How We at NPI Make Your Small Business Website Stand Out | NPI Fr


Is a career in home inspection right for you? Take our free quiz.

The Franchise Informant

A resource for National Property Inspections and Global Property Inspections franchisees, aspiring entrepreneurs and real estate professionals.

NPI Marketing Team
NPI Marketing Team


How We at NPI Make Your Small Business Website Stand Out

 April 19, 2019 |  Business Tips, Franchise, Marketing |  Tsmall business, digital marketing, business website, SEO/p>

By Stepha Vesper

Having a polished website is one of the most important aspects of running your small business. At NPI, we’ve done all the research for you. Our marketing team knows what goes into a great business website and we’ve made it our priority to ensure our inspectors’ sites are sharp, easy to navigate and effective. Here are the top elements we keep in mind as we work to make our websites better and better:

A Clear Call to Action
When a potential client lands on your website, what is it that you most want them to do? Whether it’s to call you to book an appointment, contact you for a quote or maybe a little bit of both, your website should make it crystal clear for visitors what steps they need to take next.

Multiple Contact Methods
Customers appreciate options when it comes to contacting you. Maybe email is most convenient for them or their turnaround time for purchasing a home is urgent, so clicking to call from their smartphone would be best. These contact methods are easy to locate on your homepage and designed to draw the eye—it ties right in with the clear call to action we were talking about above.

A Polished Look
Having a professional-looking website helps enhance your credibility among potential clients and real estate agents alike. But the overall key to a successful business website is giving visitors a pleasant user experience. We make sure your website is visually striking while also being easy and enjoyable to navigate, whether the visitor is a client, past client or real estate agent.

Having a website that’s well-optimized for search is crucial for helping you land on the first page—and in front of those Google users who matter most. Our marketing team researches your local market and makes sure your website is continually being optimized for maximum performance on popular search engines.

Customer Feedback
Customers and REALTORS want to hear from previous clients who have used and loved your inspection services. We dedicate an entire page of our sites to customer feedback by linking to various review platforms. That way anyone who comes across your page can get a feel for your expertise and excellent customer service.

A Regularly Updated Blog
We host a corporate-managed blog on your business website so there’s always fresh, relevant content for new and repeat visitors. The blog feature is also wonderful for furthering your reach in Google since it can be optimized for search results. With an up-to-date blog, the sky is limit.


About the Author
Stepha Vesper, Marketing Communications Specialist
Stepha has more than five years’ experience in marketing, content creation, SEO and copywriting. Her favorite part of her job is assisting franchisees with their digital marketing strategies so they reach their goals that much faster. When she isn’t at work, Stepha is going on adventures with her basset hound, Frank, and husband, Zach, perusing used bookstores, reading or writing.

Comments are closed.



Find an Inspector
Commercial Services

Find us on social media!



The Pros and Cons of Paid Search The Pros and Cons of Paid Search Read We’ll break down the pros and cons of starting a campaign with Google Ads and help you decide if paid search is right for you.
 Marketing, Social Media
How to Ethically Refer Repairs How to Ethically
Refer Repairs
In order to stay competitive, home inspectors have to look at new ways of referring repairs for their clients while avoiding potential ethical pitfalls.
 Inspection Tips
How to Make Time for Social Media How to Make Time for Social Media Read As a small business owner, it's hard to find the time to keep up with your digital presence. We'll tell you where to start.
 Marketing, Social Media