Pop up windows can be annoying and frustrating for website visitors. More often than not, your visitors don't want to see pop ups showing up on your website - they're trying to interact with your site, not be "pushed" into purchasing something or signing up for an email list.
But, pop up window's can be great when used as Hidden to Start canvases and combinedwith Call-to-Action buttons.
You can use a pop up window to provide a little more information, for a signup form or to offer a special discount.
You could also simply link the Call to Action button to a specific page!
Since the day I bought this 200 year old homestead in upstate New York, I knew I wanted to develop organic foods for our local community.
Actually, this isn't an organic farm in upstate New York - it's a website template designed for a farm or ranch. This website template is built on the Showit platform which allows for easy drag-and-drop customization... and you don't need to know anything about coding to customize this website template!
Even if you've never built a website before for your farm or ranch, you can learn how to customize and maintain a britelime Showit template.
Is it easy? Let's just say, it's not nearly as hard as milking cows at 4am or lambing in the middle of a snowstorm. And you won't be alone along the way. Showit expert and britelime founder, Liz Langford-Cobo will be there to help you along the way. With britelime Showit tutorials and your welcome guide, you'll have the tools you need to build your very own website for your farm or ranch.
Paige York | Owner & Farmer
Everything you see on this website template can be customized. Change the text, the fonts, the colors, the images. All of it! You can totally and completely customize this website to fit the look and feel of your small business brand.
Including call-to-action buttons on your website will help direct your website visitors to the places you want them to go. If you participate in a regular event like a farmer's market - invite them to come too!
If you operate a business where your customers can come to your location in-person, be sure to include all of the details! Don't assume that people know how to find your business, even if you live in a small rural area.