I Solve Marketing & Sales Problems for Remodelers.
Most of the folks who invest some of their hard-earned money with me suffer from all or most of these problems:
- They stink at following up with prospects (their words, not mine!)
- Struggle with differentiating themselves (always competing on price.)
- Are chasing too many bids (not focused on who is an ideal client.)
- Waste 1/2 their marketing/advertising budget on stuff that doesn’t work (they just don’t know which half.)
- Give a new prospect a business card and that’s it (I prefer a full package of goodies for prospects.)
- Don’t stay-in-touch with their previous clients (the often overlooked “goldmine.”)
- Know they should be improving their sales skills (struggle with how to do it without being “salesy.”)
- Are passive with generating referrals and setting up strategic partnerships (I change that approach.)
- Have a website they aren’t proud of (know they need to improve it – not sure where to start.)
- Have the chronic problem of NOT getting marketing and sales improvements done (we fix that.)
That’s just scratching the surface…
There is a whole seperate batch of problems I solve related to employees, accounting/job costing, cash flow, succession planning, working with subs, etc.
Random Stuff? Nope.
While I just listed several random things above – working with me is anything but random. If I’m good at one thing – it’s organization and following the plan.
I’ve created a sharp marketing and sales system over the years that can probably benefit your remodeling business.
Take a look at the 7 Characteristics of my Ideal Client. If you nail those and relate to the items I mentioned above, I bet we’d get along pretty well.