Easily Connect all your Social Profiles to Facebook (for free)

Edit: This post was written on November 3rd, 2014. The print screens and instructions reflect Woobox’s website on that date. Instructions may be subject to change, so keep an eye out for design changes. This post will be quick and dirty because we’ve all got things to do, people to see, and homes to restore (right?). The cardinal rule of social media as a social media marketer is this : Better to have […]

 

The Results are In : Restoration Business Owners Prefer Forward Thinking Marketing Teams

Six months ago we took a poll on our ever-growing Linkedin Group, the Restoration Marketing Blog (highly recommend becoming a member *cough cough*). The question was this:  What is the #1 attribute you look for in a new marketing hire? Wonder what the winning answer was? We gave participants 5 different options all dealing with various aspects the comprise pretty valuable attributes of a solid marketing team. Options included : […]

 

5 Linkedin Restoration Networking Groups You Should Join Right Now

Let’s be honest – Linkedin is a GREAT resource for not only connecting with clients, but also connecting with competitors. *gasp* Yes, yes you read that correctly – I said connecting with competitors. We all have plenty of stuff to learn from others, and goodness knows we have learned plenty of lessons ourselves. So, now that you’re past the initial shock of actually sitting down with those you spend all […]

 

5 Websites to find Great Restoration Marketing Ideas

The best place to find great restoration marketing ideas, you ask? Obviously, I’m a little biased on this one… but, I’m woman enough to recommend some great websites to use as resources for marketing ideas in the property restoration, because, if we’re honest with ourselves, there’s no such things as too many marketing ideas, right? www.RestorationMarketingBlog.com Ok yes, that was a shameless self promotion, but let me explain – this website […]

 

The Buffer App : Post Anytime Anywhere on Anything

What do you always hear about social media? The key is… consistency. Posting around the same time every day or every other day is far more useful than posting once a month and hoping that does anything for your bottom line (I’m going to call it now and say it doesn’t do much). But when you’re running a restoration company as well as running in and out of client’s homes, property management […]

 

The Dressing Room Syndrome - A Rant.

I walked into the clothing store, they know me here. I come in often to try on an assortment of random clothes hoping they hit all the necessary body parts just right while avoiding all the “unnecessary” ones (if you know what I mean, ladies). I walked out of the dressing rooms in some flowery dress and heels towards the 360 degree mirror hoping to find the ultimate perfect outfit […]

 

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 […]