Does your company need social media? The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes for many reasons. We’re not going to be able to cover all of the reasons your company needs social media in this post. However, we can and will go over four of the most important reasons your company needs social media. While this article focuses on construction marketing, the tips will be useful for any industry.
Are you ready to grow your construction company? Today, within the range of promotional opportunities and expansion strategies, email marketing has emerged as one of the most efficient, affordable, and effective business techniques.
As with any year, you can expect to see the construction industry go through a few changes in 2018. Trends are always shifting, especially when new technology is introduced. If you’re in the construction industry, you know you have to watch these shifting trends and adapt to them as soon as you can to stay competitive. If you’re ready to get a head start on understanding these trends, here are some experts predict will be popular in construction this year.
With the steady growth the construction industry has shown over several years, now is a great time to start your own general contracting or construction business. Here are 8 steps to help you build your own business.
Online marketing is one of the most popular ways of bringing new clients to your construction business, but it takes more than posting on a few social networking sites, throwing up a website, and sending a few email blasts. To get the most from online marketing, you need to have targeted landing pages. These pages are designed so that each one has its purpose and is optimized for that purpose. People visiting that page should know exactly what is it you’re saying and what they need to do.
With the ever-changing dynamics of the construction industry, keeping up with new trends is essential, and can help your business save money, improve operational efficiency, and ultimately expand in a competitive market. 2018 promises a multitude of new trends, specific to technological developments in the construction sector.
During the cold winter months, construction jobs are often few and far between. This can be especially true if you live in the northern part of the country where the snow and ice storms can make it impossible to even get to the job site. The holiday season also often slows down the number of jobs and the availability of your crew. Add to this that your clients whose fiscal year follows the calendar year and you have the makings of a very slow season for your business.
Regardless of the size or industry type, companies universally depend on consumers for direct business, referrals, feedback, and overall success. Customer service is imperative to businesses trying to obtain, or maintain, a loyal consumer base. When people think of the construction industry, however, customer service isn’t a primary characteristic that comes to mind.
For many of today’s entrepreneurs, skilled professionals, and aspiring students, starting a small business is the opportunity of a lifetime. If you’ve independently started your own construction company, you’ve accomplished something many people consider but never do. The high financial risks and no guarantee of success have aspired many start-ups and small organizations to team up with a business coach.