We talked with remodelers about what it takes to build, maintain, and operate a showroom, and how it fits into the way they do business
An online rant by some unhappy, embittered, or enraged customer may be on the cards at some point for your company, but you can take steps to limit the fallout
Small projects lead to bigger projects, and staying in regular contact with past clients will ensure that you are the go-to person for that work
How to make your website stand out to younger consumers
Websites have two audiences: search engines and people. Here’s how to satisfy both to improve your ranking, increase traffic, and generate more quality leads
If you're like most remodeling companies, you can put your company Facebook page to better use as a marketing tool.
If you've never googled yourself or your company, give it a try. Do you like what you see? Will potential clients?
Images are critical to success with social media. But the specs for optimal size and format is not the same for every platform.
Yelp lawsuit raises the question: Do online reviewers have the right to remain anonymous?
A bad rating that goes unnoticed online can do extensive damage. Time to take charge
Control what potential customers get to know first about your business
What's more important than increasing the number of potential clients who visit your website? Increasing the number who answer your calls to action
One marketing concept can be iterated into 10 different things
It’s not enough to just have a presence on Houzz and Porch. You have to do it right
Google Cardboard brings virtual reality to the bidding process in a simple way. Photo courtesy of Google from the Google Cardboard website.
These nifty tools and tech advancements may help you in planning, bidding, and more
Project photos send a powerful message. Here are six ways to use them in your marketing
Some editorial tips for do-it-yourself remodeler marketers.
Make these considerations when pitching your plans to potential clients.