If you are a Roofing Contractor on Twitter you may have found it difficult to find the right people to follow. How can you grow a Twitter following that has potential customers and not just marketing companies and manufacturers? Watch this video to find out. We hope you found this tip useful!
Have you developed a marketing strategy for your roofing business? Many roofing contractors look at marketing as an event instead of looking at it as an important part of their overall business strategy. What I mean is that many will let business fall off, then spend a bunch of money on marketing until business picks(…)
Social Media – what works, what doesn’t, why does it work for some Roofing Contractors and not for others? Unfortunately, there is a lot more to an effective online marketing campaign than just setting up your profiles and hoping that they bring in the customers. Here are three essential tips from Social Media Examiner to(…)
Roofing contractors around the nation are seeing the increased benefits from social media marketing. This is a trend that is universal across all businesses. Here is an interesting study showing that most businesses are planning on increasing the use of social media in their marketing in 2012. With increasing numbers of marketers using social media,(…)
As the busy roofing season begins to come to a close now is the best time of the year to begin planning your strategy for next year. Most successful business owners begin this process by setting goals for the next year. Have you used goal setting in your roofing business? How can you ensure that(…)
As a roofing contractor that is trying to build an audience on Facebook you face a unique challenge. If you primarily share roofing related information your followers can get tired of your posts if you post too often, or if your content is not relevant to them. How can you determine how often you should(…)
One of the first questions you probably asked after your new roofing website went online was “How come it doesn’t show up in Google?” The answer was probably not encouraging. It takes a lot of time and work to have your website rank well in search engines, and if you hire someone to do it(…)