Is your manufacturing website design outdated and look horrible on mobile devices? Are you wondering how to get a responsive manufacturing website built? Do you wish you could build a website or blog without having to hire a developer or work with the IT department? I created a collection of website templates for industrial businesses. It contains website templates, landing page templates, and blog templates. It’s a cost-effective way to modernize your website and begin generating inbound leads for your business?
What are inbound leads? People that find your website via Google search and read pages on your website. If they are interested in your products and services, they fill out a contact form or call your phone number. It is a new source of qualified leads for your sales team. By providing helpful educational information, your buyers become more informed and confident in buying from you.
- 1 Watch the video on how easy it is to customize and build a manufacturing website using my Industrial Pro Website Templates.
- 2 How does HubSpot CMS compare to WordPress?
- 3 Why should I get a responsive website as a manufacturer?
- 4 Where do I find a manufacturing website developer and designer?
- 5 Why is HubSpot recommended for manufacturers?
- 6 Do you have any manufacturing web design examples for inspiration?
Watch the video on how easy it is to customize and build a manufacturing website using my Industrial Pro Website Templates.
Get Started in 2 Easy Steps
Want to see how it works before your purchase? Contact me to schedule pre-purchase consultation and theme demo
- Purchase web hosting plan from HubSpot (will help you choose a plan)
- Purchase my Industrial Pro HubSpot theme and begin building your website using the drag and drop page editor.
For under $1,000 and as little as $23 a month, you can have a secure, mobile responsive, and professional website design for your industrial business. In addition, you have access to me if you need help setting things up.
If you were to hire a website design agency, it could cost at a minimum of $5,000 and can go reach as high as $20,000.
How does HubSpot CMS compare to WordPress?
I would say the biggest difference and benefit of using HubSpot is that it includes a free custom relationship management system or CRM. If you don’t already have one of these, it greatly helps marketing and sales teams work together. It provides an activity record of your prospects and customers which is very helpful for B2B businesses with long sales cycles.
Frequently asked questions
Why should I get a responsive website as a manufacturer?
80% of B2B buyers use mobile devices at work (Source)
Have you ever tried reading a non-mobile friendly website on your phone? You have to pinch and zoom and read really small text. The user experience isn’t that great and it makes it very difficult to buy from thee business. Investing in a responsive website makes sure the experience on mobile is just as good or better than the desktop experience.
Where do I find a manufacturing website developer and designer?
Doing a google search for a manufacturing web developer or manufacturing web design agency will provide you a long list of results. But how do you know which one to choose? My advice is to talk to at least three companies to see who you feel most comfortable with. Also ask to see examples of how they helped businesses similar to yours.
Why is HubSpot recommended for manufacturers?
HubSpot is a CRM and marketing automation platform. It’s hallmark is to unify sales and marketing teams. Since manufactures often depend on quotes and long sales cycles, a CRM is extremely important.
Do you have any manufacturing web design examples for inspiration?
There are a lot of options when it comes to building a website. Website templates are great for small to medium-sized businesses who want something cost-effective and quick to implement. But if you need something more specific to your business needs, the best approach is to hire a designer to help you build something custom. Contact me, if you have questions or need help weighing the pros and cons of the different approaches.