What to Look for in your Marketing New Hire

Ok, let me start off with this disclaimer : If you’re on the RestorationMarketingBlog.com because you want to do your own marketing, awesome. This post isn’t for you (although I highly commend your efforts here). But since you’re on the Restoration Marketing Blog already, why not go check out some other cool articles. Now back to what I was saying – What to Look For in Your New Marketing Employee Some of this […]

 

The Importance of a Yelp Review

“Angered by what she thought was shoddy work on her home, Fairfax resident Jane Perez did what has become the go-to form of retail vengeance in the Internet age: She logged on to Yelp and posted scathing reviews of the D.C. firm that did the job. Perez ticked off a list of accusations, including damage to her home, an invoice for work the contractor did not perform and jewelry that […]

 

The Blank Billboard (a comparison by Katya Andresen)

Happy Friday Free-for-All! The point at which the restoration blog gets to post something completely random that pertains to the restoration marketing industry! I was reading an article post by Katya Andresen via Linkedin today. Katya works as the COO and CSO at Network for Good in Washington D.C.. Restoration company? No – but the principles she brings up in her article run far beyond her philanthropic tech start-up. Featured in […]