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8 Ideas for Your Next Home Builder Blog Post

Malachi Price | Nov 5, 2019, 11:30:00 AM | Home Builder Marketing

If you’ve invested in content marketing for some time, you know how difficult it can be to brainstorm fresh, compelling ideas for blog content, post after post. In fact, there’ll be some days where you feel like you’re recycling content that you’ve previously published. To consistently improve lead conversion and grow your business, you need to consistently provide content, but also remain fresh and ahead of your industry.

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8 Stats and Takeaways from the 2019 State of Remodeler Marketing Report

We launched the first-ever State of Remodeler Marketing Report and we want to make sure you get the facts on what’s happening in the industry and how you can improve your remodeler marketing.

Download the full report to get all the info, takeaways, and insights on where you should be spending your time and money next year. Here are eight stats from the 2019 State of Home Builder Marketing Report that might have you questioning your marketing and sales practices.

 

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Builder Funnel Influences $6.4 Million in Revenue for Atlanta Remodeling Company

Copper Sky Renovations, a reputable design-build remodeling company in the bustling market of Atlanta, came to Builder Funnel in early 2017 with one explicit goal: to double their revenue. Our team shortly began to brainstorm how we could make the most significant impact with our content. In early 2018, we created several pieces of content aimed at answering one of the most critical questions in remodeling: "How Much Does This Cost?".

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Builder Funnel Announces "State of Remodeler Marketing Report"

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6 Blog Topics for Contractors & Remodelers (Plus 15 Headlines to Use)

Taylor Rennick | Sep 17, 2019, 10:08:00 AM | Content Marketing, Branding, Blogging

As a remodeler or a contractor in the home improvement industry, your clientele is always researching. Researching costs, researching designs, and most importantly, researching YOU. Your blog should adequately reflect you and your business. It should be an informative blend of topics, easily searchable and easily digested. 

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