Contractor Marketing Tips & Articles – Marketing for Contractors
Below you will find useful tips and articles about online marketing and contractor marketing principles.
There has never been so many mobile devices that have 24/7 access the web, and an increasing number of people are using their mobile phones to search online to find information and services. How do you tap into this audience?
Modern mobile devices have come a long way in a short amount of time, and they do their best to display your full website onto phones, but your current site is really designed for a bigger screen with a mouse and keyboard. And if you want to keep your visitor there, you need it to be easy to move around in for them to get the information they want from it.
Earlier I wrote about 3 rather quick things that you can do right now to help your business. One of those items was to get testimonials from previous customers for your potential customers to see. Let’s get into that a little bit more, but before I do, one quick thing. If you have testimonials already(in an email, on paper, in a Word Document, etc…) that are not displayed anywhere….get them on your website. It takes two minutes to get them up there or to send them off to your webmaster. Done. Now, read on to find out the importance of growing your testimonial list …
Can you answer this question correctly? Do you really know where people are coming from when they get to you? A great time management strategy is to find out where people are finding you the most(ex. your website, online advertising, print advertising, etc…) and squeeze as much juice as you can out of it. Here’s a few things that will help you with just that.
I shared a link to a HubSpot article on our facebook wall recently( you can find our facebook page here) about the proven fact that Twitter does impact SEO. And do you know why? Because there are thousands of people on there sharing links and conversing with one another, and it is now a valuable resource for a search engine to get important data. So all of this data that is being poured into these social networks, why not take advantage of it?
Take Twitter search for an example…
We’ve already explained on here that Content Is King, now we need to talk about how to get your content out there.
Have something to say? Get a blog. The quickest way to add content to your website is to write articles. Articles about your business, helpful tips for your readers, or maybe an explanation of a previous project for a customer. Whatever you have on your mind, get it out there. Give your website visitors something they can engage in.
A quick trip around the internet for ways to improve your marketing for your company can get your head spinning. Update this, sign up for that, send this out…I’m already exhausted. Ever hear the phrase “a little at a time”? 3-5 minutes in a day can sometimes go a long way. Here’s 3 things you can do RIGHT NOW to help connect to your customers in a personal and professional manner.
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Footbridge Media in the next few months will be providing 90 marketing pieces in 90 days for clients. Some pieces include postcards, brochures etc. We are asking clients to provide us some feedback on what they are looking for or in need of.
As part of the Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting Rule that will go into effect April 22, 2010, contractors leaving any traces of lead paint behind are subject to fines from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for up to $37,500 per day, per violation. The law applies to all properties—commercial and residential—built before 1978 and includes renovations of six square feet per room on the interior and 20 square feet on the exterior.
Now that there are many Footbridge Media clients using blogs to promote their companies, I thought I should provide some quick tips to ensure not only good organization, but also assistance in the overall optimization of your online presence.
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