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These businesses may be either put off replacing their existing website or might not consider it important, even though they may have outgrown the site they’d originally built. Often deemed a hassle, and especially in the current climate when money is tight, it is often costly to make even the simplest of changes or updates.

Yell, which has more than 40 years’ experience in understanding small business marketing, has introduced Yellsites to tackle these problems. 

When it comes to building websites, Yell takes care of everything, the technical build through to the copywriting and design, with business owners deciding on how involved they want to be in the process without affecting cost. Even unlimited* ongoing changes and maintenance, including performance monitoring, are all included in the price. 

Additional services include a listing in Google Places TM – making it even easier for customers to find your business online – and a matching Facebook page to make sure your digital presence really is top notch.

Paul Ellis, who owns Commercial Door-Tech in Bradford, won a previous competition run by Yell to win a makeover for his company’s website. As the owner of one of the 20,000 websites already delivered by Yell (as at June 2011), Paul explains how beneficial a Yellsite really is: “It was great to get the expertise from the Yell guys as they know what works well on the web. The whole process was really easy, and I’ve had nothing but positive comments from customers about my new site since it has gone live”.

To find out more about how a Yellsite can help drive more customers to your business, click here.

* Subject to Yell’s fair use policy.

Commercial Door-Tech's site before Yell's makeover

Commercial Door-Tech's site after Yell's makeover

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