As a Stucco contractor, you love to get referrals from previous clients that liked your work and would love to help promote you. They are your own personal little sales force that can send you great leads. In fact, these people that are referred to you are the very best type of lead you can get because they already trust you even before you meet them. This could be because they saw the great work you did on their friend’s house, or their neighbour might have mentioned your company’s name.
However, if you can’t get enough jobs from referrals alone, online marketing is the next best thing. If you think about it, the people that are going to
Paradise Online Marketing works with other stucco companies, so we know how to promote your business on the internet. Our extensive testing and experience have resulted in a documented process that works to get your website on the first page of Google, every time. However, you need to be found for the right keywords or you won’t get very many phone calls. What are keywords? These are the words or phrases a person types into Google when they are searching for something. For example, someone looking for a stucco company would probably type in ” Stucco Edmonton” or “Winnipeg Stucco” depending on which city they are in. We do the research and make sure you are found for your very best keywords.
So how do we do it? Well, it is a combination of tweaking your existing website, getting your website mentioned and shared on social media,and getting other websites to link to your website (Google sees this as a vote of confidence that your website is good). We also need to make sure your website is mobile friendly so that it is usable and looks good on an Iphone, Android, or any other mobile device. This is actually a Google requirement, and it is very hard to rank on the first page of Google when someone is searching on a mobile device, if your website is not mobile friendly.
To be fair to our clients, we only work with one Stucco contractor in each city in Canada. That way you don’t have to worry about us giving more attention to your competitor than you.