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The Complete Guide to Google My Business for Home Builders and Remodelers

It seems like there is always a new social trend to keep up with and as the world of digital marketing is ever evolving, there IS always something new to help your business succeed in the digital space. With the downfall of Google+, Google My Business has risen.

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3 Sets of Digital Marketing Metrics Your Home Building Business Can't Ignore

You may think analytics and measuring data is overwhelming, and as a home builder, you may even shy away from looking at the marketing numbers. However, the data tells a story of how you can generate more leads. Let’s take a look at a few common inbound strategies, how you can measure them, and how to create better plans in the future based on the data.

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Building Your Digital House: Internet Marketing for Builders

If you are a builder or a remodeler, you know you’ve made the case to potential homeowners about how the money they put into their homes is an investment in the future. Even the things such as good design and quality architectural plans (that don’t keep the rain out by themselves!) are critical to ensuring that they will end up with a home that meets their needs now—and into the future.

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Why Your Remodeling Business Should be on Nextdoor

Nextdoor is the social network for neighbors. But how can you use Nextdoor to leverage your business in the community?

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Growing Your Remodeling Business: The Remodeling Report That Matters

One of the great things about living in the Information Age is that there is so much information immediately available to you. If you’re a remodeler, you have instant access to more “how to grow your remodeling business” content than you can shake a tape measure at.

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