Category: Print Marketing

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How to Increase Quality Leads as a Home Remodeler

If you’re a contractor, home builder, or remodeler and you are not getting the leads you want, the solutions may surprise you. The service you provide is specialized and requires a high level of trust from your potential clients.

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A Niche Marketing Company Knows Remodeling and Building

Why is a niche marketing company preferable to a general marketing company? We know your industry. Our team has a combination of almost 60 years’ experience marketing for remodelers and home builders.

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Remodelers and Builders Need Content Marketing

Potential clients spend more time researching products and services than ever before. After all, a simple voice search with a Smartphone sends a homeowner to a virtually bottomless collection of blogs, articles, and websites. What makes your business stand out? High quality content that provides value to potential clients.

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Building Your Company’s Email List: Dos & Don’ts

Keeping in touch with special offers, informative blogs, e-news, or long-form, information-based assets (such as e-books, webinars, or tools) helps build a trusting relationship with those on your email list.

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Print is Not Only Still Viable, but a Marketing Powerhouse

Here at RT Marketing, Inc., we offer many services, and our print newsletter is a service that makes us proud. Yet in today’s tech-driven world of smartphones and apps, some people are skeptical about using it as a part of their marketing strategy. We understand the caution around investing in print to promote your services; […]

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What Will Your Customers Remember Most?

People may better remember what they read in print marketing about your remodeling company than what they read electronically. Could that be the case?

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