professionally designed insurance websites include the following:
- Fully Customized Layout
- One-Time Payment - No Monthly Fees
- Search engine friendly web design
- Pre-written Website Content
- Lead generating quote forms
- High Quality Graphics & Images
- Basic Search Engine Optimization to get you started
In today's thriving internet market, there are so many companies competing for every person shopping for insurance. Often times, when people are deciding who to work with; what ends up making or breaking the sale almost always is the design of the website.
The insurance shopper typically decides within the first 5 seconds whether or not they are going to remain on that site, making the first impression critical.
For those of you not familiar, a template is a pre-made layout, usually designed for a specific theme that has a specific color scheme and outline. The basic look of the website will always remain the same, but the user can purchase this insurance website template and modify the information in it to represent their company.
If you have considered using insurance website templates. Please consider the following:
First and most importantly, they are is not original. Because they are readily available to purchase on the internet, you can assume that if the design of a "ready made" insurance website template appeals to you, it most likely will appeal to many others as well.
Secondly, these insurance website templates have most likely been purchased by hundreds or thousands of other agents. Have you ever noticed while browsing through the web; you come across many websites of the same theme that have almost the exact same layout. Did that make you want to buy? Think about this if Walmart and Target had the same exact branding i.e. stores, website, commericals - would either of them stand out as their own brand? The short answer is NO!.
Imagine being in the prospects shoes, after they see so many of the same looking websites how would they remember which one is yours. Don't you think they would become bored at looking at the same website? Remember the goal is to stand out, not to blend in. Therefore, originality is a must.
Third, many insurance website templates are very rigid in that they have many sections that you cannot change or edit, making most modifications impossible. If you have a text box that has a predetermined size and your text does not fit within that area, you are at a loss. Also, if there are specific details that you do not particularly like in the template, you are often stuck with them and unable to modify them.
Of course, ultimately, it is up to you; as these are just suggestions, but remember, that internet usage is growing daily and in order to remain competitive you must place a high priority on your web presence.
But, as the owner of a company, ask yourself what type of website you need to make your business stand out from your competitors and if going with an insurance website template is the right answer.
Again, ultimately it is your decision, but if left up to the majority who had the choice to design a website that would look identical to their competition but cost them very little, or to spend the money to create their very own, unique look and appeal. You'd probably agree that most would go with the latter.