Single Page vs Full Feature Website

By Michael Scruse
Published December 1st, 2017
Websites come in all shapes and sizes , and over the last few years, single page websites have increasingly become more popular.
Single Page vs Full Feature Website

Your web site is broken down into multiple sections that separate your content into more readable blocks. This helps your visitor digest your content in an easy to read and structured format, as well as helping Google to better index and rank your site for different keyword combinations - all on the one page.

Single page websites are fantastic for small start-ups, small businesses or when you need a separate micro-site for a specific product or service. They’re an easy and cost-effective way to get your business presence online in the fastest time possible. It can also serve as stage one of a longer strategy to get your full-featured website up and running at a later date.

Just because they're affordable, doesn't mean our single page websites are boring. Our single page websites take advantage of modern innovations such as interactive galleries, contact forms, and social media links - and can even be plugged into an easy to use content management system.

On the other hand, if you have a lot of say and a lot of content to share, a large and navigation-driven website may be more up your alley. When structured correctly, a site that contains a lot of content and pages can still feel like it is easy to read and navigate, which is exactly what you want to help keep your visitors on your site.

Even if you don’t know what exactly you want to say yet, we have expert copywriters who can help do the heavy lifting for you.

Using our state-of-the-art content management system, your website can grow as you do, and we can help you integrate new technologies and features without the need to start all over again.

Let’s not forget that all websites we create are designed to be responsive (at no extra cost!), which is a one-size-fits-all approach. We build your site using fluid structures and content blocks that automatically rearrange and resize themselves to suit the screen they are viewed on.

Not only will your visitors enjoy having a tailored experience for their screen, Google also loves responsive websites and will actually boost your website in Google web searches vs non-responsive websites.

A website is more than how it appears on the surface. Speak to us today on 1300 134 415 for a personalised and obligation-free consultation to help work out which kind of website is perfect for you.

Michael Scruse
Michael Scruse

Michael brings his technical, web and sales expertise to every project, backed by almost 30 years’ experience in the IT industry.

In 2018, Michael became one of Australia’s first Certified Joomla Administrators.

Michael is also a qualified chef, although cooking is now in a domestic kitchen. Michael is a bit of a history buff and is currently researching his own family history.