Common Web Design Mistakes That Hurt Your Construction Business

JEREMY KNAUFF | December 7, 2018

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Unfortunately, I see it more often in the construction industry because many still mistakenly believe that it doesn’t matter. Sure, you can get by with an ineffective website, but the fact is that an effective one gives you a powerful advantage over competitors. It puts you in front of a larger audience of potential customers and helps you to convince them that you’re the only logical choice for them to work with.

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