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Nothing gets your heart pumping anti spatter more than a perfectly welded bead.

And that’s what your welding shop offers: perfect welding, every time.

Because welding is your life. It puts bread on your table and petrol in your bakkie.

If it were up to you, you’d be welding on Christmas. (But the wife won’t allow it so you maar rather spend the day with the family.)

The one thing your welding shop could use is more clients.

Wouldn’t you love to get more welding jobs through your door?

But what are you doing about it? Are you actively promoting your business online? In every possible way?

Are you missing out on clients?

Perhaps you have a Facebook account and you lurk on their quite a bit.

Perhaps you even take some pics of your welding and post it to Facebook every now and then.

Perhaps you have a Facebook page for your business and you post on it as often as you can.

But have you ever wondered if those likes and shares you’re getting are worth anything at all?

What if you’re missing out on welding clients from marketing channels other than social media?

What can you do with your welding website?

With a Bay Marketing Co website your welding shop shines like an ultraviolet arc.

That’s because you’re able to post articles highlighting your welding jobs whenever you wish.

And you can also categorise your information in a way that makes sense to humans and search engines.

Say you offer the following types of welding:

  • MIG
  • TIG
  • Stick
  • Flux-Cored Arc Welding

Whenever you do a welding job, take a picture or two of it, add some words and post it to the correct category.

Now you’re building solid welding information categories that makes you look like the welding pro you are.

You can also further categorise into something like the following:

  • Residential welding projects
  • Industrial welding projects

This powerful way of structuring your welding projects ensures that people and search engines pay closer attention. More on search engines a bit later.

Automatic posting

This is a phenomenal way to reach two channels automatically from your website, should you choose the automatic options.

There are three main channels in the digital sphere: email, search engines and social media.

But to create email newsletters and to post to social media is tedious work. And sometimes you forget to do it.

But when you get a Bay Marketing Co web design package and choose automatic posting you don’t have to worry about managing any of these channels.

All you do is keep posting your great welding work to your website. This is then shared to all channels without you having to even flip a switch.

Email marketing

Because so many business owners are like a bitch on heat and focus only on likes and shares on social media, they don’t even know there’s a trusty old marketing channel that’s proven itself time and time again.

It’s email.

It’s hated by many people, yet no one has come up with a better marketing channel yet.

That’s because a person who gives you their email address is showing you far more commitment than someone who likes your post on Facebook.

With our web design package we set up an email newsletter system for you to which you can add up to 500 subscribers for free.

We also add a page with a signup form to which website visitors can add their name and email address. This is automatically added to the newsletter system.

Search engine marketing

I know people love to ask their family and friends for recommendations on Facebook, but they invariably end up on Google too, to google the name of a company that’s been suggested on Facebook.

Do you think it looks good if someone google’s your name and it doesn’t show up?

Another thing…

Your competition who does have a website is featuring for search phrases like, “welding shop near me”, “welding services”, “aluminium welding services”, “cast iron welding services” and similar.

If you don’t have a website you’re missing out on plenty of website traffic.

Social media marketing

We’re not fans of free social media marketing.

Facebook, as an example, is a business. Businesses don’t do well if they don’t make money.

Facebook sells advertising space. If you’re not paying for your ad, you won’t get the best placement.

The welding company that does pay for an ad gets good placement and will outperform you on Facebook even if you’re a better welder.

If you can’t afford Facebook advertising, the next best thing is to use a set-and-forget system.

That’s where we come in.

If you choose the automatic social media posting option you don’t have to worry about posting to Facebook. We give you a legal automated Facebook marketing system.

Whenever you add a new welding project to your website it’s shared to your Facebook page.

It shares your project’s main image as well as the text you added. So it creates a link to the project on your website.

This forces people to visit your website, which is great, because now you have their undivided attention.

Emails

Few things look as unprofessional as a welding shop with a Gmail or Yahoo account.

Make your welding shop stand out by setting up professional email addresses based on your domain name.

Set up as many as you like, your hosting space being the only limit.

Analytics

Your welding website comes with Google Analytics.

But if you’re savvy you’ll opt for the weekly analytics report which shows you which keywords brought people to your website, which pages they visited and where they’re from.

You also get a search function on your website that records what people search for.

This is great for helping to figure out who else you can target with your welding services.

Mobile friendly

Your welding site will look great on any size screen, tablet, desktop or mobile.

You don’t want website visitors landing on your website on their mobile devices and they have to pinch and zoom to see your projects.

Cost

Perhaps, after reading all of that, you’re wondering what the catch is.

A welding shop website with this much functionality must cost the price of a CNC welding robot.

But that’s not the case.

We’re on your side.

We’d like to see your welding business grow so we can grow with you.

Conclusion

If you don’t have a website for your welding shop yet, now is the time to get one.

It’s a great way for you to share welding projects with prospects and clients.

Because it’s mobile-friendly it works on all screen sizes.

And because you can target three channels from a single place, you’ll get more leads. And the more leads you get, the more customers you can expect.

Get a Bay Marketing Co web design package today and put your welding shop on the map!

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