Construction companies don’t necessarily think to use marketing schemes to promote their businesses; the simple fact behind this reluctance is because of their ability to obtain customers through word of mouth and past experiences.
Let’s take a look at the simplicities of each.
People generally search for the best local provider’s online – here, we’re talking about construction companies. Once a search is conducted for a construction company, an online directory will pop up showing results for the immediate areas.
What can you do to make sure your company shows up on the online directories?
- Filling out all the details on an online directory form, as this will affect your ranking.
- Checking directories regularly to see where you are listed.
- Keeping information up to date.
Social Media Marketing
People want to see the personal side of your construction business, no matter how big or how small it is. That means you need to let them in, let them see you behind the scenes.
How do you do that?
- Posting consistently.
- Showing current and past projects.
- Showing workers in action.
- Considering creating Facebook and LinkedIn accounts.
Think about it this way: People want to be educated on you and what you’re doing. They don’t want to always feel pressured to buy into your business; they want to feel like it was their choice, and social media marketing can do that.
Customer Referral Program
People trust word of mouth marketing more than they trust online marketing – as stated in the beginning of this article. Customer referral programs were created to establish rapport and credibility that’s not biased.
How do you create such a system?
- Offering free products or services to existing customers to get them happy.
- Rewarding customers for their voluntary referrals.
- Creating an application for people to access remotely.