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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 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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How Remodelers Can Flatten Out Their Sales Cycles

One of the things most remodelers love most about their business and their industry is actually remodeling houses. One of the things many of them hate is the financial rollercoaster that they often find themselves on because of the busy season and the inevitable slow down. It seems that a remodeling business is either booming or it’s slow. Many remodelers wish they could flatten out that sales cycle so that it’s not always boom or bust but rather a steady stream of projects throughout the entire year.

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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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