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Becoming an Employer of Choice

It’s 4:15 on Wednesday afternoon. Your production manager, who’s been with you for more than 18 years, walks into your office and gives you notice that he’s retiring at the end of the month. While it’s not a complete surprise, the timing was much sooner than you expected. However, he says concerns about his health

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Telling Your Remodeling Company’s Story

When it comes to marketing your remodeling company, how well do you tell its story? Some companies do this very well, yet most struggle to tell a compelling story that resonates with customers. If you’re not telling your story well, you’re leaving only one way for customers to compare you to other remodelers — PRICE!

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How to Position Your Company to Stand Out

One of the most important aspects of marketing is positioning your company in your space — but many remodelers often overlook this critical component. However, it’s the best way to separate your company from the competition, especially if you’re in a crowded market or competing against entrenched firms. Wes Powell, co-owner and vice-president of Builder

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Put Pricing on Your Remodeling Website for Better Leads

I tell any remodeling business owner to put pricing on their website, either directly or through a lead capture — a user entering their email address to access the information. More often than not, I get a shocked response, followed by one of these types of objections: I can’t just put my pricing out there

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Ep.53: Make Your Project Manager a Marketing Machine with Doug Panozzo

Of all the things you have in your marketing toolbox — your website, email and direct mail, or social media — there’s one you may have overlooked. Positioning your Production team to be aware of sales and marketing can be an overlooked marketing strategy, and also help align the office and field teams. In this

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Getting The Picture: Taking Your Best Remodeling Project Photos

We live in a visual world, and having great photographs of your projects is key to presenting your work in the best light possible, from beginning to end. Not just for using in your marketing on your website, social media networks, and printed collateral like brochures and newsletters, but to make a strong case for

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Marketing Toolbox: Canva is a Busy Marketer’s Dream

Marketing for a remodeling business is often handled by the owners themselves, an office manager, an intern, or someone solely responsible for marketing such as a Marketing Director or Coordinator. Regardless of who your champion is, marketing is often a hectic, fast-paced endeavor; trying to keep up with the pace of a growing remodeling firm

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Website Conversion Killers: What You Need to Know

Remodelers and Custom Home Builders spend millions every year, driving prospective clients to their websites and landing pages.. doing everything in their power to get visitors to hit that “contact us” link or fill out a form to provide more information and request a meeting with you… Eureka… A Conversion! A Lead! A Potential New

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PowerTips Book Recommendations: December 2018

We’re making a list and checking it twice, to bring you our last edition of book recommendations for this year from our staff, facilitators, and Roundtables members. Add these selections to your own reading list or to your holiday gift list — to give or get. The recommendations run the gamut from business to fiction,

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