During a boom season, it can be too easy to get distracted, get complacent, and coast… Don’t let up. Take advantage of the time, and get in the best position possible.Read More
marketing for contractors | A David Creation
For years now, Angie’s List has required advertisers to sign up for a 12-month commitment. Many of you haven’t had the best experience with the platform, making a long-term contract less than attractive.
They JUST released a new program that may actually be a better fit, and dovetail nicely with your fall marketing plans.Read More
As a business owner, you already know how important messaging is as you try to reach new clients and keep in touch with your existing base.
The strategy you employ has taken on a whole new level of importance in this era of COVID-19. Let’s take a closer look…Read More
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
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
As a contractor, regardless of whether you’re in the roofing, painting, or remodeling industry, we know you’re always thinking a season or two ahead. And if you aren’t, you really should be.
Right now our clients across the country are prepping for winter, particularly in those areas that are most impacted by inclement weather. While you might assume that’s a problem only for those on the east coast, it really tends to hit our west coast friends too. After all, weeks of rain can halt production, creating similar issues to those facing snow and ice.
Bad weather is bad for business, no matter where you live!
So, what can you do about it?