Google +1 Button-  How This is Going to Impact Your Business You may have noticed a new button popping up all over the internet, right next to the Facebook “like” button and the Twitter button…  so what is it?   Google recently rolled out their answer to Facebook’s like button in the form of the Google +1 button.   In some ways... More
Posted by admin on Aug 30, 2011

Why Every Construction Business Should Know What 'Angie's List' Is Have you ever heard of Angie’s List?  I am sure some of you have, and some of you may have even used it for your own personal use.   If you don’t know what it is, you might be missing out on one of the best lead sources and potentially most damaging social media outlets on the... More
Posted by admin on Nov 14, 2010

Construction Business Case Study: How 3 Companies Are Taking Different Approaches to Grow Their Businesses Over the past couple of weeks I started surveying random businesses in the construction industry to find out how they were holding up in the current state of the economy, and what they were doing that was allowing them to stay afloat while a large number of construction companies have been filing... More
Posted by admin on Nov 08, 2010

Facebook Versus LinkedIn-  Which Social Networking Site Is Better For Your Construction Business? For some people reading this, social networking may be a foreign concept, especially in the construction industry. How could blogging, tweeting, or posting possibly help a construction business? Believe it or not, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Youtube and all of the other social networking and... More
Posted by admin on Nov 03, 2010

Construction Marketing on a Shoe String Budget While marketing, promotional and advertising activities are important to continue generating business prospects, as a business owner you have other issues to focus on and other areas of your operation where you must focus your financial resources. But there’s good news. There are several low-cost... More
Posted by admin on Oct 11, 2010

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