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250 of America's Biggest Home Builders on Social Media: Facebook, Twitter, and Houzz

Spencer Powell | Nov 27, 2018 10:57:07 AM | Social Media Marketing

Social media is becoming more and more important for home builders.  These channels are a great way to engage your audience, exposure your brand and more importantly: drive website traffic.  We’ve compiled social networks for 250 of the biggest home builders in the country based on Professional Builder’s list here.

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Making Social Media Work for Your Remodeling Business

Trying to maintain a presence on every social network would result in very little remodeling getting done. Concentrating on just one or two social networks, however, and building a good community within them is better than spreading yourself too thin across them all. 

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Understanding How the Homebuilder Sales Funnel Works

When you learn to create a sales funnel, you’re better able to generate the types of content that speaks to potential customers at all stages of the buyer’s journey. In the beginning, it’s important to realize that sales funnels aren’t watertight. They have multiple entry and exit points, and not all visitors start at the top.

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Three Ways You Haven't Thought to Use Facebook Yet to Promote Your Home Builder 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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Instagram Marketing 101 for Remodelers [Plus: How to Get Started]

Remodeling is a very visual business. I’m not talking about from your perspective as a remodeler—I’m talking about from your prospective clients’ point of view. Let’s face it, you probably have very few potential clients come to you with a set of drawings saying, “Please build this for me!”

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