Here’s how 1 hour of your time could yield 100 hours in results.
(And a new website…)
By now, most every pool builder knows that a clean, modern, good-looking website is a crucial part of your marketing strategy.(I write about it every year.) But many builders put it off, because they don’t want to invest 10, 20, or 50 hours of their time when they have so many other things to do.
Well I have good news for you. It only takes an hour.
Having built literally hundreds of websites for hundreds of pool builders, I can tell you it works like this:
- We spend about an hour with you up front, asking questions, and quickly figuring out exactly what needs to be on your new website.
- Then we spend about 100 hours (or more) putting your brand new website together.
When it’s finished, we’ll review it with you, and make any changes you like. Then it’s “go live” and you’re off to the races.
It may seem hard to believe…
…but I’m telling you we’ve done this so many times, we don’t need to hold your hand, and you don’t need to hold ours. We know what we’re doing.
We crank out beautiful, high-performing websites all the time.
And each one is specifically designed to:
- Instantly grab the attention of your visitors.
- Quickly condition them to the type of builder you are.
- Show them why you are the superior choice.
- And then make it super-easy for them to contact you.
And lately, for our higher end builders, we’ve been going out of our way to try to filter out the “tire-kickers” and “clearly-can’t-afford-you” prospects that you really don’t have time for.
We also set up a brain-dead simple drag-and-drop Sales CRM system with texting, appointment setting and multiple “nurturing” campaigns (to answer as many of their questions as possible IN ADVANCE, so you and your salespeople don’t have to.)
And it’s all very competitively priced.
Interested? Schedule a few minutes with me, and I’ll show you exactly how it works, and what your new website could look like.
And you’ll be well on your way to that new website you’ve been putting off for so long. (And some time-saving Automation too.)