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List Your Services here

Write up a brief paragraph about your service category here and tell your buyer who this service is for.  Keep it short, this is just a directory, let your buyer scroll and discover.

[+] Cloud Services for your company


Mobile Optimization

Explain your second service here in a short paragraph.  Make sure that the link below doesn’t only say “Read More” because studies show people look at links.  So say what’s to learn more about instead.

[+] Mobile Optimization for your website


Directory Page Tune-ups

Why we used links instead of  CTA buttons to learn more about a service; why?  Because buttons would add too visual noise and the copy on the link is limited.

[+] Expert Developers to craft your design in HubSpot


Image Selection Service

You can chose to add an image to each of your services.   Add one if it helps you communicate what the service is about. If it doesn’t kill the image and let the words speak.  Your template type font is really nice.

[+] Responsive Design Services for corporates


Concise Paragraph Writing

The thing about this little paragraphs is that you have to quickly make a point:  What it is, who is it for and what’s a unique differentiator. Preferably start the link to learn more with your keyword.

[+] Managed IT Services for Small Firms


SEO For Toddlers

We can also provide Search Engine Optimization services so cool that they leverage the cognitive searches of 3 year olds.  They can now search things like “bu-buuu -da-daaa,” and our algorithm will interpret and find the best match.

[+] More about SEO for toddlers

Here’s what’s freight management without ReTrans Freight

A typical transaction for a company handling large product shipments might look something like this:

  1. The customer asks about an order for a product
  2. Your salesperson needs  to give them a quote
  3. He has to figure out  how much the shipping cost would be
  4. He gets what he thinks is the “best rate” from a carrier
  5. He adds it to the quote
  6. He sends the quote back to the client

Now the customer needs some time to think and by the time they’ve made a decision, it’s one month later. What happens now?

  1. Your salesperson pulls up the rate quote for the freight
  2. He calls the carrier to make sure the price is still valid
  3. It’s not
  4. He tries to find another carrier who can meet the original price
  5. He can’t

Your salesperson has one of two options:

  1. Talk to the customer and let them know the shipping quote went up and the invoice needs to be updated. The customer won’t like that at all.
  2. Say nothing at all and take the additional cost out of the profit.

It’s not a pretty picture.


ReTrans can make all the difference with its Enterprise Freight Solutions