One of the more effective ways to get more jobs for your plumbing company is with referrals. Plumbing jobs that come from referrals often have the highest conversion rate of any type of lead because of the trust between friends and family. Although asking your customers for referrals is easy, these tips will help ensure more customers actually follow through. From the right time to ask to how to follow through, we look at how to get plumbing jobs with referrals.Read More
You probably have a website for your water damage business, but if you don’t have a keyword strategy you are missing out on opportunities. From developing a keyword strategy to where to put keywords, we look at how to get more water damage jobs by targeting the right keywords.
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Few things are as frustrating as spam calls. Depending on how you handle these spam calls, you could end up blocking incoming leads. As annoying as these calls are, blocking the number could impact the number of leads you get. We look at alternatives to blocking spam calls that ensure you don’t end up blocking real calls from customers.
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The key to getting more jobs is with more leads. You’ve also probably heard a lot of different things about buying leads. While some of the things you’ve hard might be true, there are also a lot of myths about lead generation. We look at the most common lead generation myths and help separate the fact from the myth. Plus, we tell you what you need to know about buying leads.
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The number of water damage jobs you get is directly related to the number of water damage leads you get. While you may think there isn’t a cost associated with generating leads, you are probably spending more to get those calls than you think. Even if it’s just your own time, you can attribute some cost to each water damage lead you generate. However, if you really track your expenses,Read More
Every time your phone rings or you get a text message from a customer, you have an opportunity to land a job. These opportunities are all water damage leads. For some water damage leads, you might be able to convert the customer as soon as you arrive or even while you’re on the phone. However, some opportunities may take a little more effort to get the customer to hire you.Read More
In order to get more fire damage restoration leads, you need to start by getting more leads. Whether you use display ads, local SEO, or any other advertising method, generating more fire damage restoration leads usually comes at a cost. Regardless of which methods you choose to you, you need to devote time and resources to manage your marketing efforts. From handling your own marketing to hiring an agency, we look at the 4 most common ways to run your marketing.Read More
Even in the face of a disaster or emergency, customers often fixate on location. We listen to thousands of calls each week and customers ask where the contractor is located in more than half of them. The most successful contractors are able to respond to this question with confidence, turning it into an opening to sell their services and connect with their customers. Learn the proper way to respond when customers ask where are you located and you’ll end up with more customers and more jobs.Read More
Getting more mold removal jobs starts with getting more leads. Leads are phone calls or text messages from customers looking for your services. There are many different ways to generate mold removal leads. With each, you need to find the right balance of cost, time, knowledge, and experience. However, it isn’t always easy to know where to start. That’s why we’ve looked at some of the most common options for marketing your mold remediation business.Read More
Company hopping is extremely common with contractors and home service companies. You sign up with a company that promises to get you jobs, but they don’t perform as you expected. Within a few weeks, you’re canceling your contract and moving on to another company. We’ve heard similar stories for many of our contractors, but unfortunately, every marketing strategy and company take a little time to perform.
Company hopping not only makes it hard for you to track your revenue but also wastes money and time.Read More