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Old 04-13-2017, 03:18 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever tried goodzer for leads? I'm a custom builder and have been slow. Phone isn't ringing and not landing any jobs.
In a little slump.

Also has anyone tried wix or weebly to build your own website mine is outdated.
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Old 04-13-2017, 10:34 PM   #2
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Pretty sure goodzer is better than badzer but bestzer is sort of the goodest.

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Has anyone ever tried goodzer for leads? I'm a custom builder and have been slow. Phone isn't ringing and not landing any jobs.
In a little slump.

Also has anyone tried wix or weebly to build your own website mine is outdated.
Wix is not that bad, but I would never have my website built on it. Wix is a platform on which your website is built. That means you don't have full control of it. Get someone to build a website for you (could be a wordpress one), get the hosting (or use current one) and you are set to go. It's important that the person building the website for you, knows how to build an optimized website for search engines and conversion rate, else, you wouldn't change much, even if you had much fancier website than you do now.
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