Smith and Smith Glass flatters Supreme Screens

They say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Up until late August Smith and Smith Glass had a terrible website - little content and poor design - the 0800 number was writ huge and actually that was the website’s main message “forget the website, just call the 0800 number”. All that has changed with a new smart looking site, but what makes this site so good? You only have to look at the website of their competitor, Supreme Screens, to see why.

  • Supreme Screens: Repair is always our first choice
    • Smith & Smith: We repair first
  • Supreme Screens: Page titled - Repair vs Replace
    • Smith & Smith: Page titled - Repair or Replace
  • Supreme Screens: Free repair with no hassles!
    • Smith & Smith: Repair is hassle free
  • Supreme Screens: “Windscreens not only prevent ejection of the occupants, they are also the backboard for the airbag. ”
    • Smith & Smith: “the passenger airbag relies on the windscreen to provide support if the airbag deploys.”
  • Supreme Screens: “If you have comprehensive car insurance with a windscreen extension, in most cases you will not pay a cent for your windscreen repair.”
    • Smith & Smith: “If you have full vehicle insurance including cover for glass damage, Smith&Smith® can normally repair your windscreen for free.”
  • Supreme Screens: A windscreen repair is QUICK
    • Smith & Smith: Repairing a chip is quicker than replacing a whole windscreen.
  • Supreme Screens: if you can cover the complete damage with an old sized 50 cent piece…
    • Smith & Smith: A chip smaller than a 50¢ coin.

How do we sum this up? In keeping with the message of this post I looked to others for a quote.

“Creativity is great, but plagiarism is faster.” - unknown

“he that comes last is commonly best.” - Robert Burton

And that, of course, is what will irk Mike & Sue at Supreme Screens.

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