A BIG Plug for Energy Savings…online
Energy Advice Line has been working with LexisClick Online Marketing for nearly two years now to ensure that businesses are aware of the savings that can be made to their business electricity and business gas bills. In those two years visit to the site have increased from just over 700 visits per month to over 2000.
In total over this time there have been over 39,800 visits, 193,997 page views, spending on average over four minutes on the site. Of all these visits, 77.57% are new visits. From Energy Advice Line’s MD, Julian Morgan’s point of view this is good news that they are able to reach businesses and provide them with a valuable service. As Julian explains “Energy Advice Line was set up specifically to address the needs of business and obtain the best possible business electricity, business gas and now business telecom offers and prices. EAL, however, does maintain a transparent approach to its quotation process and the service is free to use as EAL receive an introduction payment from the new provider”.
Working with LexisClick has been a progressive journey that has employed a number of successful tactics that are core to the company’s methodology, Stephen Bavister, MD LexisClick explains “Our vision is to ensure that our customers’ websites are easy to find, a pleasure to use, the first to return to, and essential to recommend”.
He continued “Working in partnership with a customer like Energy Advice Line has helped us gain a greater understanding of their business and the clear benefits that they provide to business’, which we endeavour to convey through the website, and other online and offline activities”. With the recent launch of an ‘Affiliate Programme’, Energy Advice Line are looking to expand their offering even further afield and give other small businesses an opportunity to benefit from their expertise in providing a leading online business electricity, business gas and business telecoms price comparison and switching service dedicated exclusively to the needs of small and medium-sized businesses in the UK.Back to the News Desk