Surrey Marble & Granite

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  • Client: Surrey Marble & Granite
  • Year: 2019 (ongoing revisions)
  • Role: Web Design & Development, SEO, CRO, UX
  • Website: surreymarbleandgranite.co.uk
  • Overall, the company now achieves an increase in enquiries, in the last year of 34%
  • An increase in average monthly website visitors of 54.96% (47k vs 30k visitors)
  • Since the start of working with Surrey Marble & Granite, visitors per month has increased from 400 per month to 47k per month

The client

Surrey Marble and Granite are Surrey’s leading supplier of marble, granite, limestone and quartz worktop, flooring and bathrooms interiors.

INTRODUCTION

Surrey Marble and Granite originally approached us back in 2011 to help them develop a new website to showcase their business.

Their current site was very outdated, wasn’t generating them any online sales or enquiries, and most of their current products were not listed on their website

They were looking for a sleek professional website to showcase their products.

Surrey Marble & Granite Website

WHAT WE DID

Back in 2011, we designed and developed a new website showcasing the range of marble, granite and quartz worktops.

Soon after launch, SMG reproached us as they had seen an initial jump in enquiries via the newly designed site. Our goal was originally to support the launch of a new website, which became an ongoing month retainer for SEO work.

After a successful first year of growth and enquiries generated via the SEO, we expanded the digital marketing campaign with Google Ad services and some social media community building.

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We’ve been working consistently with Surrey Marble and Granite since 2011 and continue to work with them. We’re completing a new revision of their website, improving the user journey and developing a stone selector tool to help users choose a stone colour and brand.

We’re pumped that they are working with us!

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