"Even if you have no idea what the list below means, that doesn’t matter. After you receive a free inspection from us, we’ll explain what your options are, how each will protect you, and give you the information you need to make an informed decision."
The purpose of the site is to explain what you can do and why certain things are important. Do a good job there and the prospect is already sold. So you need better content. Otherwise the design does not have any obvious mistakes.
BTW Whenever anyone has posted their website here for review, HONEST reviews are what you are going to get.
I got about 50 reviews on my site a couple months ago and not all of them were good. Its best to keep an open mind and really review what the responses mean. (It doesn't always mean they are picking on you, they just noticed a problem) We can be brutal but it's best to have the potential bugs out of the way prior to you uploading the site.
This is just a follow up as to the keywords that I would add. I wrote the keywords based upon the copy that is currently on that specific page of the site.
I noticed that you don't have any keywords on the following pages of your website:
Free Estimate / Quote
Keep in mind, that keywords are not the end-all, be-all for your website to be placed high in the rankings of search engines, it just helps the search engines when they view your website to know what content that the specific page is about.
Another note: if you want your company to come up on Google for a specific keyword and it's not in the list that I've written down, then that means that you need to write some copy that includes that keyword.
Here is a list of keywords that you should add to each page respectively.
Home page keywords:
<meta name="keywords" content="flat roofs, flat roofing, flat roofing replaced, repaired, restored, maintained, leak free,
commercial, residential flat roof, roofing tar, roofing business, expert on flat roofs, flat roof, roof, commercial property,
residential flat roof, st. Louis, Missouri, the flat roof company, st Louis mo " />
First thing to keep in mind. People using the internet have VERY limited patience. When I look at your site, the first thing I think about is .. wow, lots of words. Try using more pictures and short blurbs. Let the person decide in 5 seconds or less if you look like a reputable company.
Move your phone number up to the top of the site. Don't make scroll down half a page to find it. And include an email and other ways to contact you or find out about your services.
Your header is busy. Why is that white box over the banner? Why is it spelled out "FLAT roof"? I don't want to have to think to find out the name of your company.
In your References section, show pictures to go with those jobs.
Overall, you should try to keep in mind that less is more, and pictures and video go a LONG way.
Hope you take my comments as honest feedback. Best of luck with your business!
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