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SEO & Website Guide for Small Companies 2020
A website is important for any business in the modern day but building one is just the beginning, you’ll also need to get it in front of the right people. Make this the year th […]
5 Reasons to Support Your Local Independent Tool Supplier
When you need a new tool it’s easier than ever to order online right there and then, but have you thought about the benefits of paying a visit to your local independent tool su […]
Getting Your Business Started on Social Media
Building a following on social media isn’t something that can happen over night, unless you’re an international popstar or the proud owner of a cat who can sing. The best bit o […]
What is ErP and how does it affect boiler installers?
The ErP (Energy related Products) Directive came into effect on the 26th September 2015 as part of the EU’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions. The new labelling systems a […]
Should You Buy Boiler Sales Leads?
What does the term boiler sales lead mean to you? To us, a boiler sales lead is a person who has actively requested quotes for a new boiler installation, servicing or repair jo […]
Customer Acquisition Cost
How much does it cost you to find a customer? Aside from good old ‘word of mouth’, how else can a heating engineer find new customers? Paying to advertise via traditional marke […]
#NoVANber: Fighting Against Van Crime
Van tool theft is an ever growing concern for tradespeople up and down the UK and a new social media campaign has been launched to help fightback: #noVANber. The main aim of th […]
Helping Moorwarmth Grow – Installer Case Study
“If I could throw all my eggs into the Boiler Guide basket, I would.” Dennis, Gas Safe engineer, Moorwarmth Boiler Guide provide UK businesses with a simple, cost-effective and […]
What is lead generation?
Lead generation is a way of warming up potential customers to your business or service and getting them into the buying process. Lead generation has been around as long as ther […]
Spring Statement 2018 Targets Cash-in-hand Business
On 13th March the Chancellor of the Exchequer delivered his annual Spring Statement. The statement is essentially a progress report on the changes made in the previous Autumn w […]