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Creating a Business Website that Attracts Bookings

Tour Operators: How can you create a website that attracts bookings

As a Tour Operator or anyone who creates a website for business, you don’t want your website to be boring.  You don’t want people to land on it, decide there’s nothing for them to do there, and leave after twenty seconds. Instead, you want to make your website appealing and encouraging for readers – you want them to browse around and hopefully make a booking

There are 3 must-haves to do this, so consider this your simplified checklist:

 #1 Make Pricing Simple

When people land on your tourism website, They’ve probably got a couple of other tabs open on their browser for comparison. They’re currently researching their options and checking out your competitors as well, so it’s important that they understand your pricing structure quickly and easily.

Make sure it’s easy to spot, and you answer the following:

  • How much does it cost?
  • Why does it cost this much?
  • What do I get for this price?

Remember that people want value for money, and it’s your job to communicate that value on your pricing page.

 #2 Complete Product Information

Would you be interested in making a booking with a tour operator if there was no description, photos, videos, or reviews of the experience? Probably not – and neither will your prospects.

This kind of information is absolutely crucial when people research their options because you’re managing your prospects’ expectations. Make sure this information is easy to read (bullet points are better than big blocks of text!), and that you’re clear on what each experience entails – especially any additional charges.  Your prospects need to know exactly what to expect.

3# Easy Navigation

When people land on your website, you don’t want them to be overwhelmed by the array of information you’re showing them. Instead, you want them to quickly figure out where they need to go to get their questions answered. Don’t try to put all your information on the one page. Put the simplified answers to the most frequently asked questions, and provide a link to read more about it. You can even set up a FAQs page to help them out.

The end goal is for your site to be simple enough for visitors to know exactly what their options are. Don’t leave them wondering what to do next or they will quickly drop off!

Your main aim should be to be as simple, appealing, and engaging as possible.

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