Seaforth Windows came to us with a complaint. Not about us I hasten to add, but about their existing website. It just wasn’t doing anything for them, and didn’t come close to providing traffic from Google, owner Alan Duncan told us.
So we set to building him a new one. And when it launched this week, Alan phoned me up to tell me how he had already been getting emails and phone calls. The site had appeared on the front page of Google, sometimes even at the number one spot!
Alan works in a very competitive industry, so it was important to make sure his company’s principles were clear. He goes straight to the point on price and meets his clients’ needs efficiently and economically, and delivers high quality products and workmanship. He doesn’t have a sales team. He’s a tradesman and he knows his stuff.
“Excellent in a word. Page 1 on Google in areas I aimed for from the day site went live and phone and enquires flowing.”
– Alan Duncan, Seaforth Windows
We highlighted this throughout his website. On the front, a satisfied customer sums it up nicely: ‘First class service, first class windows’ and a link to some very positive feedback provides more glowing reports. We built the site with search engine friendly code which has meant Alan has instantly benefited with new leads.
When the website launched, Alan left his own feedback for us on the business review site Free Index.
Alan was straight to the point: “Excellent in a word. Page 1 on Google in areas I aimed for from the day site went live and phone and enquires flowing,”
Free Index also gives reviewers the chance to rate companies out of five, and Alan gave us five out of five each for Customer Service, Quality, and Value for Money.
Link: Seaforth Windows – uPVC windows, doors, facias, soffits and guttering, from Inverness to Aberdeen.