David Chism | A David Creation
I met a software developer this past month to explore some ways he could help me improve my business using better dashboards and reporting software.
The two of us were just exchanging emails and getting together to meet in person in March which then moved to April and then…the virus hit the U.S.
Dan and his team wanted to find a way to help humanity. So he used his dashboard software to build a tracking system for the Coronavirus. He has been sharing updates with me during this crisis, and I thought it was time to help share the dashboard with my followers.
Their visual representation dashboard of the COVID-19 CURVE is the first in the world to help humanity visualize how well each region is doing as time goes on.
Trade shows are a tried-and-true tactic for showcasing what your business can do. There’s also just no substitute for meeting with prospects in person, chatting about their goals, your services, and forging strong connections. You may even be booking appointments right on the spot!
As I wrap up my 10th year in business, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the customers I’ve had the pleasure of working alongside as a marketing manager. I also enjoy reviewing their different successes and stories, finding common themes among sometimes very different companies.
While every company may be unique, there are really three universal ways to grow your painting business in 2020, and specifically to grow your leads. I’ll wrap things up below with my best recommendation too, and it may take you a bit by surprise (given the source).Read More
After you wrap up a dental appointment, what happens? Do they ship you out the door and say, “Hope to see you again someday!”?
Nope. They schedule your next appointment faster than you can rinse and spit.Read More
I’ve had many, many interactions over the years with business owners who are excellent craftsmen but struggle to make a living running a home improvement business.
They do good work, offer fantastic services, and appear to be doing all the right things. So, what’s missing?Read More
If you’ve read any of my articles or talked to me in person, you know how passionate I am about contractors taking quality video and photos of their work.
There are many reasons why every contractor should be doing this, and it’s not always just about getting the phone to ring. In fact, as I write this post, my customers are swamped with leads. When that’s the case, the temptation is to stop taking pictures and pull way back on marketing.