If you type the phrase “cleaning tips” into the search engines, you can choose from 14,800,000 websites and many of those websites will redirect you to dozens of other websites. There are specific sites that are dedicated to giving hints, tips and advice on a variety of topics without seemingly any personal interest. Many of these tips are helpful.
However, many cleaning companies include a cleaning tips page on their websites. I would say that many of these are useless for both the visitor and the business.
Why do they do it? To attract more visitors to your site? To win more clients? The purpose of the website is to provide information to potential customers about the services and products offered by the company. Every visitor must be a potential customer. If a visitor leaves without asking, then you need to improve the website or the services it provides. Or you are not using the right keywords so you are attracting people by default. It is not really your type of services that the person really wants. No matter what you do, you will always attract a certain number of these. What you really need are a lot of high-quality visitors. The best way to do this is to provide the Internet user with as much high-quality content as possible, while still accurately describing your own company’s products and services. Good content will adapt well to search engines and increase your profile on them, which in turn should attract quality visitors to your site. Hence the improvement in sales.
This is the whole purpose of the website. For businesses, it is simply a marketing tool and another method of gaining customers. So how do cleaning companies produce a lot of high-quality content? Many opt for the “FAQ” which is a fairly legitimate way to produce content while also informing potential customers of things they are likely to want to know about you and your products and services. Then we come to the “cleaning tips”. A little research has shown me that more than half of cleaning companies with visible websites have at least one page on cleaning tips and some have multiple pages divided into different categories. Try reading these sometime. Carpet cleaning companies are the biggest users of these types of pages. How useful are they? Some of the advice these carpet firms provide is quite helpful, but cleaning companies generally leave a lot to be desired. Their cleaning tips are similar to what you might see on cleaning TV shows. For example, “Make a paste with baking soda and vinegar and smear your taps; Wrap with cling film and leave it overnight. Scrape in the morning. “It might work, but why would anyone want to do that when two minutes of using phosphoric acid with minimal effort would achieve much better results? Do cleaning companies themselves make use of any of these tips? life that very few do. The goal is to get the job done as quickly and efficiently as possible, so that for each job choose the most effective and efficient cleaning product available. So why do they have these pages? to people who probably won’t become customers because they are looking for ways to do it themselves. So it can only be for the purpose of attracting any type of visitor. It’s content and content about cleaning, but very few companies are going to disclose their methods Really doing something quickly and efficiently that would be beneficial to the visitor, instead perpetuating old-fashioned cleaning methods that don’t look like the modern world.