Although our newest one-page website builder Prologue was only launched a short time ago, it’s been fun to see the variety of pages our users have already created. We’ve highlighted a few examples we love in this post. So strap in and get ready to be inspired.
Need a handyman in the NYC area? Call Johnny! This website features basic information about getting your house painted, and includes a helpful Google Map that lets you visualize where the company is located. The CTA button links to New York City Handymen Plus website, which lists the company’s full array of services. Visit his website at pricepointspainting.com.
This Turkish website advertises a water-resistant resin to visitors—which makes sense once you realize that their CTA button links to havuzcu.net, a pool construction and maintenance company. By creating a website that advertises their resin of choice, they can bring more visitors to their main website by targeting this industry-specific product. Visit them at izofox.net.
U.K. author Kief Hillsbery advertises his up and coming novel, The Tiger and the Ruby via his Prologue page. It’s a smart way of taking ownership of his product and brand while still letting interested readers order his book via the linked Amazon page. Visit his website at tigerandtheruby.com.
This artist uses her Prologue page to pull together her Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts, all of which are platforms she uses to share her artwork with followers. It’s a great way to encourage visitors to follow her on all of her social media accounts from one simple page. Visit her website at tcrisdesigns.com.
Brian Town, the CEO of Michigan Creative, set up a personal Prologue page that links to the website and social media accounts for his business. It’s a good reminder that even if you run an online business, creating a personal brand online that focuses on what you do is still important. Visit his site at briantowncreative.com.