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20 Home Builder Marketing & Sales Stats in 2020

What are the new trends in home builder marketing? In order to best know how to market a construction company, it’s good to know what the other guys are doing. 

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Top Takeaways from the 2020 State of Home Builder Marketing Report

The 2020 State of Home Builder Marketing Report has arrived! We’ve pulled out our biggest takeaways from the report to give a brief overview of the biggest construction industry trends this year.

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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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Marketing for Remodelers: Images, Ideas, Insights, and Information

Malachi Price | Sep 5, 2019 7:35:00 AM | Digital Marketing for Remodelers

Content Marketing for Remodelers: Images, Ideas, Information, and Insights

You rely on your home remodeling website to help you find prospects for your remodeling business, turn them into leads, qualify them as candidates, and eventually turn them into clients. (So, ideally, your website should be a lead generation tool.) But how does that happen? What is it about your remodeling website that will attract prospects and make them stick around — and eventually turn into customers?

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What Online Marketing Metrics Should Your Remodeling Company Look At?

What Online Marketing Metrics Should Your Remodeling Company Look at?As a remodeler, you know the wisdom of the old adage, “Measure twice; cut once.” Accurate measurements are absolutely critical for good remodeling work. The same is true with your marketing efforts to promote your home remodeling business.

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