Ufit conservatory site revamp

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Hi we started selling DIY conservatories, windows,doors on www.u-fit.co.uk back in 1999 we had a new site in 2003 which atr the time was pretty nifty.

We paid our web developers zarr in october 2008 to redevelop the site this was done .Sadly though i have not supplied them with the content due to other interests and our sales team have soldiered on all that time using google CPC to get leads.I might add we have a good relationship with them
and they are able to do the work when i give them the info.

I\'m able to supply a lot of original content in a wiki style about conservatories
but something we have learnt over the years is that the key for our site to be succesfull hinges on it ability to get the \"sizes\" of the conservatory from the

Once we have sizes we email them a 3d photo rendering with quote and progress them on a CRM (trackvia).The site there fore does not want to be atotal compendium of conservatory info where people will raed and leave.

but focuses on getting two sizes the width and the depth and in return they get rewarded with e books/secret site access to the good stuff and afree quote.Your task is to give us 3 or 4 size capture methods which we can
analyse and rotate.Also SEO on on the whole site I can supply reams of related content but we need some one with an eye to make each page get thoose sizes.

Going fwd we also need apart time web developer maybe 3-4 hrs aweek
to keep it all current and and up to date.

We also have a site called www.conservatories.tv that needs \"harmonising\"
and bringing into line with our approach of getting the sizes.

Zarr would do all the web development we just need a helping hand mopw and ongoing - sorry for the length of this but it needs sorting.

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