The logistics industry is booming, and it continues to flourish during the pandemic. In logistics, the website is often the first (and only) change that you need to engage with a potential customer.
Although you don't need to spend a fortune on design, you should still invest in a good website. A well-designed, well-structured website can help your business collect more leads and win more deals.
You have less than 5 seconds to make an impression. Describe what you do in plain English. Inspire them to spend time exploring your website for more information.
You may have a lot of services to offer, and it can be tempting to list them all. You shouldn't. Design an easy navigation flow by learning your customers' needs. Create different userflows for each target audience.
Most people don’t understand the industry jargon, plus it is pretty boring. Providing simple and clear communication on your website will give your visitors more faith that they'll enjoy their experience as a client.
Videos, Online Price Checking, and Realtime Tracking are just some of the new technologies that greatly enhance the online experience. Utilize new technologies to assist your visitors in exploring your services and making informed decisions.
While not extremely important in this line of work, showing good pictures of your fleet and your team will do only good. You will gain the customer's confidence when they know you take pride in your work and invest in it.
More than 60% of searches are now conducted on mobile devices. A business cannot afford to miss out on half of the potential clients looking for them.
Give your visitors various options to contact you. Some people may prefer a quick phone call while others may opt for the good old form.
Google Business, Bing Places, Facebook business are free. Are there any other (possibly free) listing directories where you operate? Make sure you get listed.
Include your contact information, certificates, partners, and relevant technical information. By being legitimate and trustworthy, you show your prospects and clients that they can trust you.
Feature your best reviews and ratings on your website. You might consider asking clients for testimonials instead if you don't have a lot of reviews. Information should be displayed prominently and easily accessible.
Make bookings and tracking easily accessible and user-friendly on your website. Make sure it's fast and simple for your customers to get in touch and inquire about the status of a shipment when things go wrong.
Utilize e-commerce to offer fully customizable equipment, services, and payment options to your customers. If possible, offer a DIY solution with online support (video, chat) to assist your customers who may not want to deal with appointments or installers.
Our team has researched the best websites and prepared an optimized structure and flow for you.
Our experts with experience in the industry will discuss the project objectives with you. If we can work with you toward a solution fit for your specific needs, we will calculate the exact cost and time to see if we can reach an agreement.
We understand the home truck & trailer industry and have put the effort into perfecting the website design and features.
You can start with a single landing page or a simple website then improve it along the way. You can also go big and invest in a fully bespoke website package solution that will make you stand out from the rest.
If you need a single page to promote new collections, grand opening, events, start with this package and get the page up and running in a few days.
If you want a fully-featured, multiple pages website to show your company, products, and services, start with this package and get the site up and running in a few weeks.