BizYellow and Yellow Pages United give you the power to customize your own web page and reach the right new customers for your business. In this feature, we focus on businesses that are making the most of everything BizYellow has to offer.
Today the spotlight is on Quiet Tiger Tai Chi of Lewiston, ID.
Right away, Quiet Tiger’s BizYellow page draws us in with its catchy tagline and Apocalypse Now-inspired logo. Martin Sheen would be proud.
Quiet Tiger provides classes in Tai Chi Chuan, which is, as Quiet Tiger’s About section says, “a centuries old Chinese system of movement originally taught as a martial art.” This ancient Chinese secret (couldn’t resist) consists largely of a series of 108 continuous movements that act as meditation.
As you might be able to tell, Quiet Tiger’s About section is good. Really good. It contains a thorough description of the history and benefits of Tai Chi Chuan without devolving into either a book report or an overeager sales pitch. We read the whole thing, and now we want to know more about Quiet Tiger and what they can do.
Now, we don’t want to interrupt the flow of anyone’s Chi, but this is the point where we see room for improvement.
After an incredible first impression with the logo and tagline, and an excellent follow-up with the detailed About section, the page just ends.
How to make it better? By continuing the flow of information!
We see that the Quiet Tiger has pictures of their facilities, instructors, and more. They also have a sample video of a practice called Shan Shou. Any of this information—or perhaps a coupon for a free trial class—would go a long way toward luring in new customers.
Quiet Tiger Tai Chi has shown that with the proper flow and balance of description and persuasion, BizYellow and Yellow Pages United can help your business find full relaxation in its success. We wish them a lifetime of finely cultivated Chi, and we look forward to seeing what other members of the BizYellow family can create.