Many of you read my blog Embracing Uncertainty back in July. I received more feedback from that blog than any other I’ve written over the years. While much of this feedback was related to the subject matter, some was related to the weekly prayer meeting that I started, where we focus on praying for our businesses and the construction industry as a whole.Read More
By mid-March, many of my customers were having record leads and sales coming out of the gloomy winter months. Things were looking up. I had just gotten through months of planning and setting the strategies for my customers and was looking forward to a smooth spring season with lots of leads!
A week prior, I had just returned from New York City visiting A.G. Williams Painting, then spending a little time in Central Park. People asked me if I was concerned about the COVID-19 virus, especially after the risky NYC visit. In all honesty, I wasn’t concerned at all.
The thought of a crisis hadn’t entered my mind.Read More
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!
There’s no doubt about it. We live in a digital world, with digital media pressing in all around us.
Marketing strategies are rapidly changing too, accommodating and keeping up with the times. 25 years ago, an ad in the yellow pages was a valuable tool, while today we’re on social media, uploading photos, videos, blogs, and more.
So, is print dead, or should it have a place in your marketing toolkit?Read More