This stunning template is based on the popular Thrive Architect plugin and has been designed for a particular type of business, namely a barber shop or a hair styling salon.
The header is reserved for your shop’s contact information. This location has been proven as the best place to put your contact info and a couple of social media buttons. The navigation buttons have been cleverly placed at the both sides of a stylish logo so that they are easily noticeable as well as easily accessible.
The about us block is a space reserved for your typical short summary of your business and information about your services, your vision, beliefs and goals. This copy is generally straightforward and to the point.
The following block however, history of our barber shop, is an amazing opportunity to create a genuinely heartwarming story of how your business came to be or what are your plans for the future. This is the copy that sells and should be written as such. This is your opportunity to pour your heart out and passionately seduce your visitors into becoming your most vocal brand ambassadors.
The what do we do section concisely displays a summary of your services. Of course, you may add other services, but this is just a way to highlight those your customers use most often. Again, here you have an opportunity to write a bit about each of your services going into as much detail as you think it is needed.
The one man, one razor block gives visitors a glance into what tools and products you have on offer. Use this section to showcase your skills, methods and various approaches to trimming beards or styling hair.
In the who started all this? block, you can introduce the founder or proprietor of the shop. Here you can write a short biography of the person responsible for these services and the man or women a behind the shop. This is another opportunity to write a copy that will build trust with your customers.
The next section is reserved for introducing your employees and thus building a rapport between your shop and your visitors. This is a great tool to build your brand. Don’t forget to include your employee’s social media accounts as well.
The work gallery is an opportunity to showcase your best work and will most probably be the selling point for your business. This is why you should probably hire the service of a professional photographer that will capture the essence of your work.
The last section in combination with the footer is dedicated to staying in touch with your customers. It includes everything from the usual contact information to your social media channels.