How do I set up my email?
You can set up your Gsuite email with us directly! Details here: https://www.spectora.com/mail Alternatively, you can set up email through GoDaddy.
Do you write content for me?
The pages on our demo sites have placeholder content that is meant for you to put your own spin on. It tends to make more of an impact when it's your personality coming through.
We may be adding copywriting services in the near future.
Do I need a blog?
It's not mandatory but we recommend regular blogging to help your website's SEO & rankings. This is usually something most inspectors pay to outsource.
I want people to be able to pay and sign agreements on my website. How do I do that?
Your clients get an auto-generated email when you book an inspection that allows them to sign the Inspection Agreement and pay. There is no need to direct clients to your site to have them pay. This makes it easier for clients and it's less for you to track.
Can I have online scheduling on my site? How does this work?
Absolutely! This is part of the power of having us make your website. We need you to setup your services & fees and activate your online scheduler first. Then we can embed your online scheduler into your site!
Depending on the settings you choose in Settings>Online Scheduler, your clients will flow right into the agreement and payment once they book an inspection, or get an automated email once you confirm the inspection in your Spectora dashboard.
What happens if I cancel? Do I own the website?
Yes, you can export the data and integrate into your own setup and hosting. We use a Wordpress Multisite Network. You will need to work with your own web developer to handle that the technical implementation, as each new host and setup can vary. We send you the XML file that contains all of the contents of your site (images, pages, posts, etc.) for importing into your new Wordpress instance.
Any images you provide you of course retain ownership of, as well as all the content etc. We use a paid commercial Wordpress theme for all our sites, so if you wanted to use the same theme you'd have to buy an individual license for yourself. You would also need to re-add any plugins that you want to continue using on the new instance of your site.