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Our PRIME advisory panel includes some of the remodeling industry’s best marketers. This month we asked about their No. 1 marketing tactic or strategy. Here are the top three responses.
If you take some inventory of your team, it will help you understand the great factor.
The 40 young AEC professionals featured represent the Class of 2012 in Professional Remodeler’s “40 Under 40” competition.
In home building, the team counts on the performance of each individual to deliver the “big win,” which is a happy customer.
Five builders on the rise share the secrets to their recent success and their strategies for growth in 2013 and beyond.
Marketing is a numbers game. The more people you can talk with, the more work you will sell.
Here are five more for your summer reading list.
As the housing market picks up, builders have to figure out how to rebuild their businesses without having to staff up. Consultant Charles Schneider offers ideas for expanding without breaking the...
We often think of growth strictly as an increase in top-line sales, number of projects, or number of team members. But there’s much more to it, writes business coach Mark Richardson.
By tracking, managing, and ultimately minimizing jobsite waste, home builders can save as much as $1,000 per house. Scott Sedam offers proven steps for getting there.
Long Island remodeling firm loses office to fire but comes back stronger
Tips for creating a winning Facebook page
7 tweets that work ... and why
Quality management guru Scott Sedam outlines proven processes for getting your field quality in order.
The economy has presented many challenges, but it also has presented opportunities for people who are up for it.
Companies that are successfully leveraging social marketing
to improve their businesses
Leading demographers say a major shift is occurring in the U.S. population, and home builders should take note.
A key area of business that many builders fail to master is strategic relationships. Mark Richardson offers tips for leveraging those around you to improve your business.
Stop looking out and start looking inside at how you are showing up, how your business culture is, how your employees are showing up in your clients’ homes.
The recovering housing market has left many builders short-staffed, and field quality is suffering. Here are 10 best practices for improving field quality.