HOME SERVICES MARKETING

You do most of your work in houses. You don't need to do your marketing in-house.

HOME SERVICES MARKETING

You do most of your work in houses. You don't need to do your marketing in-house.

HOME SERVICES MARKETING

You do most of your work in houses. You don't need to do your marketing in-house.

HOME SERVICES MARKETING

You do most of your work in houses. You don't need to do your marketing in-house.

Hypothetical situation: A pipe bursts in your second floor bathroom, gushing dozens of gallon of water per minute out into the hallway until they gently cascade down your mahogany stairs and into your foyer. For the first time in your life, you need a plumber, but you don’t know how to contact one. Do you wait around until you see a television commercial for plumbing services? Do you get into your car and drive around the highway until you spot a billboard for a plumber? 

No. Of course not. This is a problem that requires immediate attention. You’re going to Google it.

Now, let’s imagine that you are not the unfortunate homeowner, and you are instead the plumber. Knowing that your prospects will most likely turn to the Internet to find plumbing services, why would you spend your marketing budget on television commercials, radio spots, billboards, or other forms of advertising that are largely ineffective and interruptive?

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When a potential customer needs a professional service for his or her home — which is typically a person’s biggest investment — they tend to do their research online before committing to a purchase. Therefore, if your business makes a good chunk of its profits from providing home services, it is in your best interest to devise a solid inbound marketing strategy.

Hypothetical situation: A pipe bursts in your second floor bathroom, gushing dozens of gallon of water per minute out into the hallway until they gently cascade down your mahogany stairs and into your foyer. For the first time in your life, you need a plumber, but you don’t know how to contact one. Do you wait around until you see a television commercial for plumbing services? Do you get into your car and drive around the highway until you spot a billboard for a plumber? 

No. Of course not. This is a problem that requires immediate attention. You’re going to Google it.

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Now, let’s imagine that you are not the unfortunate homeowner, and you are instead the plumber. Knowing that your prospects will most likely turn to the Internet to find plumbing services, why would you spend your marketing budget on television commercials, radio spots, billboards, or other forms of advertising that are largely ineffective and interruptive?

When a potential customer needs a professional service for his or her home — which is typically a person’s biggest investment — they tend to do their research online before committing to a purchase. Therefore, if your business makes a good chunk of its profits from providing home services, it is in your best interest to devise a solid inbound marketing strategy.

Hypothetical situation: A pipe bursts in your second floor bathroom, gushing dozens of gallon of water per minute out into the hallway until they gently cascade down your mahogany stairs and into your foyer. For the first time in your life, you need a plumber, but you don’t know how to contact one. Do you wait around until you see a television commercial for plumbing services? Do you get into your car and drive around the highway until you spot a billboard for a plumber? 

No. Of course not. This is a problem that requires immediate attention. You’re going to Google it.

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Now, let’s imagine that you are not the unfortunate homeowner, and you are instead the plumber. Knowing that your prospects will most likely turn to the Internet to find plumbing services, why would you spend your marketing budget on television commercials, radio spots, billboards, or other forms of advertising that are largely ineffective and interruptive?

When a potential customer needs a professional service for his or her home — which is typically a person’s biggest investment — they tend to do their research online before committing to a purchase. Therefore, if your business makes a good chunk of its profits from providing home services, it is in your best interest to devise a solid inbound marketing strategy.

Inbound marketing is a marketing method that focuses on making your business visible to Internet users by boosting your search engine rankings, strategically implementing the proper social media channels, and establishing yourself as a trusted resource in your industry. Rather than persistently pushing your products and services to an unreceptive audience, inbound draws consumers to your website by providing information they find valuable. This information can take the form of blog posts, social media, e-newsletters, and e-books.

Obviously, plumbing isn’t the only industry that can benefit from a quality inbound marketing strategy.

Other inbound marketing candidates in the home services industry include:

Lawn care
HVAC
Landscaping
Pest control
And probably a whole lot more

we haven’t thought of.

Inbound marketing is a marketing method that focuses on making your business visible to Internet users by boosting your search engine rankings, strategically implementing the proper social media channels, and establishing yourself as a trusted resource in your industry. Rather than persistently pushing your products and services to an unreceptive audience, inbound draws consumers to your website by providing information they find valuable. This information can take the form of blog posts, social media, e-newsletters, and e-books.

Obviously, plumbing isn’t the only industry that can benefit from a quality inbound marketing strategy. Other inbound marketing candidates in the home services industry include:

Lawn care
HVAC
Landscaping
Pest control
And probably a whole lot more

we haven’t thought of.

Inbound marketing is a marketing method that focuses on making your business visible to Internet users by boosting your search engine rankings, strategically implementing the proper social media channels, and establishing yourself as a trusted resource in your industry. Rather than persistently pushing your products and services to an unreceptive audience, inbound draws consumers to your website by providing information they find valuable. This information can take the form of blog posts, social media, e-newsletters, and e-books.

Obviously, plumbing isn’t the only industry that can benefit from a quality inbound marketing strategy. Other inbound marketing candidates in the home services industry include:

Lawn care
HVAC
Landscaping
Pest control
And probably a whole lot more

we haven’t thought of.

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AGENCY H has many years of experience with home services marketing. If you’d like to find out if inbound marketing can help boost revenue for your business, contact AGENCY H today for a free marketing assessment.

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AGENCY H has many years of experience with home services marketing. If you’d like to find out if inbound marketing can help boost revenue for your business, contact AGENCY H today for a free marketing assessment.