5 Basics Of Building A Seamless And Interactive Business Website

How To Build an Interactive Business Website

A website is representative of your brand.

Once visitors are on your site, they can learn all about your company, from the services you offer, your location, and your team members.

With potential clients getting all this information by clicking on your website link, it’s essential to ensure it’s in top-notch condition.

It should extend beyond the information it shares, your website must be user-friendly, easy to navigate, and fast-loading to prevent visitors from leaving your site and pursuing their interest in your competitor. 

That said, you must ensure that your website is built seamlessly and interactive enough to boost brand awareness and increase conversion. Here are the basic factors to consider:

Liven Your Website

Websites, especially those created before digitization, are seen as lifeless and boring to navigate.

Lifelessness is attributed to boring long texts and non-interactive pages.

With digitization, you need to make your website lively and engaging to increase traffic.

One way of livening your website is by utilizing videos.

Videos more or less create a one-on-one session with your visitors as they browse your site.

It would be a great idea to replace long blogs with videos.

For instance, make a video on your Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs.)

One of your team members can do this and address the questions.

Alternatively, utilize animations to make your videos more interesting.

The uses of videos on your website are endless, besides FAQS, use videos to explain your step-by-step service provision to potential clients.

They’ll understand better through videos than by reading endless paragraphs.

Another way to liven your website is through visual story mapping.

Story mapping more or less involves you telling your customers how they’ll benefit from your products and services.

Here, you can utilize animations representing real people for better relatability.

Doing this can make your potential clients see themselves as part of the animations and feel connected with your brand.

Adopt Chat Bots

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Chatbots are becoming a commonly used artificial intelligence (AI) tool in creating websites.

Therefore, it’s best to adopt one for your website as well.

Before chatbots, visitors to websites would get frustrated when they needed to inquire about something, and no company representative was present to attend to their needs.

In some cases, it’d take a day or two for the clients to get assistance.

A chatbot more or less represents you in your absence, it’ll engage with the visitor and assist them accordingly.

With chatbots, you don’t need to worry about the tool giving wrong answers to clients.

You can program them on what to say based on the client’s question. 

Include A Review Section

Serving your clients shouldn’t begin and end with service provision, you need to engage with your customers even after purchase.

The extra effort you put into communicating with your clients after seeking your services shows how much you care about their welfare. 

To achieve this interaction, include a review section on your website.

Your clients will interact with you as they give you feedback on your services or products.

There are many options for your review section, from ratings to open text, where clients can leave a myriad of comments.

It’s best to adopt both or as many options as possible to accommodate all your clients. 

Besides having a review section for your website, add one at the end of every blog on your site.

With this, visitors will tell you if the information was satisfactory or lacking in delivery, among other things.

Knowing your customer’s feedback may help improve your future blogs, making you better to meet your customers’ needs.

Add Self-Help Tools

In your business, you deal with customers who have varying personalities and needs.

So, to enhance customer satisfaction, you must meet the needs of each of your clients.

However, some of your customers might not be fond of seeking assistance with every hitch they experience as they utilize your services, because they might be uncomfortable with too much interaction.

To cater to these clients, have self-help tools on your website.

You can add an FAQ section where you address issues most of your customers face and some troubleshooting guides.

The troubleshooting guide should relate to your specific brand and the equipment in general.

For instance, if you deal with heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) services, a guide should outline the steps on how to check the specifications of your brand’s HVAC unit.

In short, you should refrain from solely focusing on your brand, your goal should be to supply as much information as possible from your website. 

Moreover, to remain relevant in your industry, you need to upgrade your website by incorporating self-help tools to immediately give assistance to customers in need. 

Integrate A Menu

As a company, your website holds a lot of company and industry-related information.

With all this data, it might be challenging for your website visitor to scroll from page to page to find what they need.

Besides consuming time, your potential clients might get frustrated, causing them to leave your site and seek information and services from another source. 

Therefore, consider adding a menu as you build your website to create a seamless experience for your users.

Ensure that all the information is accessible, including your contacts, with one click from the menu.

In addition, add a search button for further easy data retrieval.


This article has shown that you can easily achieve a seamless and interactive website for your business.

However, you’ll only achieve this by considering the factors mentioned above.

By transforming your website into an engaging and user-friendly one, you can be sure that it will be worth it in the long run.