The top 4 mistakes contractors make when building a website

|  December 09, 2013 |

4 contractor website mistakes

When it comes to building, who better to seek advice from than a contractor?

That is, unless you’re talking about building a website. Then the answer gets a bit more complicated. We see a lot of contractor websites, and while there are some great ones out there, a number of them fall short on some basics.

Hopefully, your company already has a website (it’s a no-brainer when it comes to effective marketing), but if you don’t, you’ll want to avoid the following four things when getting up and running.

And for those contractors who do have a website, take a look at the following list and make the corrections suggested on your site. Your website is your “electronic brochure” to the world after all, and you want to make sure your services and capabilities are well represented.

Mistake 1 >>

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