Worried your escort site might have gotten a little too crowded for the average visitor to find their way around? Here are a few tips on website navigation:
Why give importance to navigation?
When visitors come to your escort site, they are most definitely looking for information about you and what you do. If your information is too hard to find, they will give up and visit the next best thing. This is why it is important for your site to have a navigation that is highly intuitive. A clean layout and a logical navigation system enhances your escort site's looks. Thanks to our gallery of professional themes, you don't need to worry about design anymore, but you should stay focused on your content and how to link it.
Why are links important?
Ever wondered what exactly determines your visitors to stay on your site and explore it? It's the placement of navigation links! That's what makes them stick around like you want them to. In other words, if your visitors don't find what they are looking for on your escort site - your photos, your rates, your contact details etc. - within 2 clicks at the most, that means that the links on your site are not placed right. To fix that, first try to put yourself in your visitors' shoes: what is the first action they would do while being on your website? Read the content of the first page that shows up after entering your website's URL in the browser and then decide what to do next. Their decision depends on how well you've organized your content.
The navigation bar
Navigation bar is the section of your escort site where all the pages you have added to the site are displayed. It shouldn't be too crowded though. Try keeping the number of pages to 5-7, keeping in mind that the truly relevant information about you should be visible within 1 click's distance: contact details, calendar dates, rates for your services, gallery, F.A.Q.s, reviews, links. Our Community bar takes care of the members' area for you.
Internal links are links that connect your visitor to another page within your website. For example, if you want your visitors to go to the Rates page right after visiting your Contact page, you can use an internal link to direct your visitor there. Be sure that links are underlined and/or blue, which allows visitors to easily distinguish the text as a link. Use short, clear and precise words in your links, so that visitors understand immediately what they are about to see when clicking that link - do not limit yourself to writing "Click here" or worse, do not paste the entire link address in the text.
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