You should also make sure that your website's contact information is visible at the top-right at all times. This helps convert visitors into potential customers without them having to hunt down your contact page.
Improve your page load times
No matter who you are, dealing with poor load times is not a fun experience and leaves customers confused as to why the load times are so poor. If it takes too long for them to go from one link to another, they will more likely just leave your website. Thankfully, there are methods you can use to improve load times and, in turn, page navigation.
One mistake many websites make is that they put too many elements on a page. For example, if you have a page with a ton of images to load, that will increase the page load time. A good way to alleviate this is to make subpages for certain images. This way, you can still have all the images you want without increasing the page load time. However, that is not the only reason why your pages may be loading slowly.
Improperly optimized images on your website can also increase load time. This commonly occurs when you upload a high-resolution image and then scale it down. Despite being scaled down, the image takes just as long to load since it's still the same file size. Thus, make sure you lower the file size on your computer before uploading. Keep it under 1 MB whenever possible. JPEG images are also smaller than PNG images.