Facebook for Business – 3 Ways to Generate Leads

How to use Facebook for business and generate leads

Whatever your take on Facebook, there’s no denying the power it can wield for attracting leads to a business. With so much marketing potential for so little outlay, it’s hard to understand why every business isn’t yet on Facebook. If you’re thinking about finally taking the plunge, here’s a little about Facebook can work to bring in more leads to your organisation.

Create a business page

To start attracting traffic to your business you will need what is called a business page. Basically, it’s the equivalent of a profile for an individual, but for your business. On the page you can create posts just like you would on a normal Facebook profile, as well provide more information about your company, promote special offers, and list contact details and opening times. Your followers will also be able to post reviews about your business if you so choose to enable that feature.

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Painter’s Leads: 3 Ways to Get More Business

Are you a painter looking for more clients?

All businesses need a strategy to get leads, which also includes a Sydney painting businesses. Without fresh leads coming in every day, a steady stream of paying customers to a painting business can dry up fast.

While the rise of the Internet has, in some ways, made it easier to market a business, it can pose fresh challenges to business owners who are used to the more traditional forms of advertising. To help these organisations out, we have compiled this list of quick tips painters can use to keep their phones ringing hot. Read more

Plumber Leads: 3 Ways to Get More Business

Got a plumbing business?

A plumbing business without leads isn’t a business at all, but it can be tough to attract genuine enquiries while warding off the price shoppers. If you operate a plumbing business and you’re struggling to win jobs, you need workable strategies that will get the phone ringing and a decent wage coming in.

All tradies operating in a digital world need to get their business presence online to remain competitive – which means a website, good SEO practices, and trade directories should be as much a part of the toolset as plungers and pipe wrenches. Read more

SEO for Tradies – 4 Quick and Smart Strategies

SEO for growing trade businesses

With just about everybody using their smartphones to source new businesses these days, every tradie should have a website and good SEO for tradies practices to promote their business and services.

Having a website is one thing but getting it to show up in the search results is another thing entirely, and this is where good SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) practices come in handy.

SEO refers to the practice of optimising a website, so it has the best chance at being shown as the first result in the search results pages (SERPs). Given that 33% of all traffic goes to the top search result for any given query, it’s a result worth achieving.

Here are a few SEO tips you can use to help your site beat out the competition:
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3 Quick Lead Generation Ideas for Sydney Builders and Trades

Helpful lead generation ideas for Sydney builders and trades

A thriving trade business depends on good quality leads coming in day and day out. Without qualified leads, work can be hard to come by, but if you’re a builder or other type of tradie, what’s the best way to secure good leads, so you always have a new job every day of the week?

Here are a few ideas you can use to keep the phones ringing and keep the paycheques rolling in.
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Self Employed Tradies: How To Get a Home Loan

The banks are hard on tradies which is why….

Financial institutions seem to want more and more proof of income these days, which can make it tough on self-employed tradespeople who haven’t been in business by themselves for very long, or their financial records are a little out of date. Read more

Facebook for Tradies – 5 Smart Ways to Market Your Business Locally

Smart ways for tradies to market their business locally on Facebook

Facebook may be getting slammed in the press lately, but despite all the grumblings, Facebook is still powering along, and it still possesses one of the most efficient platforms for getting the word out about your company – especially if you are a local business. Read more

Does My Tradie Website Need a Privacy Statement?

The bottom line. You need to protect website visitors

In the wake of the European GDPR, the online world is becoming more concerned about protecting the privacy of visitors who browse a website.

The Australian Information Commissioner regularly reviews the rules on privacy and actively monitors Australian websites. For this reason, if your business operates with a website, you need to make sure you are aware of any issues regarding customer’s and website visitor’s personal information which may be collected.
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Three Clever Ways to Get Plumbing Leads Online

It’s True. Plumbers Need Online Marketing To Reach Customers

Telephone books and the Yellow Pages are fast becoming a forgotten relic in a digital age where online connectivity rules.

What does this mean for the tradie or plumber who is still trying to drum up business through traditional print media and has noticed the phone isn’t ringing as much as it used to?

It means they need to find ways to reach their leads online.

Fortunately, learning the ways of digital advertising isn’t that difficult, and in many cases, it can work out to be quite a bit cheaper than an advertisement in the local paper.

Here are three of the best ways to get started.
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Tradie Website and Google SSL

The latest Google changes will impact your website

If you’re a tradesperson and you don’t have a website, then you should get on that now because you are missing out on a lot of new clients – 85% of consumers use the internet to find new business.

However, if you do have a website and rely on traffic from the search engines or paid advertising, then you need to be aware of the latest Google changes which have the potential to bring your online efforts crashing down.

It’s a safe bet to say that most tradesmen have reasonably uncomplicated websites. There’s a homepage, an about us and contact page, and maybe a couple of pages which showcase previous work. In some cases, there may be a blog attached to help with SEO efforts.
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