Inspiring Agency Websites you Must See
Let’s check it out. But before we jump in make sure to hit that sub button for more fun and useful content every week now let’s browse! First, Honey! not you the website Honey is the first on our list because it makes good use of bold vibrant colors has an intuitive navigation menu and is direct with introductions.
What I think is really working for them is the well-written case studies along with beautiful images and videos. The potential clients of this agency can see exactly what honey did for its previous clients, like Harvey Nash for example, or Nomo or Urban eat.
And notice how they haven’t even included any CTAs. Pretty risky. So if you want to follow that path make sure you’re confident enough in your agency’s reputation in the industry. Next up, Social Chain! Now at first you may be thinking “What is this, a chatbot? I don’t want to talk to chatbots.
Social chain-Inspiring Agency Websites
Show me your regular website! This is what Oliver Yonchev, the managing director of Social Chain USA has to say: “The website experience has changed very little in the past 20 years in comparison to almost all other digital products.
We’ve created a website experience that was a nod to what we believe the future of websites will be. In its current form, it’s a basic chatbot experience, but in the future, we believe you’ll ask a question and get an AI-informed answer that is relevant and intuitive.
This was our first step in working towards that”. Bastion Elevate, the third on our list, has opted for a more classical structure. My favorite thing about this website that it starts with a bold motivating messaging: “Level up” How cool is that! I’m sure a lot of visitors get a mood boost immediately.
Jordan Dahlquist, the director of social media at Bastion Elevate commented: “We really wanted to cut through the crowd and get straight to the point with our website design by having clear messaging and new bright colors that aren’t often seen in agency websites.
Well, Jordan, it worked pretty well. And you guys should definitely try using a video on your homepage as well. We Are Social. And that’s not a statement, that’s our next website. And this one has everything we’ve talked about already – the video, the case studies, the CTAs.
It even has an awesome blog of its own. That’s another nice touch that you can include in your agency website. What can show your knowledge of trends of the year better than writing an article about it? Your clients will love it.
Goat Agency-Inspiring Agency Websites
Next up, the Goat Agency! That’s a silly-ass name for an agency if you ask me. And yet, apparently, Goat is the fourth fastest-growing global agency. You see a testimonial right away. An idea you can steal from them is engaging your visitors with some data and make a precise promise.
Here, for example, the promise is to select the right influencers that will lead to the maximum number of conversions, and that the agency sees marketing in a different more modern, and flexible way than traditional agencies.
Think about it! What promises can you make to your potential clients? Speaking of promises, AMP agency also makes a promise to its potential clients. The company just does it in the video format and not with text and data.
The promise is to help you become not just famous but a favorite by making digital the absolute focus of the marketing effort instead of treating it as just another channel. Number seven on our list is WPromote, a website that strikes a nice balance between flashy and simple.
One special menu tab here is results. Everyone loves to see the actual numbers achieved. This adds a lot of credibility to the agency and the visitor wants to see his or her brand in that list of winners.
What you can learn from jellyfish is the art of simplicity. There are just two main tabs here: “we do” and “we are”. Now does it mean that the visitors get less info? No, of course not. As soon as you click one of the buttons, you will find out everything there is to know.
This is just all about organizing the info right. Lesson to be learned, don’t overwhelm your agency site with thousands of buttons and tabs. Next up we have Go Fish Digital. Seriously, what is this new thing with animal names? I don’t get it.
(Anna) It’s cute! Cute? Isn’t it weird? No? Cute… Okay. Anyway, the most important aspect about this website is its use of color and color psychology. The agency’s signature color is everywhere, but since it’s a shade of light blue it gives off tranquil and optimistic vibes.
You should also try to use the colors of your agency’s logo for better brand recognition and to put your visitors into the right mood. There are two main things we can learn from the website of our next agency-Silverback Strategies.
Silverback-Inspiring Agency Websites
Number one, they have a whole resource center where they store insights about digital marketing, visitors, and potential clients definitely appreciate the opportunity to learn, so webinars, trainings, tips and ebooks should be included on your website as well.
The second thing to learn is the tab introducing the team. You can add a tab like that to your agency website as well to emphasize the importance of the people behind your agency and paint the right picture of them.
And that’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed browsing these awesome agency websites with me and learned something from each one of them. Leave me a comment down below, telling me which one was your favorite, and as always, likes and subs are highly appreciated.
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