This general contractor expertly uses photographs of its work to illustrate past projects on its GoDaddy website. Under the “Services” tab in the main navigation menu, the company lists the different types of construction services it offers. In addition, this site’s “Photo Gallery” page features many examples of the company’s work.
By highlighting its business phone number in the homepage header image, this contractor also makes it easy for potential customers to make contact.
This castle in Pennsylvania hosts weddings and other events. It uses a slideshow in its homepage header to illustrate the different types of events commonly held there.
Under the “Stokesay Events” tab in the main navigation menu, this business uses GoDaddy’s calendar feature to list its upcoming special events. Its on-site restaurant, The Knight’s Pub, has its own GoDaddy website complete with dine-in and take-out menus, a place to purchase gift cards, and more.
This business coach created a truly engaging website with GoDaddy. Along the top of the homepage, for example, she uses the GoDaddy website builder’s promotional banner feature to make an announcement that includes an eye-catching, animated seasonal decoration. The homepage also includes a short welcome video that enables Ms. Off to introduce herself and her coaching style.
In addition, this site uses GoDaddy’s appointment scheduler so new clients can book a discovery call or coaching appointment right from the homepage. Site visitors also can download two worksheets and/or read current articles from Ms. Off, supported by GoDaddy’s blogging feature.
This business features a large photograph as its homepage header to clearly illustrate its group fitness classes. This site uses GoDaddy’s calendar feature on its “Class Schedules” page and GoDaddy’s private page setting for the “Members Only” area, which ensures only registered members can view that section.
CSS Group Fitness also took a clever approach to showcasing its team by using a slideshow on its “Instructors” page.
This local bakery uses its attractive logo as the main image on its homepage. A photo gallery right beneath the logo then showcases the baked treats this bakery created for past customers. This site also uses GoDaddy’s ecommerce functionality, which enables customers to place orders for both in-store pickup and shipping.
LandisOriginals sells custom-engraved gifts. Its website uses many of the features offered by the GoDaddy website builder, including ecommerce functionality that allows customers to personalize its products, Facebook® reviews, slideshows and photo galleries of its work, and a logo list to showcase its business partners.
With the GoDaddy Ecommerce plan, LandisOriginals can enable its customers to select the brand, color, quantity, and personalization they need. Its customers also have the ability to return to its website and leave reviews for the products they purchased.
This Michigan winery, restaurant, and tasting room used the GoDaddy website builder to create a truly attractive site. On its “Menu” page, for example, this business showcases images of its various menus as well as downloadable, portable document format (PDF) versions of each. Its “Events & Music” page not only connects to the winery’s Facebook page to display upcoming events, but also includes an ecommerce feature to sell tickets.
This website’s “Reservations” page uses GoDaddy’s appointment scheduling feature while its “Order Wine” page has ecommerce features that enable visitors to purchase wine for pickup.
GoDaddy provides a great website builder for plumbers and other home-service businesses. J & M Kinsey Plumbing uses GoDaddy’s basic website features to create a simple, yet professional site that includes a contact form, photo gallery, and “About” page photos. The phone number in the homepage header image also makes it easy to contact the company.
This site offers a good example of a business using GoDaddy’s most basic plan.
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Professional photography can make a great website even better. FourSite, a property construction and management company, displays professional photos of the inside and outside of its apartment communities in a slideshow header on its homepage.
This site’s “Communities” page also features high-quality photography in a photo gallery. It also uses GoDaddy’s membership feature so FourSite employees can access private pages.
This plant nursery takes full advantage of all the features the GoDaddy website builder offers. For example, its website uses the ecommerce feature to enable customers to order plants online. It also uses the calendar feature on its “Upcoming Events” page, the membership feature on the “Consultations” page, and the blog feature on the “Gardening Tips” page.
This Texas real estate company makes great use of the real estate features available with the GoDaddy website builder. For example, the company uses GoDaddy’s multiple listing service (MLS) search feature on its homepage so prospective buyers can quickly search for available homes.
On its “Client Testimonials” page, this real estate agency uses GoDaddy’s partner feature to display its Zillow® reviews.
GoDaddy also makes a good option for parent teacher associations (PTAs) and other nonprofit groups that may lack the budget for a professional website designer. This nonprofit’s website uses many of the features available with the GoDaddy website builder, including the ability to download PDF forms for its silent auction.
Hopefully, these GoDaddy website examples provide some inspiration as you consider how you could use the GoDaddy website builder for your small business’s website.