What Stackable Blocks to Use for Your Corporate Website

What Stackable Blocks to Use for Your Corporate Website

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Last Updated on May 18, 2021

With the growing competition, one way that your company can stand out is by having a great website. Your site should show that your company is one to watch out for.


Corporate websites are becoming more and more important. Your company site lends credibility to your organization and allows people to easily learn about the company, your offers, products, services and other details. Stackable provides an easy way to build a crisp corporate site in just a few easy steps.

Your corporate site will not only embody your company’s online persona to bolster your credibility, it can also stand as an essential company resource to provide –

  • 24/7 information on your company, and your company’s products and/or services
  • a place to establish brand equity and spur recall
  • a place for extensive marketing campaigns
  • a means for visitors to contact your company
  • a means for potential partners to learn more about your company

Blocks to Showcase Basic Company Info and Offerings

The following blocks will help your readers to learn more about your company and its offerings:

1. Header Block

Your corporate site should start with a striking header. In one eye-catching section, you should be able to convey that your company is an expert in your industry and is ready to offer great products and services.

Frost & Partners

The No. 1 Firm for Corporate Law

2. Feature and Feature Grid

The Feature and feature grid blocks work well in highlighting your core competencies, competitive advantage, advocacies, client lists, or even your company’s offerings!

Our Expertise

We are the leading firm for Corporate Law with specific expertise in mergers and acquisitions. Bringing companies together for more fruitful endeavours is our forte.

Our Clients

ABC Co.
ABC Co.
Enterprise Inc.
Enterprise Inc.
Lift Off Tech
Lift Off Tech

3. Card block

The versatility of the Card block allows you to display a brief overview of important information about your company. You can use it for your CEO’s profile, to share your company mission-vision, etc.

Mr. Guy Frost, Esq.

FOUNDING PARTNER

Mr. Frost founded Frost & Partners in 2000 to spearhead the switch to combining traditional approaches with innovative strategies to address the changing landscape.

4. Number Box block

The Number Box block can be used to itemize details about your corporation. You can use the number box block to convey the process on how to avail of your services, or numeric details about your offerings.

50

Partners

100

Associates

5. Count Up block

The Count Up block allows you to showcase notable achievements about your company.

Major Deals
Structured

100+

WORLDWIDE

Local Partner
Firms

25

WORLDWIDE

6. Post Block

You can use the Posts block to display the latest news and relevant events. Periodically publishing posts would not only make your site updated, but can also serve as your company’s marketing effort.

7. Accordion block

The Accordion block is a great block to manage content-heavy sections. You can use this block to display your FAQs and other company details.

Ask Your Lawyer

What is your specialty?

We specialize mainly on mergers and acquisitions. We also handle other corporate law matter like corporate compliance.

8. Icon List block

Another alternative to organizing content-heavy sections is by using the Icon List block. This block allows you to list details about your products and/or services using different styles.

We are in these Cities

  • New York, USA
  • Chicago, USA
  • London, UK
  • Paris, France
  • Dubai, UAE
  • Singapore, Singapore
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Seoul, South Korea
  • Bali, Indonesia
  • Milan, Italy
  • Manila, Philippines
  • Barcelona, Spain

9. Team Member block

Show your roster of experts with the team member block. This will bolster your credibility further.

Guy Frost

Founding Partner

Nancy Grace

Partner

Brody Ramon

Partner

Gio Linta

Associate

Blocks for Prompting Action and Showing Social Proof

To show your visitors that your company is the right choice, utilize great blocks to prompt action or to display positive feedback from clients and industry players.

1. Call to Action block

The Call to Action block is one of the best blocks to prompt your audience to perform an action. Additionally, this helps you funnel your website visitors to complete their user journey.

Get the Best Defense

2. Button block as Social Links

Stackable Button block can be transformed as buttons for your social media accounts. You can mix it with other blocks and attract your readers to visit your Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Subscribe for legal updates

3. Testimonial block

Aside from showcasing the logos of your clients, you can quote and display positive feedback from your clients and boost your credibility.

Frost & Partners handled our incorporation. Without them, we wouldn’t be where we are right now.

The Start-up Guys

The Start-up Guys

The firm helped us run a smooth . They stepped up and went beyond just giving legal advice. They are truly great partners.

St. Mary's Hospital

St. Mary’s Hospital

4. Icon block

Use the icon block to your advantage for information that you want to convey visually. You can also use this block to display your roster of clientele or press releases that your businesses has been featured in.

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Not yet convinced?

In addition to these useful blocks, Stackable has some great features that will give your website an edge. Stackable has easy to use responsiveness settings that won’t give you a hard time making sure your website is optimized for all devices. What’s more is you can turn your static websites dynamic without having to learn a line of code with Stackable’s dynamic functionality.

Check out our blog or documentation to learn more about how you can make the most out of Stackable.

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