Local Business Website – Stump Grinding and Tree Services – Melbourne

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This local business lead generation site was completed for RJ Clements Stump Grinding in Melbourne, Florida.

RJ Clements offers stump grinding, tree services, and land clearing services for all of Brevard County.

Completed and launched in June 2018, this new site replaced a site originally developed on the Weebly website platform.  DeSantis Media builds websites on a number of platforms depending on the client’s needs.  We routinely build sites on the WordPress platform and often use Weebly for simple lead generation efforts.

This site was developed from scratch by our team with all images, headings, and text content fully (on-page) SEO optimized. In addition to this initial effort, we have projects underway on the rest of the digital assets for this business including fully optimizing their Google My Business listing, Google Maps listings, directory citations, and backlinking.

This is a prime example of services provided by our firm to local service providers who need customers to ring their phones. Building a website is just the first step in a tactical approach to search engine discovery.  Contact us today to find out how we can assist you in adding to your bottom line!

The site pages have been optimized for SEO and readability.

In addition to the website build-out, DeSantis Media also provided local citations. This is a perfect example of a typical (and functional) lead generation site.


Ranking high in search engines like Google and Bing is a combination of science and art. Most of all, it is an understanding of the techniques that provide your web presence the greatest chance of reaching the top of a customer search. In the age of the mobile device, this is particularly important.

As a business owner, you should continually put yourself in the shoes of the customer. Ask yourself this important question: When you search for a product, service or place, how often do you venture beyond the first page of Google? See the point?

You may have gone the DIY route for your business website.  Newer companies and start-ups use this approach in an effort to minimize their initial outlays. You may have created a very nice looking site or paid ridiculous money to have one created for you. Answer this question… “is my site driving calls, bookings, and profit?” Remember, pretty does not always mean practical.