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.
There are a multitude of components that determine where a company’s website will fall on a search engine results inventory. Optimizing your website’s rank can increase viewers and ultimately attract potential customers.
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.
Recent statistics show that housing demands are on the rise. Analysts expect positive employment gains, better finances, and attractive interest rates to push more buyers into the market. If you were thinking about expanding your small building company, then this is an excellent opportunity to achieve the growth you set for your business.
You may be a small business, but your ambitions are anything but that. You want to help people solve a problem they’re facing and improve their lives. You want to accelerate your growth but not by being overly aggressive but through adding value. Still, how can you compete with the big wolves in the industry and grow your customer base?
Whether you’re a landscaper, a small business coach or a law firm, here are five clever lead generation tactics.