This beautiful, historic hotel in Estes Park, Colo., takes full advantage of all the Weebly website builder has to offer. For example, its homepage header features a full-screen video slideshow of the hotel grounds and interior spaces. In addition, the pages describing the hotel’s rooms use videos to showcase each room along with “Book Now” buttons that connect to a separate reservation system.
This website also uses an OpenTable® plug-in for reservations at the hotel’s restaurants while wonderful photography throughout the site showcases the property’s beauty.
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This golf instructor’s website provides a great example of how you can use Weebly to create a crisp, professional-looking website. Mr. Manzella kept his homepage clean and simple by pairing a large header image with awards badges that provide proof of his teaching expertise. He also uses Weebly’s ecommerce platform to sell online lessons and video instruction courses.
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This home inspector used Weebly to create a simple website for his business. Simple icons used throughout the site give it a clean, uncluttered look. When you click on the “Schedule Your Inspection” button, you go to the Square® appointment-booking system. (Square owns Weebly.)
Every page of this automotive repair business’s Weebly website prominently displays its Better Business Bureau® (BBB) accreditation in the lower-right corner. The attractive homepage uses alternating section backgrounds to showcase different aspects of the business. This website also links to the repair shop’s Yelp® and BBB reviews so visitors can read about previous customers’ experiences.
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While the Selective Insurance Group didn’t use the Weebly website builder for its main website, it did to create its social-sharing website. This secondary site contains a variety of articles, videos, and images the company’s insurance agents can share on social media platforms. By embedding the ShareThis® app on this site, which displays sharing icons on the left side of each page, the company makes it easy for its agents to share site content via social media.
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Artist Debra Lanning used the Weebly website builder to create a site to showcase her unique artwork. For example, this website uses Weebly’s gallery feature to display images of her finished pieces and weebly’s newsletter subscription feature to allow guests to sign up for updates from the artist. Although Ms. Lanning hasn’t exhibited her art in a while, she’s done a great job of listing gallery appearances on the site’s “Exhibitions” page.
LMG Bookkeeping uses a subdued color palette to create a professional-looking website. This site features the Weebly FAQ app at the bottom of its homepage to answer common customer questions. In addition, the icons throughout the homepage add visual interest without creating a cluttered appearance.
This financial coach skillfully used stock photos to create a professional-looking website. The site also uses Weebly’s ecommerce feature to sell the consultant’s coaching packages. The homepage design includes different backgrounds for different sections to create visual interest without making it look too busy. In addition, the site’s “Contact” page has a contact form and a clickable email address.
Here’s an example of an attractive restaurant website. In the main navigation menu, some options link directly to the parent company’s website. Each location also has its own page, including that location’s menus, address, operating hours, and advertisements. The “Menus” page for each location includes links to portable document format (PDF) files that display their food and drink menus. Each location page also has a link that invites customers to write a review.
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This software company used the Weebly website builder to create a site to promote its application to potential clients. When a visitor clicks the “Request a Demo” button, a contact form appears to collect their information. The site’s “Testimonials” page features a video of a customer describing their experience using the software. While very simple, this website does a great job of promoting the company’s product.
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An elegant stock photo in the homepage header area sets the tone for this beautiful website. This website also uses one of the Weebly website builder’s newer features: the ability to connect the Facebook® Messenger™ platform to a company’s Facebook business page. This feature places the Messenger icon in the lower-left corner of each page of the website, making it very easy to ask a question. This business also uses Weebly’s ecommerce feature to sell its hundreds of tea blends.
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This plumbing company’s phone number is a clickable link within the homepage header of its Weebly website, making it easy for customers to call when they have a plumbing emergency. By also including its location name in the homepage header, this plumber enables search engines to more easily find and recommend the business.
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Hopefully, these Weebly website examples provide some inspiration as you consider how you could use the Weebly website builder for your small business’s website.