After numerous comments under one of the previous articles - Fielders have their own new BLOGSPOT called Fielders Steel and this is new for a rollformer - but it will take time to overtake The Rollformer Blogspot (ME)! What I want is for all the major and minor rollformers to be number 1 all the way to 100 - currently a search in Google yeilds 3.07 million results and this site is 1 through to 4 if you enter " rollforming blog australia" in the search field! Plus Fielders have published 2 articles in 4 days and if they continue will pick up a substantial market of HITS when people browse for roofing.
So here's a peak at Fielders Steell Blog Site:
|Fielders New Blog Site - Click Here!|
Roofing Contractors have BLOGS on their own websites - but you're better off putting up a separate Blog Site to link back to your website.
Roofing Hints for Blogs:
- Keep it simple and always use links back to your site.
- Don't allow Adsense Ads if you are promoting your own business -fairly obvious why!
- Make frequent posts or articles at the minimum weekly.
- Make sure your headings are generic! (Don't use We have a new product!) Use "Roofing Product Released - NEW"
- Promote your company and all products as much as you can with honesty!
- Don't have RUMOURS in your title like mine!
- Add humour - keep customers interested! (See example of change in the Fielders Blog below this!)
- Cross reference competitors -why? Yellowpages do it, Websites do it, Newspapers do it, TV does it also! The more people choose one site to click on - you give them a choice of manufacturers and then it's up to them - just like Yellow pages - the more you cross reference (or add links to your page) the more hits you get! Be very independent - then you're on your lonesome! In effect you will create your own Web Based Yellow Pages for Rollforming and Roofing! FOR FREE!
- Subscribe all your customers to your BLOG! (Obvious!)
- Always use KEY words in titles and headings - see above (Roofing Hints for Blogs)!
- And use links to your own site - eg ROOFING in item 10 above!
Here's a humour adjustment on the Fielders Steel Blogspot photo:-
|The date stamp is wrong - it's actually the 24th May 2012 - and that's a lifting platform on the right, and Keith is in the middle - ton of steel being lifted there! Have you got gloves on Keith?|