Top Tip To Avoid Losing Customers At Your Website

Do you have a website for your equestrian, canine or veterinary care business?


Do you know if the website works on all devices? Your customers, (and potential customers). Will be looking at your website on their phones, tablets, laptops. And desktop computers. So that's quite a mix. And it can mean without some planning, a website won't work.

It's important you do have a website which is what's known as "responsive". In short, this means that your website works, on whatever device it's viewed on.



Otherwise, some pages may not appear. Some links won't work. Or a page will 'spill off the screen'. Generally it won't look great, and could lose you a customer!

But you can fix this.

There's two options.

  1. Have 2 websites. One which is computer viewable. And one which is for mobile devices. I do not recommend this. It means duplicating work. Who's got time for that?!
  2. Have a website that's designed using software which has responsive functionality. I designed this website here at Taranet, with responsive software. During the design process I also could check what it looked like. By pressing a button to replicate the different screen sizes.

Personally if I'm looking at a website which doesn't work. I'll 9 times out of 10 leave, and find another company to look at.

Don’t let your business down with a simple website issue.

Action Points..
  • Check your website, to see if it works on different devices.. Or ask a friend or relative to help you by looking on their phones or laptops.
  • If your website doesn't look right. Get the design changed. This may mean choosing different software. Or get a different developer.
  • Have a look through my previous blog posts for more business tips
  • Do you want coaching support to help your business flourish? Please email me to discuss! Or visit https://animal-star-social-media.teachable.com for online courses.

About The Author
Suzanne Harris is an equestrian and canine entrepreneurial coach and consultant to veterinarians who want to help prevent animals being affected by domestic abuse.