Searching for any business on the internet can be a minefield, so when you search for Fitted KItchens London or similar phrases, you’ll want to be sure you know what you’re doing.
Firstly, let’s have a little look around Google – here’s a search I just did for Fitted Kitchens London (please click on the image for a larger version):
Sections 1 and 2 are paid adverts, so be aware that Google is getting paid to put their results there.
Section 3 is relatively new and is the Google Places section – you’ll only see this if you’ve searched specifically for a location (in this case Fitted Kitchens LONDON).
Section 4 is the organic results, the sites that Google returns that it considers the most relevant to your search. Many people – myself included – still trust these search results much more than the other sections.
Once you’ve arrived at your Fitted Kitchens London site, there are some requirements you’ll want to be on the lookout for from the company:
Do they have a testimonials page? You’ll want the reassurance of other satisfied customers.
Is there a clearly displayed physical address on the contact page? Obviously there would be a massive warning light over any site that wasn’t giving you an address.
Is it nicely designed? If you looking for contemporary kitchen design, you’ll be wanting a company with a nicely designed website.
If the company deals with wood, does it have a ethical sourcing policy? You’ll want a company that operates a responsible sourcing policy, ensuring that all the timber has been purchased from suppliers certified by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC).
Do the company offer free advice and quotes? Another warning light if they want to charge you for this.
Hopefully this will help you in your search for Fitted Kitchens London or any other search for that matter, be it kitchen design or anything else.