Number 1: Keep it simple.
Don’t try to be clever. You’ll only confuse people. If you haven’t had a website before consider something similar to the navigation bar of this website.
About Page: Tell your audience about your business, what you do, your experience etc. This is where you can have a meet-the-team section with individual contact info and bio’s about each member of your team.
Expertise Page: Go into detail about your industries that you serve and the positions you fill.
Clients Page: Breakdown your approach when working with clients, the process and the steps you take to fulfill their requirements. Think about what makes you different from the rest and use that as a selling point.
Candidates Page: Breakdown your approach when working with candidates, the process and the steps you take to fulfill their requirements.
Blog/News/Resources Page: Are you going to have a blog or resources page? Think about the content you want share with your customers. Blogs are a great way to get return visits to your website. Combined with newsletters, ebooks, and social media updates you can create new leads that turn into more money for you. Ask us about new ways to grow your business through lead generation.
Contact Page: Yes, you will need to have contact details on your website if you want new leads.