Does our website "convert"?

i hear people talking about a website that “converts” and i frankly i don’t quite understand what that means.

let me know what you think.

It converts “sky blue.”… thats for sure.

It looks ‘globby’ on phone, and gets cutoff on ipad

When you click to “Menu” on the phone version, the text is “centered” and gets cut off.

Long story, short… I don’t think it “converts” quite right.

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Meh. On my phone it said "t Your Window Clean"
For “Meet Your Window Cleaners.”

And the “Menu” looks like it’s an oops.
Like it shouldn’t be there.
Not an approachable, intentional, place to go.

Thats all I know…

Here is how it looks on my phone.

It took time for it to load. I wish i could help with the centering a loading issues but web work not my strong point.

Conversion Rates are the percentage of prospective customers who take a specific action you want. For example, the following are specific conversion rates that an organization may track: The percentage of website visitors who fill out a form, call your company, or purchase something from you online.

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If you would like a brutally honest review, I will give you one. ( let me know first, though ) I don’t want to piss you off.

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I like your honesty. Please don’t look at my website Chris! :smile:


I think I might have seen it Chad :wink:

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@leavingnc You can check out a great list of data driven suggestions about what converts and what doesn’t at

The only real way to find out if your website is converting visitors into potential customers is to track all the leads it creates (phone and web leads), and then like @Chris mentioned, divide that by how many visitors you have.

The next step from there is running experiments to keep improving your conversion rate. Doing this yourself can be a lot of work, but if you want your website to make you money, a high conversion rate is vital.


go ahead

I wouldn’t say it converts well, you do have a solid text to picture ratio though, and that’s something google likes so that’s good.

Throw some buttons in the middle and at the end of each of the service pages, all linked to the same web form. Use phrases like “Schedule a free estimate” or “Receive 10% off your next service”. Get them to give you some information so you can follow up. I could be wrong but I think that’s what converting is, turning traffic into a lead.

Whatever Chris says, listen to that lol.

lol… I would have to agree! :wink:

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