As you can see here, it's possible to break up what's on your pages into a number of tabs. This is useful if you have a lot of related information that logically ought to be in one page, but that is best presented in smaller chunks. You can see a particularly good example of how it works at the Suffolk Real Ale Guide
. Another advantage of this approach is that it can be set up so each tab's content only gets loaded when your visitor clicks on it, so making your site quicker.
Unless you're running a purely online business, chances are your customers are going to need to be able to find you. So how about a map showing exactly where you are? I normally use Google Maps as these are the most flexible, but I can provide Ordnance Survey maps if you prefer.
I can also set up a handy gadget to generate directions to you from wherever your visitors are: give it a try below.