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Why Should You Be Using LinkedIn?


LinkedIn allows you to organize your connections, build your online presence, and leverage common connections with people in your network … but, is it worth a construction company’s time? The short answer: yes, and take it from a successful construction management software company! Here are a few of our tips for utilizing this awesome networking platform.  […]


Tips for Running Successful Facebook Ads

Facebook Ad Tips Blog

When it comes to running advertisements on social media, many people turn to Facebook! Not only are Facebook advertisements cheap, but they are easy to track, optimizable, and you have full control over them. So, in order to stop you from throwing money away to advertise your construction company, we’ve laid out a few tips to remember […]


Improving Your Efficiency on Construction Projects

Improving Efficiency

What’s the one thing impacting your ability to deliver high quality construction projects? Your company’s efficiency. If you haven’t analyzed your processes in a while, there’s no time like the present. And not only will this help the projects that are taking place now, but it will help you submit more competitive bids in the […]


What Does Your Company’s Office Say About You?

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Have you ever thought about what type of impression your construction company’s office is making on past, present or future clients when they meet with you? Unfortunately, it’s human nature to make quick decisions about things. You’ve probably heard that about your company’s website — it only takes a few seconds for a visitor to […]


Is Your Company Delivering Great Customer Service?

Customer Service Blog

Unfortunately, when people think of construction, superior customer service isn’t the first thing they think of … but luckily, so many companies are working hard to change that. And if you feel that your customer service still needs work, this blog is for you! Quality customer service comes down to exceeding the client’s expectations, not […]


Facebook Ad Mistakes Your Company Could Be Making


Advertising on Facebook is great – it’s easy to learn and it’s easy to control your cost. But with that ease of use, comes the opportunity to make mistakes. For the best results, make sure your construction company isn’t making any of these mistakes when setting up Facebook Ads: No goals or point. If you […]


Fine Tuning Your Follow-Up

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From automated drip campaigns to generic phone messages, your follow-up could be getting too impersonal, or even a little boring. So, what’s missing? Personal, exciting interactions. To transform more leads into clients, consider the following tips : Don’t forget about those who are already interested. Getting the attention of the masses is important, but could […]


Creating Effective Customer Satisfaction Surveys

Customer Satisfaction Surveys Blog

It’s common for companies to send out surveys after a project is completed to see how they performed according to the customer. But, are you doing these surveys correctly? Here are a few tips on how to get the most out of your customer satisfaction surveys: Define your objective before you create. What are you […]


Getting the Most Out of Your Next Trade Show

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A great way to connect with prospective clients is through a trade show! Depending on what type of work you do, this might consist of just local home shows, or it might consist of expos around the country. Either way, it’s important to utilize these events to get your company more business. The real question […]


Common Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring New Employees

8 Tips for Recruiting Top Construction Talent

When it comes to the hiring process, many companies aren’t maximizing their efforts, and they don’t even realize it! If you’re struggling to find the right people, that could be due to a few common mistakes that many companies make. It’s time to make sure you’re conducting your interview process in the best way possible. […]