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4 Questions to Ask When Building A Vacation Holiday Home Website

20 Jul 4 Questions to Ask When Building A Vacation Holiday Home Website

Every small holiday Homes business  wants a website that dazzles visitors, tells them a compelling story, and delivers it with credibility and confidence. Many conversations about building the ultimate website focus on aesthetics (how the site looks and feels). The visual impact of a site is incredibly important, but looks aren’t everything.

Relevance is what separates good sites from great websites, and that means understanding your customers. Being a customer-centric business requires seeing the world through your customer’s eyes and adjusting your website accordingly. Start by asking yourself four questions.

1. Who are Your Vistor?

Don’t overcomplicate this, but identify two or three of your most common vistor profiles. Document what you know about them, including their core interests or concerns. This becomes much more important as you refine your messaging and website.

2. What Brought Them to You?

What likely initiated their interest in your website? Were they doing searches around discount terms in a properties? Luxury terms? Competitors? Do they have an urgent need for your holiday homes, or are they more likely passive, opportunistic vistors? This will vary across your different vistors profiles, but spending a little time thinking through these scenarios can provide helpful insight.

3. What Device Are They Using?

There is value in considering if your target audiences are more, or less, mobile. Audiences finding you and interacting with your site on a mobile device may have different needs or hot topics to be addressed versus audiences finding you through desktop or laptop devices. It’s also worth considering if the audience is using multiple devices in their journey, potentially doing initial research via a desktop or laptop computer but responding to promotions or doing last-minute shopping on mobile device.

4. What’s Most Important to Them?

Considering all of the above, evaluate what is most important to each of your vistor profiles as it relates to your holiday homes. It might be price, safety, view , distance from metro,reliability, convenience, or some other factor. It may be distinctly different across different visitor types, but this is the foundation for your messaging to each group.

Build Your Site Around Stories

Each visitor profile will respond to a unique story. Your site should deliver the most relevant story to each visitor. Many websites allow users to identify a profile and navigate the site through that selection. This works hand in hand with properties type -oriented navigation and can differentiate you from competitors with websites featuring only lists and descriptions of products or services. Put the value you provide in a context your customers will understand.

Customer centricity means taking the time to understand your customers, what they want, what they need, and how what you do fits into their lives. Take the time to understand them, weave those insights into your site, and you’ll turn a mediocre site into something fantastic.

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