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Cleaning and damage restoration firms are often consumed by the idea of increasing traffic to their websites. They are desperate to be on the first page of Google and they want lots of clicks to their landing pages.
Not all adjusters are created equally. Make sure you understand the market.
A twist to using the telephone to land more jobs.
Many sales representatives fail because of their lack of commitment to their sales process at one or multiple steps, from prospecting to the actual sale itself to following up.
The next Insurance Marketing Strategies workshop specifically for restoration contractors to learn how to get more work from insurance companies is coming up Thursday-Friday, December 12-13 in Tampa, FL.
People leave every day, right? “This is no big deal,” you try to tell yourself. But, inside, you feel sick. You have spent a lot of time and provided a lot of guidance to Mary, beginning the first day she started working for you.
Right in front of you are four files of “A” list customers that asked Mary for bids, but didn’t result in work. What to do? What is happening? Are you too expensive? Is Mary missing something?
In sales, it’s critical to commit to your sales process and see it all the way through to the end. This commitment will not only increase your effectiveness and efficiency in your everyday sales activities, but also result in the most important part — more sales.
How to reach your target market and land more restoration jobs.
We’re frequently asked by water damage companies, “Should I keep paying for Yellow Pages, Yelp, online lead generation and pay-per-click?”