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A website can increase your customer engagement
Strong customer relationships are at the core of every business. As a local contractor, your customer relationships are a big driver of your business. When you do a good job, your customers tell their friends and neighbors. More work comes in, and the references continue. Those same existing customers also call back when they need more work done. As a contractor, sometimes the projects need to happen quickly. Other times, they’re improvements that can be Read More >>
Home builders can build websites too!
Disclosure: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. While there is no additional cost to you, our website will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. A Guide to Construction Company Websites Building houses is what you do by day. Building your business is your passion by night. Every business needs a website these days. So it is inevitable that you will have to set one up. There Read More >>
Disclosure: Some of the links in this article are affiliate links. While there is no additional cost to you, our website will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Increase your site’s exposure with a content strategy Your website is a tool. As a local contractor, you know that any tool is only as good as the hand that wields it. So what good is a website if you don’t know Read More >>
Social media can be a great way to gain more exposure for your business and more traffic to your website. The choice used to be pretty easy when it was just two big platforms, Facebook and Twitter, that dominated the market. Since there were only two, many businesses could pretty easily maintain a presence on both in between their normal business activities. The social media landscape is a lot different now. There are dozens of Read More >>
Google Ads can help local contractors grow
As a contractor and small business owner, you aren’t just an expert in your trade, you’re an expert in everything about your business. For most contractors that are just starting out or are still small, your business is more than just working on the job. You’re going out and meeting potential new customers, putting together estimates and project details, negotiating with vendors to get the best deal… And then you still have a family and Read More >>
If you’ve got a plumbing business but not a website, you’re missing out on potential business. Word of mouth is great. And many plumbers or local small business owners can do quite well with just a simple sign, a branded truck, and a phone number. You might be thinking ‘Leave the internet to the big guys, I’m doing just fine’. But as a small business owner, you’d be foolish not to expand your reach and Read More >>
Your marketing team needs to guest blog
As a small business owner, you need to make sure that your marketing team is making the best of their time. Being able to communicate effectively with potential customers is crucial in order to keep your sales pipeline full of prospective buyers. Almost every marketing team these days is pretty savvy in paid search – Google Adwords, Facebook, Twitter, and so on. And almost every team knows the importance of keeping a steady flow of Read More >>
dirty secret to guest blogging
So you’ve got a story to tell. But you’re not sure where to start. You’ve been told you should start a blog. But the whole thing seems overwhelming. Well lucky for you, it does not have to be a complicated process or require any development skills to get started. All you need to do is find an industry that you’re interested in, as well as a company that complements your experiences, and start guest blogging Read More >>
These 3 things can cost your small business money if you don't have a website.
Small business is the lifeblood of the American economy. And the online opportunities that are available to small business owners today are unprecedented. Never before have entrepreneurs been able to reach an audience of potential customers directly in their home with such ease. But where there is opportunity, there is also risk. And not having a website can be a big one. There are many reasons to have a website, but here are 3 ways Read More >>
Your construction business needs a website.
If you’re out there swingin’ hammers every day, you probably don’t think too much about your website. The phone rings, and you schedule your next job. Your reputation is the lifeblood of your business, and word of mouth has carried you far. But what if we told you that some people actually will trust your business LESS if you don’t have a website? Construction businesses with websites get more jobs These days, the first thing Read More >>