Call it whatever you want and advertise it as we got our members 700,000 inspections in the past year but at the end of the day, I like the majority of the members here can count the inspections I’ve gotten from iNACHI sites on 8 fingers and maybe 2 opposable thumbs. 6 years. It’s very simple.
Please don’t sit here and tell me and many others that we don’t know how to track where our calls are coming from or where our visitors are coming from to our sites. I’m not going to say I can track 100% but damn near close to that.
Plain and simple, iNACHI sites do not = targeted leads, calls, or inspections on a steady basis. More like rarely, if at all.
It’s like the poll for the MIC program, 90% or more do not believe or use the program cause it won’t work. 90% or more members have had one or two inspections from iNACHI sites, maybe less than that.
Some things are true and work, others are false and do not.
Now, I’ll stop pointing out the flaws and come up with solutions. I think the whole iNACHI search engine, directories, and sites need overhauling. Consumers are confused and overwhelmed when they do a search. Too many dead links, too many results returned (inspectors), ‘‘members’’ other than inspectors should also not be listed. There should be a cap per zipcode of lets say 10 inspectors, but that zipcode will rotate the inspectors. It’s like when you use Google for a search, a user is gonna click the first few links or sites. They do not need 500 inspectors to choose from.
There’s many other positive and viable suggestions, but I think they’ll fall on deaf ears