A New Year means a new look for Rausch Coleman Homes! mRELEVANCE, LLC is excited to announce the recent launch of a new website for the largest builder in Oklahoma and Arkansas. With its modern look and user-friendly design, www.rauschcolemanhomes.com has already increased potential buyer engagement and lead conversion.
“Since launching, Rausch Coleman Homes’ new website has seen an increase in high quality traffic,” explained David Stiles, web developer at mRELEVANCE. “The site is generating 20 times as many leads, increasing the builder’s list of potential home buyers immensely.”
Highlights of the new website include gorgeous imagery, a quick links section and an approachable search box for looking for homes. mRELEVANCE also added clickable tabs on the bottom of the home page for visitors to learn more about the builder’s homes, company and news, as well as gain information about credit repair and homeownership. There is also a tab devoted to Realtors in order to make registering their buyers simple.
“Easy search functionality was crucial to taking the new site into 2015,” continued Stiles. “An innovative interactive map shows where each of the Rausch Coleman Homes’ communities is located along with a contact person to call for more information. Additionally, a chat feature allows visitors to have 24/7 access to help.”
The website is completely responsive, meaning home buyers can access it from their desktops, tablets and smartphones to enjoy the full experience. Now, access to information about Rausch Coleman Homes is just a click away.
In addition, to save the builder time and keep things running efficiently, mRELEVANCE integrated the website into Rausch Coleman Homes’ business process and their offline system. That way, the website always stays up-to-date without manual re-entry or chance of mistakes.
“The Rausch Coleman website combines the newest technology and trends while still effectively reaching the company’s consumers,” said Stiles. “More importantly, those consumers are coming back to the site, creating scalable measurements.”
For more information on website development, visit www.MarketingRELEVANCE.com.