Getting Quality Leads from Your Website

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Getting Quality Leads from Your Website

Time: December 2, 2010 from 11am to 1:30pm
Location: Web Based Event
Street: 3800 Watt Ave
City/Town: Sacramento
Website or Map:…
Phone: (866) 367-3442 Ext. 384
Event Type: egia, leadership, academy, -, web, exchange
Organized By: Stephen Michael Self
Latest Activity: Dec 1, 2010

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Event Description

Home Performance can be complicated to explain, but an effective website CAN produce the leads you are looking for. Discover ways to improve your website by presenting key ideas, convincing the customer to take action now and simplifying the technical details of the Home Performance process. You will learn what to say on your website and how to say it. We'll share tips and samples that you can use, and have discussions with contractors who have experience going through the website design process. As follow up you will receive, handout materials to get you started improving your website.

By the end of the Web Exchange attendees will:

• Be able to explain technical details in a concise and direct way so customers can understand
• Discover website design tips from successful home performance contractors
• Know how to get customers to reach out to your company

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