Marketing is full of buzzwords that salesmen like to think are important, but they’re really just hot air. Your conversion rate is NOT one of those buzzwords.
You won’t turn every single website visitor into a lead, but the more people who contact you looking for quotes, the more customers you’ll end up with. Your success in turning those people from website visitors into leads is your conversion rate, and here’s how you improve it to get more work than ever.
You’re thinking about buying a new site but already you’re being hit with technical questions and getting emails from people asking for logins and access and God knows what. It’s enough to make you think you’d be better off sticking with your old site.
Luckily, most requirements of a new website sound a lot more technical than they are. Switching host providers can make your site faster and safer, and keep money in your pocket if you find a better deal. With Tradie Digital it’s easy to transfer hosting and here’s how we do it.
We get it. You’ve built a custom website (or you’re thinking about building a tradie website) and you’re worried about getting stitched up for minor changes. Maybe a website provider burned you in the past when you wanted to add an extra page or update your info and it ended up costing almost as much as the website itself.
We understand changes are needed from time to time as your trade business grows. For existing clients, minor changes are free. If you’re looking to make MAJOR changes to your site, get the dollar amount here.
You’re either using an SEO agency to help you with your campaign, or you’re thinking about hiring one. And right now you’re feeling a little uncertain because you know you need content to rank on Google and help bring in new customers – but how could an SEO agency be able to write about your specific business?
The secret is…we don’t know about your business, but we do know how your customers think and that’s what’s important. Learn how we can write like pros for over 200 trade industries (including yours).
If a marketing agency tells you your ‘architecture’ has problems it’s tough to know whether they’re telling you the truth. It almost feels like a dodgy salesman trying to sell you a left-handed screwdriver that won’t actually make a difference to your business. Is there actually anything wrong with your website? That’s the question you need answered.
Website architecture is a fancy term for how your site is organised. If it’s well organised and easy for people to find things and use, they’re more likely to become customers. If it’s poorly organised, you’ll lose leads. Here are 5 warning signs your site architecture is in trouble.