I worked on the redesign and rebuild of their existing website.
There are two key areas for AC Computer Warehouse, which have to be reflected on their website: They sell new and refurbished computers and laptops, and offer a phone and tablet repairs service.
The previous AC Computer Warehouse website was built in Wix. While it is a cheap option, ultimately it was poorly constructed and not helping the business with its marketing or indeed making many online sales.
The site was difficult to use and slow to load, and it displayed poorly on mobile devices.
The primary goals of the revamp was to improve online sales and bookings.
40% increase in traffic
Compared to the old site, with continued growth each month since launch in June 2019.
The website recouped its investment via online sales alone within 2 months of relaunch.
Increase in bookings
Phone repair appointments doubled within the first month since the launch. More people also filled in the contact form and rang up to enquire.
Strong search engine visibility
For various key terms, including ‘Computer shop Stockport’ and ‘iPhone repair Stockport’ and ‘Refurbished laptops Manchester’.
The results of our new website have been amazing. Business enquiries, sales, and footfall to the shop have massively increased. We are so busy that I haven’t had time to make it to one of his SEO workshops! If you are in two minds about whether to take the plunge with a new website, don’t think twice about speaking to Paul.
I built the new online shop using WooCommerce, the popular eCommerce software for WordPress. To help with user experience, I created a set of custom data fields so people could input specification features (e.g. hard drive size, processor speed and RAM) to filter products and give them better search results.
Mobile Device repairs
Individual landing pages were created for specific device models, for example an iPhone 7 which displayed the available services and prices. This is an important element, because the pricing differs between models due to the different components and hardware. It also meant that users had tailored information at their fingertips.