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The Contact Page: Invite Your Readers to Come and See

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Come and see for yourself. (John 1:46, NLT

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The Contact Page: a #devotional for writers based on John 1:46 with Word Wise at Nonprofit Copywriter #WritingTips #Websites #Blogging

Is your website or blog contact page easy to find and easy to use?

“Think about it — your dream customer has made it to your website, read your blog posts, your company and product information, and maybe even downloaded some of your eBooks or product files,” says creative marketing strategist Juliette Ferraro. “But when they're finally ready to reach out, you leave them hanging. Not the best experience, right?” 

That’s why your contact page is one of the most important pages on your site. A good contact page makes it easy for readers to find you. That’s particularly important if you want readers to read your content … if you want to interact with them ... and if you sell products and services on your site. 

The best contact page offers multiple ways for readers to reach out: a phone number, physical address, email address, and of course, a contact form. The visitor can choose which way to get in touch with you.

Jesus offered multiple points of contact. He taught crowds. He spoke directly with listeners one-on-one. He introduced himself to people who in turn connected him with others. 

That’s how Simon Peter learned about Jesus – his brother Andrew invited him to “come and see.” That’s how Nathanael met Jesus – Philip invited him to “come and see.”

That’s how your visitors can learn more about you. Use your contact page to invite them to “come and see” more for themselves. And then show them what you offer.

A Wise Word

Your contact page invites readers to learn more about you.

A Word To Pray

Heavenly Father,

Thank you for inviting me to learn more about you. Help me be welcoming and helpful to my online readers.

In Jesus’s name, Amen.


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