Many businesses quickly learn to add their business to Google, Yellow Pages and other credible directories and include their social media links on their websites to build their website presence. The idea is to generate business leads from all the listings you create.
Using those methods are all valid ways to generate customer leads. After all, you want to have a presence and spread the word everywhere you can about your product or service. The only problem with listing your website in a directory no matter how major it is — is that your site gets buried amongst all the categories and other listings on those sites.
Popular websites like Superpages.com, YellowPages and others have been around for a long time which gives them the advantage of an already existing customer base and resources that enable them to rank high in search engines.
What if you could occupy a whole page or better yet, a whole section of the Yellow Pages? This would certainly get you more visibility. You can — if you pay a premium fee for a prominent listing on those sites. Typically only large companies and brand names can afford to pay these prices. How does the small business compete? This is the problem this website solves for small to medium businesses clients but for a lot less. We provide website owners with a premium listing designed to get them ranked highly in the search engines.
Once your product or service is found in the search engine, you want users to click on your ad or link to visit your website. You want them to contact you for business. The goal of every business owner on the web is to see the following 3 actions occurring regularly for them:
We realize that websites have to do more these days. Customers not only want to be found, they want to be contacted and they want a sale out of that contact. We believe websites should produce results. Business leads are the results you want.
Business leads provide you the opportunity to grow your business. They provide you the control you need for contacting clients to fulfill their needs and to facilitate building lasting customer relationships. The good news that the internet makes this a lot easier.
If used right and not abused, you can have customers for life by building good solid win, win relationships with clients by offering training, helpful tips and other information related to your product or service. Instead of charging the customer to learn how to use a product that you want them to “buy,” provide free training that shows them how to get the most out of your product when they purchase it. This will go a long way.