I'm designing a website for a Packers and Movers business. Can anyone share some good examples that I can refer to?
What are some of the most important things people look for before hiring movers? I want my website to be user-friendly. I want the content of my website to answer any questions customers might have before hiring movers.
Any examples or references would be of great help.
Thanks in advance.
You can refer a site like this https://glovve.com/ or you can even create an interface like http://airbnb.com/ and modify it for the movers booking function. This should be pretty user-friendly, we can be more innovative and build an AI chatbot where a chatbot asks booking questions to the visitor and instead of filling a form the user answers the chatbot and that ultimately makes a packer mover inquiry that goes into the system. Then, the user is handed over a quick quote range right away. :)
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NB: I also noticed a site that reviews Packers and Movers websites here: http://www.moversandpackersservices.in/.
Packers and Movers sites fall into 3 broad categories.
> Movers and packers who are in the business
> Aggregators who also move
> Aggregators who are just lead sellers
Good websites of movers and packers who move
1. FlatRate [https://www.flatrate.com]
2. Writer Relocations [https://www.writerrelocations.com]
Good websites of aggregators who also move
> Unpakt [https://www.unpakt.com]
> Glovve.com [https://glovve.com
Good websites of aggregators who sell leads
Trust that helps.
Try http://findmoversnow.com/. Make sure to address user intent. Such as 'How much it cost move'. Packing advice. What movers will and won't pack. But most importantly, what people really want is to hear what others are saying about your firm. I highly recommend putting at least 10 video testimonials on the website. Good luck!