Top 3 Factors That Make Your Kids Entertainer Website Ineffective
Look at What Could Be Costing You Bookings
Many kids entertainers are losing out on a lot of bookings because they have ineffective websites. And usually it’s not their fault.
Either they don’t have the technical know-how on how to make a website that, in Colette Kelly’s words, “turns lookers into bookers” (hey, we’re kids entertainers, not web design and coding experts, right?), or they don’t know where to find a professional who understands both web design and the kids entertainment market.
Luckily, Colette has the remedies to the top 3 website problems kids entertainers face. Listen to this podcast to learn not only some practical tips on how you can improve your page load speed and make your website look nicer, but also the ultimate solution to kids entertainers’ web design needs.
In this episode we discuss:
- What led Colette to learn web design and development and create Muse Website Design, her own web design company catering to children’s entertainers
- Top 3 website factors that lose you bookings
a. Low Page Load Speed (and how to improve it)
a.1. Image Sizes
a.2. Video Sizes
a.4. Site Coding
b. Unresponsiveness (and the importance of being mobile-friendly)
c. Ineffective Design
c.1. Density vs. Scarcity of Elements
c.2. Color Palette
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