Five Simple Checks For Top Website Performance

Contractors are busy. Demolishing, building, remodeling, upgrading, crafting, and designing day in and day out. When you spend every day on the job site with dirt on your knees and blueprints in hand, you often aren’t thinking about one crucial part of your business platform—your … Continue reading >>

Am I Ready to Launch My Own Contracting Company?

How do you know when it’s time to launch your own contracting company? While this is not my usual contractor marketing blog post, I thought it would be good to write a quick article and share how I answer the question when it’s asked of me. Many people dream of starting their … Continue reading >>

Will Google Local Service Ads Replace SEO?

Google Ads

We’ve talked a lot about the importance of building up and streamlining your contracting website’s SEO. Search engine optimization helps you get found by your target clients and helps place you higher in the Google search results. Google also provides special local service ads. … Continue reading >>

Seven Important Pages for Your Contractor Website

By 2018, all contractors should have their own website. It’s your company’s home base. It’s the place to feature your best work and best reviews, and, most importantly, it’s a way to give potential customers the means to connect with you after getting to know you. But what’s … Continue reading >>

Why You Should Have a Scrolling Homepage

At my company, we build our clients’ contractor websites with long, scrolling homepages. Someone recently wondered if that was a bit cumbersome. In this article, I would like to address this issue and talk about why I believe that a scrolling homepage is the best way to build … Continue reading >>

Why You Need a “Meet the Owner” Page on Your Website

Not too long ago, I posted a picture on Instagram of one of the new websites we just launched for a contractor client. Down in the comment section, one of my clients saw the post and said, “Very nice job again. Keep it up. Keep pushing people to write a great bio too. I’ve … Continue reading >>