How to Increase contact through your website

How to increase contact through your website?

Add Click-to-Call or Request Call Back
& Get More Customers

Click-to-Call enables your customers to instantly and easily call you, when they view your site on a mobile device, with just the touch of a button. Be sure your phone number is in text and NOT an image for it to work. In fact, 1 in 5 people who visit a mobile site call the business using this feature. Don’t miss out on another call.

Request a call back form is a ten minute job to add. Give your site visitors the option to quickly fill in the form; Name, number and best time to call. Make sure you do call at the correct time! You’ll get a great response.

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The Next Digital Revolution

‘Digital Revolution’ and all that.? Well its part of our lives now – maybe too much part of our lives? Your business should be part of it. Digital online is growing faster now with apps, Google local and mobile sites.  The demand is powered by tablets and smartphones.

Every client I work with now; I always set up and optimise Google Places. Its the smartest no brainer free marketing tool ever. More and more people are now searching for services that you offer locally using Google and/or their Smartphones?

You yourself might have noticed while searching on Google for a keyword with a specific location. The maps on the right hand side with red balloons like icons or in the organic search results with the Business name, location and Phone number.

Google Maps and Places is becoming popular day by day because your customers will see your number on Google Listings page itself, they do not need to go to your website and then contact us page and then call you. They can call you straight from their mobile by tapping on the phone number. You don’t need a website to rank on Google places and maps.

This service does not cost much if anything but gives you better and quicker results than any other online marketing technique.

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Should my company consider developing a mobile app?

Im working with an app developer currently and its opened my eyes as to what apps actually do. Your thinking Angry Birds aren’t you, me too at first.

Going for a tailor-made app is a choice more entrepreneurs and small businesses are making as a way to raise their profile, boost sales and get their services in the hands of more users.

But there are also several good reasons for a business not to consider a mobile app, most importantly if the only impetus is the CEO received an iPad for Christmas.

While mobile apps can greatly increase a business’s efficiency or generate more profits, business leaders need to first think about how a mobile app would integrate with their work.

“There’s no sense in writing a mobile app until you understand what the business’s needs are,” said Josh Oakhurst, creative director for Skookum Digital Works, a custom software business in Charlotte.

“Any business considering a mobile app needs to really have a good reason for wanting one.”

Mobile apps are not just for customers. An increasing number of businesses are employing mobile technology for in-house applications such making information and communication more accessible for employees in the field. This helped me get it: Apps can pull information from all the smartphone features like satellite location information, camera and contacts etc. They can also pull in information from websites – now you should be thinking – Mmmmm.

A new mobile app contains a condensed, user-friendly version of the reports that allows welders to quickly look up answers to questions they have as they are welding.“We have a lot of technical knowledge and data, and we are looking at how we can use technology to push (it) into the field,” said John Shingledecker, EPRI senior project manager.

“The welding app is one way we can work with members to get them the critical information they need.”

When properly integrated with a business, mobile apps can significantly improve employees’ jobs. Mobile apps, which can be customized, can help employees do everything from approve invoices to track mileage.

SDW has built mobile apps that have digitized 25 years of research, and it has put software on a iPad so employees could access it in the field rather than returning to an office to work on a computer.

“We have given employees two or three hours of their day back,” Oakhurst said.

John Shingledecker, EPRI senior project manager, said that in the past few years, people have becoming increasingly accustomed to using devices such as smartphones and iPads.

“Now there are just so many people who have (mobile devices), and they are used to using apps,” Shingledecker said. “I think that’s why now is the time for (mobile apps).”

If you have any questions about apps feel free to contact me.