June 21, 2018 / Daniel Todd

Insurance Website Design: What You Need to Know

insurance website design Insurance websites that are built to the highest standards yield the best leads and customers. It is a proven fact. There is no reason you should settle for a sub-standard insurance website.

There are some simple rules you must follow to ensure your insurance agency website performs at a high standard. Here are the most important ones:

  1. The website can’t have any errors.
  2. A mobile responsive website must accompany each site and be built to compliance.
  3. Each image and graphic needs to be optimized.
  4. Building reference links from across the web from relevant websites is required to have a high performing insurance website.
  5. Old links that are pointing to your site that have no relevance must be removed.

The way that Only Insurance Sites approaches building your website is simple. We build from your client’s perspective. If I was visiting your website and wanted to purchase insurance from you, what would I want to see? Most clients want a real look at your level of customer service, pricing and how long you have been in the industry. They also want to get to the info quick and easy. The easier you make it to get a quote, the better your insurance website will rank and perform.

Google gives us all the tools we need to ensure that each visitor that comes to your website turns into a new policy. We have the ability to track where each visitor came from, the keywords they entered to get to your site and even the region the search originated from. Why does all of that matter?

The more data we have to work with the more adjustments and fine tuning we can do to your insurance agency website. It’s that simple.

Each website package we sell is a full-service package that costs less than all of our competitors. We pride ourselves in building the best insurance websites on the market. Want us to prove it?

Call us today at (800) 932-8242 and we will build the front page of your website at no charge or obligation! We understand that trust is earned and we are prepared to earn that trust. We look forward to hearing from you soon!