Xtreme Pest Management, a Tulsa-based pest control company that specializes in commercial pest control for the restaurant industry, needed a new website to showcase all the services they offer highlight certain aspects of their business that weren’t previously highlighted on its website. They’re one of the most trusted names in Oklahoma pest control so naturally they turned to the most trusted name in Oklahoma website design and development—Skynet Solutions. Their old website was a little clunky and didn’t showcase everything that Xtreme Pest Management was capable of. We gave it a new and improve back-end to make it quicker and easier for customers and employees to use and freshened up the content and graphics to make it seem more modern. Each piece of a website says something about the company or organization it represents. From logo design, font choice and color scheme to content, graphics and load-time, each of these makes and impression on the people that visit your website and help tell the story of your company to everyone else. Having a well-designed and accessible website, with beautiful photos, detailed content and visually-impactful graphics show customers—and potential customers—that you take your business seriously and produce excellent work. A website that loads slowly, doesn’t have much information and doesn’t seem to have a coherent design scheme can sometimes send a message that you’re unorganized or don’t care about the image of your company. That’s definitely not what you want your customers to think about you and your business. We know how much work you put into running your business and keeping your customers happy. You don’t want one piece of your business—your website—to drag all the other pieces down. Skynet Solutions is here to help. We know how to take your website from good to great and make it stand out above your competition so that you can keep your mind focused on what really matters to you—running your business! Keeping your website up to date is extremely important for any business, no matter your industry or your size. Even the best websites need a little “TLC” from time to time. Did you know that the lifespan of a website is only about three years? That means if your website hasn’t been significantly updated or completely overhauled in the past three years, everything from the graphics to the backend are outdated and are probably less current that your competition. Your website also might not be mobile friendly anymore, which is a huge detriment to customer engagement and retention. And in today’s competitive marketplace, no small business can afford to lose out on customers that way. This is even more important for local businesses, like our friends at Xtreme Pest Management. According to Google, the majority of searches are now made from mobile devices, not desk tops. And if your website isn’t mobile friendly, your customers and potential customers will go to another site that is. Also, more than half of all mobile searches are made with the hope of finding local results such as an address or business hours; and two-thirds of those searches result in a purchase. The bottom line is, if your website isn’t up-to-date, mobile friendly and easily found in search results, then you’ll be missing out on tons of potential customers. Take some time today to look at your businesses website and see if it is up-to-date. Is it mobile friendly? Is it less than three years old? If the answer to both these questions isn’t yes, it might be time for you to overhaul your site. In the meantime, you can always get in touch with the experts at Skynet Solutions for help with any design, development or marketing needs, including your online business listing, website development, marketing or anything else you need to help make your business succeed. With our diverse range of skills and experience, we are sure to have the tools you need to make 2016 your business’s best year yet. You can fill out our online contact form on our website to get started today. You can also connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn!
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