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post #1 of 3 Old 11-14-2016, 02:30 AM Thread Starter
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Need advice on my snow removal website

Brand new to this forum, but very happy I found it and impressed with what i am seeing! Thought of asking for an advice right away from fellow business owners.

So, we got ourselves a website finally for my snow removal company. Even though it took some time, money and effort to get to it, after hearing about how having a website changes many businesses for the better, we decided to give it a chance.

Hired a guy and he pulled it off in a weak. it's just one page for now, but wanted to hear what you all think. He is trying to rank it, so he told me the first page must be long and big with nice pictures, so I gave him some info about our company and that's what he came up with:

http://www.snowremovalspokane.com/

Honest feedback is appreciated! Thanks
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post #2 of 3 Old 11-21-2016, 01:35 AM
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Hello!
Welcome to the community. You are on the right track. There is no alternative of SEO to reach potential clients or make website/ business visible to people. If you can rank on the top for some keywords with good content in your website, you can have a good amount of traffic that eventually will become your customers. Our company ranked for some keywords by doing SEO. For instance, you can have information about our sweeping solutions and citywide sweeping. we also ranked for airport sweeping and highway sweeping.
So, my suggestion is, you must continue SEO, and in the meantime also send newsletters to potential clients and offer them free service.
Thanks
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post #3 of 3 Old 11-24-2016, 02:10 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks. Yes, we are trying to rank for multiple keywords, but there is not that many anyway.. about 4-5... so that's why the home page is so long. trying to have them all.
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