Internet Marketing Advantages for Contractors - There are thousands
of contractors all over the United States who know how to build new
homes and remodel old ones. These contractors understand construction
law and the construction business, but rarely do they understand
Fundamentals of Asking for Construction Referrals - If you're
seriously planning on staying in the construction business, you should
consider asking your previous customers for referrals. Some of the best
jobs that I have ever received have been from referrals.
Benefits of Placing Links in Articles - It's not actually going to
be the act of writing articles that will provide you with more business
or traffic to your website. It's the links that you put in the articles
that will provide the benefits from the search engines.
Benefits of Writing Articles - If you don't understand the benefits
of writing articles, let me explain it to you. It's not actually all
about writing the articles, it's more about placing links to your
website on other peoples blogs, directories or websites.
Protecting Your Company and Personal Information - It seems like,
ever since time began, people have been looking for easy ways to acquire
information that would be beneficial to them and others. Your personal
information, is extremely valuable to marketing companies and e-mail
Builders Directory Page Positioning Experiment -
In the advertising world, bigger is always going to be better and first
position is always going to be better than second. I can't stress the
importance of signing up for the Stair Builders Directory, before your
Moneymaking Secret for Remodeling Contractors -
If you're a remodeling contractor and your business isn't working as
well as you would like it to, I would like to share a few moneymaking
secrets with you. Hopefully these secrets will take your remodeling
business to the next level.
Jobsite Cleanliness Is a Must for Building and Remodeling Contractors
- When I first started working in construction, I was constantly
stepping over large pieces of lumber that were spread all over the
jobsite. I would often trip or fall over these large cumbersome items
and never even thought about cleaning any of it up.
10 Ways a Contractors Can Make Their Clients Mad without Even Knowing It
- If you've been in business as long as I have, you probably said things
to your clients that either weren't taken the way they were meant to be
or said something to them that was out of line.