Website template

Car body repair shop WIBU is a renowned company. Since its establishment in 1976, it has grown into a well-known company in The Hague. The current website was lacking and needed a significant overhaul. Brandcode was asked to build a new website that meets contemporary demands and is easy to find in Google.

Client: WIBU car body repair shop

The new website is secure, fast, and easy to find in Google. In short: it meets today’s requirements.”

Michel Rolvink
Copywriter / SEO specialist

Content kick-off

Before we start the build, we get acquainted by way of a content kick-off. What are the wishes and needs? Who is the target group? Which services do you want to emphasise? Which search terms should bring you up in the Google search results? The content kick-off is used to determine the website menu structure, among other things.

Writing
SEO web texts

As soon as the menu structure is finalised in consultation with the client, our web builders start the engines. In the meantime, our SEO copywriter gathers the right information through interviews and a tour of the company. We also carry out keyword research to ascertain the exact search terms that are relevant to WIBU, to ensure the findability of the website, more traffic and a higher chance of conversion.

Easy to find in Google

The WIBU website is easy to find in Google with the keywords important to the company, thanks to SEO optimisation. In addition, the website is now clear and uncluttered, fast, mobile-friendly and secure. In short: it meets today’s requirements.

Report your damage

Ease of use to the nth degree: report your damage. Take a photo of the damage to your car and send it to WIBU via their website. The experts will assess the damage and give you the right advice.

Professional photography

A photoshoot at WIBU has added a polished look to the website. Professional images adorn each page of the website, perfectly complementing the look & feel of the website and the image of the company. There are plenty of images still available for upcoming news items or blogs, creating consistency in new publications.

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