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Should you have PDF downloadables on your site?


When you are creating a site, or adding content to your current site, think about the user and the content you are offering. Would it be easier for the user to view if it was in a downloadable PDF format?

Here we look at some examples of why a downloadable PDF would be right to add to your site:

A hotel could have a downloadable PDF brochure that highlights all of the facilities available as well as high-resolution images of the grounds and building and also a separate price list.

People like to check out the restaurant before they head off, so by adding a downloadable pdf menu to the site, the menu can be shared and viewed as it would be in a paper format if they were already at the table.

Cookery Website
If someone has found a recipe, chances are high that they will want to give it a try! With a downloadable PDF recipe card including a shopping list of the items needed, this method will be saving viewers, and potential subscribers some precious time.

Educational Site
A downloadable PDF on an education site will prove to be very popular – it could be used so that users have to download the latest syllabus, lesson plans or even notes from previous lessons.

Downloadable PDF’s are a great way to ensure that your content is secure and that you and your business look as professional as possible.

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