Nashville Homecare (http://nashville-homecare.com/), a franchise of Homewatch Caregivers, recently announced the unveiling of a new website designed to represent the NH brand and help consumers make better decisions when it comes to selecting an elder care provider in the Nashville, Tennessee area.
Prior to launching this new website, Nashville Homecare used a page on the Homewatch Caregivers website to promote its eldercare services to potential customers. While this page was a great way to introduce the brand to potential customers, Nashville Homecare’s new custom website will ultimately allow for a more flexible and enjoyable customer experience. The original website can be viewed here: www.homewatchcaregivers.com/metro-nashville/nashville
The newly revamped website will give visitors the ability to learn more about the types of homecare and how to find the right fit for oneself, a friend, or a loved one through resources through its Types of Homecare page. Visitors to the website can also view testimonials from satisfied customers.
Nashville Homecare’s management believes that a newly designed website will help Baby Boomers to better navigate their services that they offer. While many Boomers are highly engaged in the digital world of the internet, they have distinct preferences from their Generation X and Millennial children when it comes to consuming content on the internet. For instance, they prefer more traditional fonts, larger buttons, and more subdued color schemes. Nashville Homecare’s new website aims to satisfy this desire for simplicity while at the same time appeal to the children of aging Boomers, who often make decisions regarding elder care in conjunction with their parents.
The website is designed to represent a refresh of the Nashville Homecare brand while at the same time maintaining the stringent quality standards that makes the Homewatch Caregivers brand one of the most reputable elder care franchises in the nation.
Nashville Homecare helps clients throughout the greater Tennessee region, including the Brentwood, Franklin, and Green Hills areas.
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