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3 Critical Stats from the 2020 State of Remodeler Marketing Report

Every year, my company Builder Funnel surveys remodelers from all over the United States and Canada to uncover the biggest challenges, obstacles and goals for the upcoming year. This year, we partnered with Remodeler’s Advantage to promote the survey and put together the report. You can download the full report here. That being said, I
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Have You Adapted Your Marketing Yet? Part II

This is Part II of Spencer Powell’s Blog Article on Adapting your Marketing Click Here for Part One >> The Remodeling Industry Was Behind…but Catching Up Now (continued from part I) Being involved in the digital marketing industry as well as the technology industry, we’ve been implementing several things for years that would have helped
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Have You Adapted Your Marketing Yet?

Earlier this year, we all got hit with a big shock to our world. The global pandemic had impacts on our personal lives, our businesses, and just about everything in between. It feels like you can’t even go 24 hours without someone talking about COVID-19. See, even I just brought it up. But we’re not
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Completing The Hiring Continuum

Business owners know that one of the most important factors in the success or failure of a company is making good hires. The ability to grow a company over the long-term and successfully navigate growth is based largely on the ability of the owner to manage the critical resources of time, people and money. So
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[Video] How To Build An Org Chart For Today And Tomorrow

With so many businesses in transition, now is a great time to be looking at your company’s organizational structure. If you have had to hire, fire, or move team members from one department to another, an “org chart” can ensure you have every base covered. Here is a video from our PowerTips TV channel that
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Yellow Flag Racing; 5 Things to Focus on in Pit Row

In any Nascar race, there are several times during the race when full speed racing has been interrupted or slowed down due to an obstruction on the track, usually caused by an accident or track conditions. A yellow caution flag is presented, requiring slower speeds, no passing, etc. The pace car emerges from pit row
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