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Archive for April, 2016

Have You Ever Flown a Profit Simulator?

Have You Ever Flown a Profit Simulator?

You don’t need a huge transformation in your remodeling business to see a huge transformation in the results you achieve. In fact, improving productivity and efficiency by only a few percentage points can rock your business world—in a good way. This is what we demonstrate to remodelers the first time they work with us, either…

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Hiring? Get Creative and Attract the Best Talent

  length 4:35 (not including bonus content) This week’s episode of PowerTips TV is inspired by Dale Brenke, President of Schmidt Siding & Window in Makato, Minnesota. Dale has an excellent strategy for building a strong team. He put’s out some ultra-creative ads to attract the right talent. So if hiring has been a struggle for…

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How Remodelers Can Create a Killer Open House Campaign

What’s better than a job well done? A remodeling job that brings in more referrals. A common way to grow business is by hosting an Open House. Though there are some tried-and-true elements (yard signs, door flyers, anyone?), there’s a big opportunity that a lot of people overlook: and that’s integrating on-the-ground efforts with online…

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SEO for Remodelers: Explained in 3 Easy Steps

SEO for Remodelers: Explained in 3 Easy Steps

I’m going to preface this post by saying that SEO has become an extremely complex practice. MOZ details out their list of SEO factors and how they correlate in their detailed survey each year. Here are the 2015 results. Others say there are 200 factors that Google looks at. So how is a remodeler (not…

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