This is the fourth post in a series on designing a purposeful user flow, which is an intentional, directed flow of information and choices, packaged into your website design. It consists of important positioning content that does not rely upon a visitor exploring and using a navigation menu.

Tell Your Audience How You Do It

company landing page exists to explain a company purpose in more detail than a short positioning statement and then to direct a slightly more-informed prospect to learn more about the ways a company fulfills that purpose.

Your services might be truly discrete, meaning I could hire you for one or more of them individually, but may not necessarily need what all have to offer. Or, your services might be discrete disciplines, but necessarily connected to one another, meaning that they require different processes and personnel, but when I hire you, I go through them all; I cannot buy them ad hoc.

Those goals are achieved by a service/product landing page that has the following four attributes:

1/ ~250-500 words of index-able content
2/ A client testimonial – social proof
3/ An easily scannable list of work results or product examples
4/ Buyer-friendly call to action

Most of these attributes are self-explanatory, but let me briefly elaborate on each one.

Be brief

This page needs to explain what makes an individual product or exact service unique, a little bit about how it works, and nudge the visitor toward envisioning some outcomes.

As for explaining what makes this product unique and how it works, make sure you tell a prospect everything they need to know in order to make a decision to either buy or learn more, but not everything they’d need to know in order to do it themselves.

Social proof

As I’ve said before, a happy client will always be a better salesperson than you. Try to feature a testimonial here that speaks to the full scope of what your firm offers and the transformation you’ve made possible for them.

Now give them your proof

The goal of this page is to direct an even more informed visitor toward the content that proves the value of your services. After your brief description of this service, list a few examples of your work result in a way that is easily scannable.

Stick to a title, a brief abstract, and a clear button that directs them to another page dedicated to exact experience. Navigating to a case study detail page is the most important choice you want a visitor to make on this page.


A buyer-friendly call-to-action is one that invites a prospect to get in touch with you directly to discuss working together.

Though the most important step you want to design in to this page is the one that takes a prospect even deeper into the site, to a page dedicated to telling the story of how you applied this service to a real-world problem, if a visitor is ready to go, don’t block their way. Make it clear that they can “get started” or “request a meeting” at any point along the way in your purposeful user flow.

That is the purpose of the service or product landing page — to best use the attention it receives by explaining how a service fulfills your firm’s mission and directing visitors to learn more about the application of that service in the form of a case study.