Having the ability for customers to be able to contact you quickly and easily via your website is a must, especially if you are business which relies upon incoming leads. If you do not have an obvious “Click to Call” button on your website, you could be missing out on prospects. Whilst most handsets this days try to turn what it *thinks* are valid phone numbers into clickable links, it’s not always successful – therefore having one on your site should be considered an absolute priority
I’ve recently started to offer a relatively simple service where I offer clients the ability to have a “Click to Call” facility on their website, no matter the platform. This will permanently stay at the bottom of a mobile phone when they are browsing your website, enabling them to call in just one-click. It is compatible across all mobiles and can be colour matched to your website palette.
The “Click to Call” will more importantly show on a mobile, staying on screen all the time, therefore giving the person on your website an easy one-click way to call you.
If your business thrives on needing to take calls, then having a permanent “Click to Call” button on your site is a must! If you’re currently sitting on a desktop PC or Mac reading this, try shrinking this browser size down with your mouse and see what appears. The “Click to Call” will more importantly show on a mobile, staying on screen all the time, therefore giving the person on your website an easy one-click way to call you. No pinching and zooming in and trying to copy and paste the number into your phone book – just one click, and done.
Considering the amount of people who more browse the web on their phone as opposed to their desktop – to ignore this gargantuan percentage of people is just criminal. For just £29.95 I’ll get this done for you, and test across all platforms too.
I am fanatical about providing useful web experiences, via bespoke websites which engage, inform and entertain. I have been making websites since a young age, and am a keen supporter of AFC Bournemouth.