5 Ways to Introduce Social Media to Your Contracting Business

Don’t worry, it’s won’t bite…but it may poke.  Jumping into the world of social media can seem like a heavy burden for anyone busy with lots of work already on their hands.  However, sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have become a legitimate means for advertising one’s business and can be incredibly beneficial – all without dropping a dime.  Here are some ways you can harness the super powers of the interweb.

Big Jobs vs Small Jobs

When it comes to taking on new work, some contractors only want to do big jobs while other prefer smaller jobs. Larger companies may feel that they are too big to deal with small jobs, and that may be true typically, but lets discuss the matter.

LocalPainterQuotes.com Has Now Merged with CraftJack

We are excited to announce that as of today one of our services, LocalPainterQuotes.com, has merged into CraftJack. If you have a LocalPainterquotes.com account, click here to read the announcement and transfer your account.

If you do not have a LocalPainterQuotes.com account or a CraftJack account you can click here to learn more.

Announcing Our New Custom Profile Pages

We are excited to announce the launch of our new custom profile pages for contractors. This new feature will allow contractors to differentiate themselves to homeowners and showcase their work, promotions, and other company information. Click here to see what a sample profile looks like.

Here is a demo video that shows how to set up your CraftJack profile: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvIgmjk9kZo

5 Ways To Use Twitter For Your Contracting Business

Twitter isn’t just a fad anymore and it’s not going away anytime soon, so stop avoiding it and get on the train! Here are five ways you can use Twitter to help your contracting business.

It’s The Small Things: How To Stand Out To Homeowners

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So, you set an appointment to estimate a project and are planning to go bid the work. Trouble is, so are other contractors on the very same job. What makes you different from the others? You do good work, use top-of-the-line materials, regularly maintain your equipment. But the homeowner doesn’t know that. You have great hair, they’ll probably see that but it’s not always a selling point.

Here are some ideas that will win you Brownie Points helping you stand out from the others and put some extra clams in your pocket:

Four Ways To Improve Your Follow-Up Process

Let’s face it, when it comes to following up with leads, not all contractors are as diligent as they should be. Often times contractors loose jobs to other contractors with stronger follow-up processes, throwing away thousands of dollars of potential revenue.

Here are four ways contractors can improve their follow-up process to schedule more estimates and close more leads:

Hello world!

Welcome to our new blog. We hope to provide contractors with marketing tips to help them increase sales and close more jobs. Stay tuned for more posts!