Have you decided if you want a one-page or multi-page website?
It all boils down to one crucial issue in the end: aligning your business to the customer experience. It’s not about the cost of web design, the time it takes to construct a website, or even hiring a designer instead of using a free website builder.
A single page may be all you need if your company only offers one product or service. They must, however, be properly planned and structured in order to become engaging and beautiful websites that attract customers. A more traditional multi-page alternative will create a better customer experience when you have a lot of information to share with the consumer and want to be able to educate and empower them about what you do.
Your website should, in theory, always be a consistent reflection of your brand, aligned with your customers’ values, have a quick initial page load speed, and provide the functionality that your customers and digital marketing strategy require. Knowing the advantages and disadvantages of a one-page website will make this decision a little easier.