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3 Ways You Haven't Thought to Use Facebook Yet to Promote Your Homebuilder Business

Facebook is one of the quickest growing social tools for business of all sizes.  The well-known social network quickly and easily connects businesses to the masses, and vice versa.  While the strategy around reaching a wide audience changes at break neck paces with social media in general, here are a few tried and true methods for reaching your target audience that you may not have thought of yet.

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1 Simple Formula for Website Lead Generation for Remodelers

There are times when trying to figure out how to use your website to generate qualified leads can feel overwhelming. While there are a number of “moving parts” in the process, we’d like to simplify the equation for you.

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Does Your Remodeling Business Have a Process for Qualifying Interested Prospects?

If you’ve been in the home remodeling business for a while you know that not everyone looking for a remodeler is a good fit for you. Some “prospects” really aren’t prospects at all.

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How Remodelers Can Flatten Out Their Sales Cycles

One of the things most remodelers love most about their industry is actually remodeling houses. One of the things many of them hate is the financial rollercoaster that they often find themselves on. It seems that 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.

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3 Marketing Strategies Remodelers Can Use With Past Clients

If you’re a remodeler, you’re probably looking for new ways to win new business. But what if that new business could come from a source that already knows and trusts you? What if your new business came from “old” clients?

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