1. Join Us in the Market Place
As we know, the web and smartphones are where most customers go to find a tradesman. We offer tradesmen an unrivalled golden opportunity to become shareholders in our revolutionary business concept for just 50p per day, Only TextaTradesman.com offers an unrivalled opportunity where our tradesmen/shareholders receive a £100 direct from the HMRC and £200 in compny share when they become a partner,view the video of the goverment ECIS scheme at the end of this document.
None of our competitors are pursuing a similar breadth of vision to us by taking advantage of the importance of smartphones to tradesmen and customers. Many competitors have little vetting in place, bringing negative feedback towards the industry. Just one example is Gumtree, part of eBay, who have no knowledge of the trade, and to join the advertiser only requires a valid credit card and a mobile phone. (To read about the darker side of Gumtree, click here.) Join us: we are in the industry. Only we offer a no quibble workmanship guarante to custmers and the opportunity for tradesmen to use our uniqe platform to capitalise on the exponential increase in smartphone use whilst also slashing their marketing budget to just 50p a day,all backed up with a 24/7 dedicated customer service and full 24/7 suport for our tradesmen. The key design aims to our consept are ease of use, mobile access, minimal keyboard strokes required and, most importantly, the opportunity for tradesmen to be part of a strong and trusted establesed online brand once they are (Approved & Accepted) thats the hard bit.
For a further insight, view our videos below
2. Who are TextaTradesman.com?
Founders Andy Morrison of Handyman.co.uk and David Murphy of TextaTradesman.com have set out to rectify the bad reputation the trade has online due to ‘rogue traders’. Together, they are amalgamating a network of 45,000 builders, specific tradesmen and handymen in one place with a simple way for customers to reach them directly via any one of their 25 niche smartphone websites that enable the customer’s search to be defined and targeted to individual tradesmen.
As an early internet pioneer and one of the first tradesmen to use a mobile to gain business, Andy Morrison foresaw the impact the internet would have in winning business. As far back as 1996, when the internet was still in its infancy, Andy saw the potential to buy relevant construction names for future use with search engines such as Handyman.co.uk, GeneralBuilders.co.uk, SmallBuilders.co.uk, DerelictProperty.co.uk, EndofTenancy.co.uk Scaffolders.co.uk and many more, whilst his competitors looked – and still look – on.
In 2014, Andy and David discovered the phrase “text” is used by 60% of the population as part of daily life, and Google stats reveal that consumers search for individual trades on search engines by the areas tradesmen specialise in – for example, “bricklayer”, “plasterer” and “builder”. Based on these findings, they chose to bring the word ‘Texta’ into a search term to find tradesmen on the internet, e.g. TextaPlumber.co.uk, TextaPlasterer.co.uk, TextaTiler.co.uk. “Texta” is memorable, “Plumber” is memorable, so “TextaPlumber.co.uk” is surley unforgettable.
3. We Also Market on the High Street
As street marketing and exhibitions have always been an important part of Andy’s marketing strategy; he has led a popular and successful advertising campaign as the founder of Handyman.co.uk that is recognised nationwide for its unique and entertaining high street presence. The public love the new Texta phone costumes, bringing in new customers and interest while making the Texta brand unforgettable.
View, as a million others have already, founder Andy’s YouTube media presence on the high street as ‘the Singing Handyman’ – click here.
4. Join and Become a Shareholder ?”
..to receive £100 from HMRC & £200 in shares!
- Become part of our network of over 45,000 top tradesmen
- We take full advantage of the government’s SEIS/EIS Incentive .
- Through our platform, all of our tradesmen become investors.
- John Lewis Ltd has a workers’ partnership in the retail sector...
- Royal Mail has a workers’ partnership in the service sector...
- Now TextaTradesman have a partnership in the building sector
- Click the button below to receive your shares partnership pack
Opportunities are limited apply to join today.