Speed and persistence are key to lead generation, but if you are not prepared for what lies ahead, quickness and tenacity won’t matter. That is because many contractors call potential clients unprepared and end up losing out on that valuable revenue.
Nonetheless, the good news is that you can easily prepare yourself for every referral call you make by answering the following nine questions. For an extra boost of confidence the next time you pick up the phone, prepare by reading through the following questions. CONTINUE READING
Following up is a key piece of lead generation. While we would like to get in contact with all our referrals on the first call, reality and stats show that is just not the case.
For all those referrals who you didn’t get in contact with or asked to be contacted next fall, summer, etc, the follow up function in the CraftJack Lead Manager will certainly ease your scheduling woes. CONTINUE READING
It’s always important to know your audience. Of course, calling everyone in your area is nearly impossible, but using a survey is a good way to paint a picture of how homeowners feel about the industry. Our friends at HomeAdvisor conducted a survey asking homeowners some basic questions about their opinions on the home improvement contracting industry. Some of the results may shock you, some may be expected, and others may change the way you engage with your next referral.
Simplicity is the key to any business, and lead generation is no different. As you may have seen in The Dos and Don’ts of Lead Generation, home improvement lead generation is different than lead generation in other industries.
In short, contractors pay to get contact information of those interested in home renovation. Now that we have a basic understanding, it’s time to simplify the CraftJack Lead Manager system even further by explaining exactly how it works and how it can help you close your next deal! CONTINUE READING