10 Elements On Your Pet Sitting Website That Will Bring In More Clients

How exciting would it be for you to have more email submissions from your pet sitting website and to have your phone ringing more often?

Some weeks back, I made available a document (link to the file is below) that highlighted the 10 elements from my own pet sitting website that have been responsible for bringing in more leads every day.

And, as you know, converting more of your website visitors into leads is the quickest way to grow your pet sitting business.

Surprisingly, the way to accomplish that is NOT to simply get more visitors to your site (because you could have a ton of visitors with no one choosing to get in touch with you!) but rather to understand exactly what inspires, encourages and entices your users to take action.

Learning what gets more of your current visitors to make contact with you is not done by accident.

Push Play on the Video

Here is how to get your own WordPress pet sitting website here » (Link opens in new window)

Inside this 34-minute, content-packed video, you will discover each of the 10 elements responsible for my business success and detail everything from:

  • What the website element is.
  • Why it’s important to use.
  • How it turns more of your visitors into potential clients.
  • The way to implement it on your own pet sitting website.

Download the MP3 ipod-compatible audio file to take on the go » (15.8mb)

Download the “10 Elements” PDF File

Follow along with your own copy of the original document I made available to PetSittingOlogy readers. Click Here to download the PDF document.

Would You Like A Pet Sitting Website That ‘Works’?

At the end of the video, I finally announce publicly the pet sitting website project that I’ve been working on with Laura Roeder for the better part of a year.

You can read all about the WordPress pet sitting websites here » (Link opens in new window)

Simply put, you’ll see how to get your hands on your own WordPress-powered pet sitting website designed to work well in the search engines and – you guessed it – convert more of your visitors into happy clients.

Have Your Say…

Now it’s your turn. Please leave your thoughts, questions and comments in the section below. What did you enjoy, what made sense, what have you found success with?

Josh Cary

Josh Cary is a respected and well sought-after speaker and business consultant within the professional pet care industry. Since 2009, having grown his own pet sitting business, Josh provides his industry with the tools, support, and resources to build and maintain a thriving and respected pet business.

With a strong focus on digital marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and website development, Josh’s one mission is to help you Get Found First through a professional and effective website.

This Post Has 6 Comments
  1. Great info as usual, but here’s a query:

    At the end of the video, there was only a like or share
    Didn’t see any link whatsoever to actually view the site/demo of what you’re offering.

    Also, what about current subscribers, if they’re already signed up, how would they obtain this.
    Didn’t see that anywhere in the video

    But as usual, good stuff, simple to see and understand.

    1.  Hi Leaf,

      Thanks for the koind words on the content of the video!  Sorry you missed the link on the page (perhaps I will bring it up closer to the video) but if you scroll below the video you will see a section headline that reads “Would You Like A Pet Sitting Website That ‘Works’?”

      The direct link to the sample site and all the info you need is there.  Here it is again for you: https://petsittingology.com/blog/pet-sitting-websites/

      Thanks!

  2. VERY helpful info!  I’m anxious to get my site up and running and am definitely checking out the link.  Creating my own site seems so overwhelming and I think this just may well be the ticket to get my website going.  Thanx bunches!!

    1.  Woo-hoo Shenny!  It looks like you already signed up for your own pet sitting website.  (Thanks so much for that.)

      And for the record, you are one of the very people we we had in mind when creating the WordPress website system: those pet sitters who may not know where to begin, how to begin or simply do not have the time to begin building their own website.

      The input and feedback we have received from the pet sitters already using the system has been amazing.  We work in tandem with our users to make certain the website is offering everything you need.

      Stay tuned for some live examples and case studies from those pet sitters succeeding with the WordPress-powered website!

      Thanks again, Shenny.

  3. I have a question. I already have a web site, can I use the same url or do I need a new one. If I use my web address, which is what I want to do, do I build my site and wait to publish the new until it is finished? Will I be able to build a drop down menu? Can a pick a background other than just a new color?

    1. Hey Tami,

      Great questions, and for the record, we have only just slowly began to roll this out a bit more publicly.  We’ve spent the past few months with about 20 pet sitters testing out the system for us and giving us input and feedback along the way so we could make changes, adjustments and additions to the site. 

      This way, it will operate as it should and include plenty of what sitter’s want and need.  My point is just this: We are currently working on a FAQ page that will answer questions like this for you going forward and I’m grateful that you asked.  Here’s your answer:

      Your situation is a common one (a pet sitter already with a domain name and website) and the answer is YES.  You keep and will use your current domain name.  Once your WordPress website is created, you will work on that ‘behind the scenes’ until you are good and ready to go public with it (make it your new site).  When ready, we will walk you through the quick and painless process of updating your domain name to ‘point’ to your brand new site.

      And YES, our WordPress system already has dropdown menu capability built right in.  From inside your WordPress Admin Dashboard, you will just ‘drag’ your menu item to the location you want it to be in.

      And YES, you can choose from all the possible color variations the universe has to offer and/or upload a background image to use.

      Really, WordPress is such a powerful web building tool (which is why we chose to use it to power the sites) that there is literally close to nothing that can not be achieved!

      Hope this all helps.  Keep your questions coming!
       

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