Your Fire & Security website isn’t working effectively as a lead generation tool if your staff have to trawl through loads of spammy, scammy messages from the contact form. Stop it now. Continue reading “Stop Spam On Your Fire and Security Website Contact Form”
A very unhappy homeowner called a Fire and Security company to complain:
“I took a half day off work to be at home for the site survey this afternoon but no one turned up.”
She was threatening to leave them a bad review!
When questioned, the surveyor told his boss:
“Well, I couldn’t get a confirmation by email or phone so I didn’t go.”
Wouldn’t it have been better if the company had received the following message? Continue reading “Use The Power of Texting To Improve Fire & Security System Sales: Show More Zeal In Your Follow Ups”
Are you a Fire and Security Director or Sales Professional who wants to use LinkedIn to increase sales?
Then you need to know how to create a LinkedIn profile that attracts your ideal customers. And helps them to want to connect with you. And view you as a trustworthy expert about security systems and fire safety.
So read on…
For the sales teams of most British Fire and Security companies, the lifecycle of a buyer is just two steps – Lead is generated and Lead is turned into a Customer.
And nothing else matters.
A lead is someone who has the interest and authority to purchase your product/service and who has given you their contact details.
But there’s a lot more to it for the most successful Fire and Security sales teams.
And not understanding your MQL is one of the reasons you don’t close as many sales as you should.
Getting more customers is what makes your company successful. And, naturally, you pay close attention to the way you finalise a Fire and/or Security sale.
But what happens after the first sale has been closed is even more critical if you want to turn a customer into a raving fan.
Continue reading “An Easy Way to Get Your Fire and Security Customers to Like You”
As part of my daily routine, I look at a lot of Fire & Security websites.
Many of them look very similar – stock images, we pride ourselves on our customer service, yawn, blah blah blah
But what I also notice is that there are lots of stripes
Some stripes have big text.
And some stripes have small text.
Why is the big print important on a Fire and Security website?
Google Chrome is causing huge problems for some Fire and Security company directors. But most of you are completely unaware.
Here’s what you need to know. Picture the scene:
A home owner or the Responsible Person at a commercial company has gone onto Google to search out more information about CCTV cameras or fire alarms. This person who is making such a search is very close to being in the market to make a purchase.
Google shows your website at #3 on the first page of Google for their search. This potential buyer clicks on your link.
This new visitor lands on your site. They’re looking for a reason to work with you.
The first thing they see is a sign that says Not Secure
Here’s what this new visitor sees: Continue reading “How Your ‘Not Secure’ Website Is Destroying Your Security Company’s Chances on Google Search”
Will they know if I disconnect or remove a Fire & Security connection on LinkedIn? This is the #1 question that I get asked when I train Fire & Security professionals to use the LinkedIn platform.
I get it! You connected with that engineer from another company when you were just starting out on LinkedIn. There was some great banter and sharing of bad work by other installers. But, since then, you’ve got wiser!
The day it really sank in was after you posted an update about a new maintenance contract that you had won with a really good local commercial outlet. A year later, the contract was up for renewal. But you didn’t get the job.
Later, you found out that the company of your LinkedIn connection was the successful supplier. Continue reading “Will They Know If I Disconnect Or Remove A Fire & Security Connection On LinkedIn?”
A few years ago, Lollipop’s lead generation activities were pushing around 40 leads a month through a fire and security client’s website enquiry form.
But both Lollipop and the client wanted to know more about those leads.
The client wanted to learn how many of these leads his sales term were turning into sales – so they could:
- accurately measure their conversion rate;
- see if any changes need to be made to their sales process; and
- track the value of their monthly investment with Lollipop.
And Lollipop wanted to know which website pages were generating the best leads, which produced customers and which didn’t.
Continue reading “Our Spreadsheet Horror Story For Fire & Security Lead Management”
A lot of Fire & Security directors like the idea of using a CRM. You’re fed up with spreadsheets. And clunky job management tools that don’t show your sales pipeline. And you need MORE SALES!!
One of the best CRMs on the market is HubSpot. And, best of all, it’s free to get started.