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06/09/2016: gain up to 40 times as many enquiries with regular, professional content updates

Enquiry & Traffic analysis for businesses with high, med and low average order value.

Traffic & enquiries with weekly updates
Business groupHigh £Med £Low £
Visitors6886618613088
Enquiries123123196
Traffic & enquiries with monthly updates
Business groupHigh £Med £Low £
Visitors327435966214
Enquiries92274
Traffic & enquiries with no updates
Business groupHigh £Med £Low £
Visitors64033072923
Enquiries32012

Regular updates to your website content can really pay dividends in your business. To illustrate just how big a difference this service can make, we analysed the last six months' results for businesses representing three categories; large, with order values in the tens of thousands, medium, with average order values of hundreds to thousands and small with order values in tens to hundreds of pounds. The results speak for themselves in the tables above.

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