Category: Social Media

Overcoming video marketing objections

We all know that video can be a powerful marketing tool, but it can also seem overwhelming. Many small businesses are reluctant to tackle video marketing because they are worried about the expense, the time commitment or the learning curve for the technology. But effective video marketing is a lot easier than it was just […]

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8 steps to encouraging employees as brand advocates

It is incredibly important for every company to have “raving fans” – those customers that sing your praises to other potential clients. (Read more: Leveraging Your Customer Service Success) But an often-overlooked part of marketing success is leveraging your employees as brand advocates. Nobody knows your company better than your team and they can be […]

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Social Media Demographics

When crafting a social media strategy, one of the biggest challenges is figuring out where to spend your time and effort. The answer is going to be different for every remodeler depending on who your target client is. Once you’ve identified that target client, you can use the data out there to figure out where […]

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How often should remodelers post on social media?

In many ways, social media levels the playing field for small companies. But it can also be an amazing time-suck. Deciding when to post, how often to post, where to post … it can become overwhelming even for experts. Consider the fact that most remodelers don’t have a dedicated marketing person and it’s easy to […]

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Paid vs. Organic Social Media Growth for Remodelers

When is the right time to spend money on your social media? And when should you rely on your content to push your efforts forward? It’s not easy to figure out the best way to grow your social media reach. There are benefits and drawbacks to both organic and promoted efforts. Let’s take a look […]

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Taking a Stand in Your Social Media

For years, we’ve seen most remodelers opt to stay quiet on politics and other issues in their social media efforts. It goes to the age-old goal of many companies in their marketing: offend nobody. That has been slowly changing over the last few years, a shift that accelerated into high gear earlier this year as […]

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