Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions | BUILT

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you better understand why it is beneficial for your business to have a website, we have compiled some frequently asked questions. If you have any questions to which you cannot find the answer, please get in touch!

Who needs websites the most? 

Nowadays, every business needs a website. To those requesting their services, domestic service providers like plumbers, electricians, landscapers, or any other trade, however, should always transmit trust. As a result, having a platform that communicates your services, contacts, images, reviews, and other information becomes critical.

Why do tradesmen need a website?

A tradesman’s website is important because it allows customers to learn more about your services and easily contact you if they require assistance. Aside from that, displaying information about your company is a good way to increase your company’s credibility. No one invites a stranger into their home, so make yourself known.

If you already have a website and would like to get it professionally reviewed with our team, please click below. 

How to get more customers for a trades business?

The most efficient way to increase trades leads is by working on their online presence. From creating a website to working on your local SEO and even setting up a google my business account, many directories can help you win yourself more work.

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Is it important for a small business to have a website?

Yes. Most people in today’s digital world search for specific local services or products online. If you don’t have a website or any digital presence, it’s almost as if you don’t exist in the eyes of potential local customers.

What are the 3 purposes of a website?

  • Awareness – If you are launching a new product or service, you want to create Internet content that will raise public awareness.
  • Conversion and sales – One of the most common reasons for creating a website is to increase traffic and sales. This is typically appropriate for a business website that sells a product or service. ‍
  • ‍Information – A website can also be used to share information. This could be a blog that creates content within a genre to assist a specific audience. (e.g., A guide to Boiler replacements)

How to get more leads?

Begin by optimising your website’s content by including keywords that people type into search engines. After that, ensure that your website contains content your potential customers are interested in. Blogging is one of the simplest ways to increase site traffic. You can also use the help of social media to promote your website’s content, blog posts or service pages. Focus on one or two social networks that your target audience uses the most.

There are numerous traffic-generating strategies available, such as advertising, partnerships, and publicity. However, always remember to implement one new tactic at a time and monitor results.

How much does a website cost?

The cost of simply creating a website can range between £100 and £10,000. The average small business will be near the bottom of that range. At BUILT, you have the option of having your website created in a stress-free way, including annual maintenance and security, from only £192.50 + VAT.

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For over seven years, our team has been developing websites for tradespeople, making us experts in increasing their online visibility and profitability. We can design websites that will raise your visibility among potential customers and, as a result, generate leads.

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